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Space Goblins!View project page

A Game of Cosmic Goblin Mayhem
Submitted by Viditya Voleti (@vidityavoleti) — 33 minutes, 40 seconds before the deadline
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Ranked from 15 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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This took me right back to my Warhammer/40K days of hooligan greenskins causing all sorts of mayhem! Tonally, this is perfect and every single aspect of the game points right toward the riotous themes at the heart of the game.

You've introduced some really clever rules techniques. Others have mentioned the shifting GM, but seriously, it's great tech and I'd love to see more games that shift between GMed and GMless like this does.

I'd love to see a version of this with a layout that brought the text to life!


This is amazing! I love the rotating GM aspect and that this game is two-player. Definitely printed this one out to play on a game night. 


This is like an annoying  random encounter thru space transit that got flipped, and instead you (players) are now the annoying encounter to other people's space transit! And a robust ship generator! 

This feels like a cool supplement for an adventure to Junktopia! 


I really, really dig the way this game handles pitching narrative control between players between Crashing and Boarding, and I'm a sucker for any game that imposes a firm sequence of play. I'm really impressed by how this game manages to evoke such a strong sense of delightful chaos while still being fundamentally very organized in its handling of the rules.


This is so flavorful and delicious and has some really cool innovations I love! The shared HP (teethiness!), the defined phases, the shared referee responsibilities, the predetermined length, the tables for crashing into ships, the downtime mechanic, the fact that you could basically play versions of this and score your Goblins' adventures to see how much junk each crew brings in - all phenomenal!

I'd love to see another version of this as like a proper little zine with spreads and character sheets! This is amazingly good!