The Great American Witch is a modern gothic tabletop roleplaying game about the secret world of witches in America and the supernatural threats working to destroy them.
Built on Christopher Grey's award-nominated RPG framework The Great American Novel, the game focuses on powerful witches who use ancient magic drawn from the feminine forces of creation. They struggle to balance their everyday... [click here for more]
Nominated for the 2018 ENnies Product of the Year, The Happiest Apocalypse on Earth is set in a fictional theme park called Mouse Park. Its special blend of satire and horror takes collaborative storytelling to the brink, where players can take on the role of guests or staff in a theme park that barely masks a terrible horror lurking beneath.
What horror Mouse Park brings is up to you—the... [click here for more]
Head back to the video libraries of the decade that taste forgot in these two thrilling, ghoulish Monster of the Week mysteries inspired by classic 80s splatterfests Hellraiser and Halloween 3: Season of the Witch! Fight demon nuns, reanimated serial killers, robot tech-bros and regular old incels, and maybe try and save a game that totally isn't Fornite. ... [click here for more]
The Great American Novel, A Roleplaying Game is a collaborative storytelling tabletop roleplaying game for 3 to 6 players that uses character-driven game play to create a literary experience for a variety of settings and genres.
The Great American Novel has three specific criteria for every Novel to create an experience resembling some of the best American literature:... [click here for more]
Lovesick is a psychological horror game focusing on desperate, unstable romantics--and with a very unique twist. Your group will play as the obsessive, dangerous, and painfully sincere main characters in a story of doomed courtship and warped romance.
Genresick is a supplement expanding Lovesick's intense, emotional gameplay into six new premises, providing original and unique settings, completely... [click here for more]