Larps

Helga & Tamuz (2012, Interactivities Ink)

  • By Mike Young

I wrote this scenario to try to test the boundaries of what people think LARP is. It was influenced by the Jeepform larps. Read the first larp and ask yourself if it is LARP. Then read the second and ask the same question. And then ask yourself why you had two different answers.

High Crimes and Misdemeanors (Gordon Olmstead-Dean)

  • By Gordon Olmstead-Dean
    • 6 - 18 players
    • 4 hours

High Crimes and Misdemeanors

5:55 AM EDT - The Drudge Report releases a rumor that seated President James Kent recently conducted an affair with a prominent Hollywood actress. Kent is currently in Mexico, and is scheduled to appear in San Francisco at an ASNE Luncheon and is already enroute.

3:50 PM EDT - In a Rayburn Building Press Conference following a House Judiciary Committee... (read more)

It all started when Moses Claus (of Chrismukkah) and Chanukah Harry hatched a plan. All of the winter holidays live in the shadow of Christmas, but Moses Claus saw which way the wind was blowing. It would be better to try to get a part of the psychic real estate by joining forces into a several month long holiday called Holiday Season.

So, he worked with Chanukah Harry to call a meeting of all the... (read more)

Humans vs. Monsters: Diplomacy (2003, Interactivities Ink)

  • By Mike Young
    • 6 players

The monsters in the forest are tired of the humans hunting them, killing them, and stealing their treasure. They have sued for peace. This is a hilarious game of diplomacy and negotiations for up to six players and 1 GM.

We are including two versions of the game for download. The RTLB game uses the RTLB system to resolve conflicts. The systemless game is for players who want a game of... (read more)

I was a Teenage Mutant from Outer Space (1997, John Corrado, Jr.)

  • By John Corrado, Jr.
    • 36 players

Take all of the great 50's B-movies like "I Was A Teenage Werewolf," "It Came From Above," "Assault on Party Beach," and even worse fare, and place in a blender. Puree for 15 minutes. Pour the mixture (colloquially known as "schlock") into a bowl. Add large sprinkles of angst, romance, and actual horror. Bake in the feverish mind of... (read more)

IMPRESSMENT! (2003, Alleged Entertainment)

It is the age of exploration. Battling navies roamed the high seas, looking for trouble and unaffiliated seamen.

Don’t look at me like that. I said “seamen,” not “semen.”

“IMPRESSMENT!” is a game of stealth recruitment into four rival navies. You could be pressed into service by:

  • Captain Jack’s Navy!
  • The Queen’s Navy!
  • The Old Navy!
  • LeChuck’s Ghost Zombie Demon Pirate Crew!

Tetrana is a small but ancient and prosperous kingdom. Its most distinctive feature is its strong caste system, which divides every individual into a rigid caste based on affinity to one of the four elements: Air, Fire, Water, or Earth. Each caste has rigidly defined roles and a strict place in the social hierarchy.

Most unusually, however, every 100 years a mystical Convergence of the four... (read more)

In the Jungle (2007, Alleged Entertainment)

Wandering dreamers
Cracked out screamers
No longer working working-poor
Washed-up dried out high class whore
Toasting fortune, that bloody liar
Camped around the jungle fire

Misty got some coffee. Rich got some stew bones. There’s an onion, a carrot, a handful of barley, and, of course, a splash of wine. Tonight, we feast! Then the flasks pass around and everyone has a story to tell.

Here’s the... (read more)

This game was written at a party given by Eric and Christine Smith. It was just after the movie Mummy hit the theaters and I was pigeonholed by several different people all telling me about the same scene. It seems that there was a scene in which a group of people got together to discuss a problem and it was revealed that they were all working for... (read more)

MENKS is a combat resolution system that works best for cinematic or silly games. The combatants play cards with various sound effects, attemping to be the last to play a card. The sound effects must be said aloud, of course.

Hey! MENKS is now available for sale at The Game Crafter. Buy it there and save yourself the trouble of printing it out. Also the cards there... (read more)