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Story Games

What's a story game? It's a game in which you make up a story with other players, in a structured yet partially-improvised way, usually with some random elements in the form of dice or cards.


A few of the story games around are listed here. Click on their titles to find out a bit more about them.

My Life with Master


The life of a minion is a hard one.


The horrific things you do make it difficult to feel good about yourself.


If only someone loved you....

Under the Bed


The stuffed animals, toy trucks and action figures of your childhood did more for you than you remember. They were your guardians, advocates and friends, putting their lives on the line for you.


Do you have what it takes to be a toy?

It Was a Mutual Decision

Whose fault was it? Anyone's? Who's the bad guy (or gal)? Either? Both?


Is my lover really an inhuman, pest-ridden, murderous, shape-changing monster?


Don't pretend you never asked those questions.


Breaking up isn't hard to do—but staying alive and sane might be a problem.

The Shab-al-Hiri Roach


The Shab-al-Hiri Roach is a dark comedy of manners, lampooning academia and asking players to answer a difficult question - are you willing to swallow a soul-eating telepathic insect bent on destroying human civilization?




Even if it will get you tenure?

The Princes' Kingdom


You are nine years old. Your brothers just got you a puppy for your birthday. The three of you are seeing the world from your very own boat. You are the sons of the King of Islandia!


And only you three can stop the war.


A game about children, adults, and ideals.

A Thousand and One Nights


Mysterious strangers. Beautiful women. Enchanted swords. Talking camels. You play members of the Sultan's Court, whiling away the sultry nights by telling pointed stories to advance your own ambitions. Navigate the social maze and you could win your heart's desire; offend the wrong person and you suffer the Sultan's wrath.



A game of blood and sweat, pain and hope.


Can your fighter build the hope and confidence necessary to become a true champion?


Or is he destined to be dragged down into a sea of pain and despair?

Nicotine Girls


Hold on to your dreams....


A game about teenage, lower-income girls looking for happiness.

Primetime Adventures


Play the greatest show that never was. Brainstorm, script and act your best ideas for TV shows that should be.

Wuthering Heights


A game of romantic melodrama and things blowing in the wind.



It is late summer in Puteoli, south of Rome, 61 A.D., when the city finds itself unexpectedly playing host to the god Bacchus. Caught up in the madness of wine, the citizens throw off their togas and mingle as equals with slaves and foreigners in a debased fervor. And your own plans for a hasty departure are lost to this decadence that separates you from the companion with whom you would travel.

Steal Away Jordan


You are a slave. Your name is not yours. Your children, your lover, your siblings are not yours. Your story is yours. Your story is our story.



A game about war.


carry centres on the story of a squad of Marines in the Vietnam war, and how the issues they bring with them into the jungle contribute to the squad's dissolution.



Shock: Social Science Fiction is the game of culture and future shock.

Dead of Night


Dead of Night: the Little Book of Horrors is based on b-movie horror, slasher flicks and campfire tales of things that go bump in the night. Small enough to keep in your pocket, scary enough to keep you awake.



In the war of shadows, truth is a weapon and trust is the core of betrayal.


Who pays the price for a spy's loyalty?


When does he decide that the price is too high?

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