DayTrippers - Surreal Science Fiction Roleplaying

Calling all DayTrippers! The DayTrippers core rules set is now available on RPGnow and Scribd. All The Realities await you!

"In some sun-bleached barn outside Sacramento, CA circa 2099, a group of physicists, shady g-men, grad-students, tourists and an array of amateur explorers and nü-gonzo-revivalist writer-dudes gather around a collection of strange vehicles that resemble lunar landers. Each is painted a garish colour and prepped to "slip" into a crazy new plane of existence."

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The Devil's RPG Dictionary

The Devil's RPG Dictionary was the second in my "Too Far?" series at story-games.com.

A tongue-in-cheek exercise designed to encourage bonding and alleviate boredom, the project is still ongoing and new submissions are always welcome. Project contributors include... oh, numerous people, some of whom you may know.

The current edition of the DRPGD can be downloaded here.

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ScenePlay enters Beta Testing

ScenePlay is a card-based collaborative narrative game that creates movie and tv stories. It's one of my latest obsessions.

ScenePlay Version 0.13 is a beta test document, which has been released to all members of the As If Collective for edification, playtesting and feedback.

Join the Collective for access to playtest documents and Patron-Only content.

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DayTrippers Source Rules Released under Creative Commons

The DayTrippers core rules have been collected into a "source document" which is available in text-only format to facilitate reuse and derivation. These Source Rules are released under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License (Cc By 3.0)

Right here.

Now go forth and make some trippy stuff!

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Tell me that's a lie - A game in the form of a Villanelle

Inspired by a post by Ben Lehman, "TELL ME THAT'S A LIE" is a one-page storygame for two people, which uses the flip of a coin to tell a story in three acts. Available in PDF format on RPGnow.com, it's my shortest game yet!

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The Difference between Narrative and Story

The words "Narrative" and "Story" are often used interchangeably, but they are not synonymous.

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