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Mushroom Kingdom Stories

November 2, 2011

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I wrote a draft for a game called “Mushroom Kingdom Stories” for Jonathan Walton’s Stage One design invitational. Per the rules of the invitational, it’s short, a mere two pages, one of which is taken up almost entirely by a random table that you roll dice onto. Read it here. I had to squeeze it […]

11

September 11, 2011

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A 7-minute story game of speculative history For this game, you’ll need: 3 people 3 notecards and pencils A timer In this game, you play the 3-man crew that hijacked American Airlines Flight 11 on Sept. 11th. You are already deep in the midst of your mission to slam the plane into the north tower […]

Enola Gay

September 9, 2011

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A 7-minute story game of speculative history For this game, you’ll need: 3 people 3 notecards and pencils A timer In this game, you play the 3-man crew of the Enola Gay, deep in the midst of your mission to drop the Atom bomb on Hiroshima. The game will last 7 minutes, and at the […]

I’m Making Games…

June 22, 2011

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At least lately, I am. I picked up Gunner Rex again, the brainchild of Jake Richmond, and a game about fighting with giant Dinosaur Mechs in prehistory. It’s kind of an ambitious design for me, and I quickly got distracted by other things: -A game trying to do My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic justice […]

Wal-Mart Ball

November 15, 2010

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  In the shiny happy future of the 41st Millennium, “football” will still be played. It will be played for the glory and honor of the Holy Imperium of Wal-Mart (along with subsidiaries: Wal-Mart Disney, Wal-Mart McDonald’s, Wal-Mart Google, and Ma’s Old-Fashioned Wal-Mart General Stores/Genocide Factories). The rules are the same as the football you […]