The Gaming Shelf Embraces the Violence of Gubat Banwa


You are a group of Dollys in a pinktastic plastic world who bought a Dolly Dream House to move in there together… Dolly, We Bought a Dream House is a GM-less one-shot story game for 2-6 players. It needs zero prep and is perfect for one-shots and great for adults and kids alike. Just gather some dice, get something to write/draw, open the zine/PDF and start playing!

Detect Or Die is a tabletop RPG of neo-noir empiricism, unstable detectives, and total ego death & resurrection, heavily inspired by Disco Elysium and Bluebeard’s Bride. The Detective players each take the role of a part of the Detective’s mind, in conversation with the GM who acts as the World—the Case, the other characters, and the Detective’s own inescapable past. Uses a heavily modified version of Powered by the Apocalypse, with novel systems for the combined Detective’s abilities as well as recovering memories, using flashbacks created by both the Detective and the World.

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Hook, line, & cyber is a zero prep GMless cyberpunk one shot using Go Fish & generative tables to play out a series of neon-tinged crimes, for group or solo play. Describe dastardly neon-tinged montages while leaning on mechanics you’ve known like your entire life & a vast array of generative tables to slide you effortlessly into playing out the chaotic professional lives of shadowrunners, bounty hunters, or some other type of high tech dystopic gig economy adjacent freelance criminals for hire.

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You’re a cryptid. Make it through a school day without being outed. What’s Popping, Fellow Kids? is a 1-page duet TTRPG that lets adults finally get answer to the question, “So how’s school?”

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Constellation is a beautiful hardcover anthology containing zines from 12 independent creators. Packed with action, horror, and intimate emotional experiences, this book includes new adventure settings and games for one, two, or more players. Curated by Sebastian Yūe.

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A light, diceless system about a horde of zombies trying to make sense of a world that hates them for being sick.

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The latest chapter in the series Solo Adventures in the Underdark, The Lost Hammer of Stonefront pits the PC against challenging hordes of undead on a quest to redeem a dwarven clan. For a solo 4th level D&D 5E player or player and DM.

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Dystopian entertainment. Expendable reality stars. Convicted criminals who will stop at nothing to survive. Now broadcast live 24/7 from the Fearsome Wilderness!

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The Lost Bay is a suburban horror tabletop RPG set in alternate 90s. The Lost Bay is also the name of the setting where the game takes place: a coastal suburb inspired by films and media from the 80s and 90s. In it you play as a young person touched by the Weird, an ancient force that gives you supernatural powers and consumes you. It’s the Summer of Blood, the last summer, and you roam the Bay with your gang, its malls, arcade games shops, skateparks and beaches, and fight the Horror that has awakened.

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Elements of Procedure is a tabletop roleplaying game for 3 to 4 players, with a narrator to guide them along. Hailing from all over time, far away and long ago, players will create and play as an Operative, a human who gave up their humanity, joining the timeless and becoming interdimensional to take on this immortal task; who arrives in some time and to some place, to investigate these breaks and work to get time back on course.

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VKILLER is a short horror-comedy TTRPG about VTubers and other streamers getting caught up in murders at an incredibly poorly-managed streamer con.

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Cloud Empress is an expansive, Nausicaa-inspired fantasy campaign setting for the Mothership Sci-Fi Horror RPG. Cloud Empress places you in a world ruled by the patterns of giant magical cicadas.

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Mutants in the Next is the first expansion for Mutants in the Now, the retro-modern, mutant-animal, role-playing game! Act as heroic vigilantes against corporations, criminals, and extradimensional invaders in an exaggerated modern-day setting. While they can find themselves at odds with other mutants, the overall focus is on facing down oppressive and exploitative forces seeking to use them.

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Death Sentence is a horror TTRPG for tense one-shots in the vein of the best slasher movies. In it, roleplay and *rollplay* are seamlessly integrated for cinematic pacing and heart-pounding action! The action resolution system is simple: roll a bunch of d6s and count your successes.


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