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I know a lot of folks also use "analog games" as an umbrella term for board game, card games, tabletop RPGs, and larps. I think the thing that makes larps look like a smaller community is that there aren't huge companies that folks are creating supplemental materials for, or well known systems being hacked by various folks. I think the content that is being created by larp communities would fit in really well here, and it would be awkward/unintuitive to not include it in the category.

I've never heard of "analog games" - it makes sense - as opposite to digital games - but it doesn't seem a popular term.