That's a very good question. Ideally, I'd love to find a system where everyone can just post photos, so they can draw on paper and then just take a picture with their phones or computers. Honestly, the best way might even be to run a game on a forum or messaging service, so you could just scroll through the replies. I think Skype chat would probably work.
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Awesome! I'm traveling for work the next couple of weeks, but I'd like to set something up when I get back. Will contact you when I do. (And feel free to organize your own game too! I'd love to see how the game goes when players who aren't familiar with it run it)
Hi everyone! I'm Adam. Pronouns are he/him. I started playing RPGs as a tween in the early aughts (D&D, Shadowrun, and some informal play-by-post), then took about 15 years off to pursue other interests before getting into writing them as a creative outlet a few months ago. I've written six short games so far (check them out at http://adnroy.itch.io) . I'm trying out different genres and consider myself a novice, but I'm especially interested in writing the kind of horror games that I'd like to play.
Find me on twitter at @adnroy. (Be forewarned: I write about outdoor sports and the environment for my job, so along with the game design tweets, there are a lot of rants about hiking/the national parks/global warming and mass extinction).
Name of System: Custom/indie
Number of Players: 2 or more
Approximate Session Length: 30-60 minutes, though game includes options for longer lengths if desired.
Testing Period: Ongoing; hoping to launch final version next month.
Other Details: Moss Creeps, Stone Crumbles is a co-op storytelling and drawing game where the players build the story of a forest over 100 years. It was created for the #CozyGameJam, and is meant to be both easy to pick up and calming.
How To Contact: email@example.com
Get the game here: https://adnroy.itch.io/moss-creeps-stone-crumbles
I released a little game this month called Moss Creeps, Stone Crumbles for the #CozyGameJam. It's a diceless, GM-less drawing game about 100 years in the life of a forest. One player in the circle draws a little, minimalist scene and the next one interprets it, and so on: https://adnroy.itch.io/moss-creeps-stone-crumbles