A free one-page game! Madness and Desire is based on John Harper’s Lasers and Feelings. Have you ever wonder what being on a TV dating show would be like? Have you ever wondered what that show would be like if you were trying to find love in the tentacles of an Elder God? Madness and Desire gives you the chance to find out!
Contestants might stand awkwardly in the driveway, race to find a bed, summon something from beyond the void, or even play a rousing game of Drunk Surgeon. Whatever it takes to get some 1 on 1 time with the Elder bachelor.
Remember, even Cthulhu needs a soulmate.
Letters in the Gloom is a multiplayer roleplaying game about souls locked apart while desperately seeking connection through letters. The writers create and receive letters which are sent into the Gloom, theorizing about what the Gloom is, talking about the past, their hopes, and their fears. The Gloom receives and sends letters, sometimes creating them itself, to add to a creepy atmosphere of being watched by an unknown entity.
Savior is a voice recording and journaling experience for one traveller set within the limits of space and communities living within the vast galaxies. Travellers enter communities, experience their wonders, and try to help prevent the fall of them from systemic and community issues.
you are beautiful is an affirming experience for two. Each person bears witness to the other as they each tell their own confessions of discomfort, shame, guilt, fear, or worry. This gentle experience is designed to offer vulnerability and care from each experiencer.
Remember Me is a two player game exploring the role of memory in our identities, specifically the memories others have of us. Players take on the roles of two people who have and may still care deeply for one another, who describe the other through a memory. They listen, ask questions, and fully flesh out the memory before the listener decides if they believe their companion and integrate the memory, or if they reject it.
Others is a one-player game for exploring the world of those we see as different than ourselves. The game encourages us to look at people we see as different from us and ask questions about them. This one-player experience will not ask us to directly engage with the Others, only to look at them.
Based on research and studies on how we perceive others, and how we value people like ourselves, Others is a series of exercises designed to help us humanize each other. It is a simple, accessible exercise.