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Yes! My high school English teacher made us read it twice, because he said we didn't read it well enough as a summer reading assignment, so he shifted everything for fall back a month so we could read it AGAIN. I haven't read it since, though...
What's Halloween without a little horror, right? With that in mind, Fluffy Horror Jam is extended until the day after Halloween! Enjoy the extra month of creation! I look forward to seeing what monstrosities you come up with!
I believe we're going at folklore from a pretty broad perspective. So urban folklore is allowed, and that can encompass a whole lot of things. Have fun and I look forward to seeing your game!
So running and moderating a discord is more than I have time for right now. The last thing I want to do is open a discord and let it become a toxic place without moderators. Let's just keep collabs and communication to the community section here, Twitter, or anywhere else you'd like to meet up.
Thank you and apologies for that,
I would LOVE it if there was an option to do this. I've wanted to start major projects over here instead of DMsGuild/DriveThruRPG but since I'm frequently working with multiple collaborators, I've been stuck places where I can split the revenue.
A lot of jams I've been in have done game swaps, where you offer a code for your game to other people in the jam and vv. I'm happy to do that for my game here, and if anyone else wants to join me, feel free! DM me on Twitter for a code (once I've made the game, of course).
Let's talk about them! Do you need one? Are you one? Let's connect sensitivity editors to people who need them here!
I do sensitivity reading for mental health and abuse/assault/trauma, in case anyone needs that for their game.
Very cool take on the Wretched and Alone games by actually having you surrounded by people. I like the Masque of the Red Death vibe. There's a bit of ableist language I could do without (people being driven "insane" by events) but otherwise, I highly recommend this as a glamorous spin on the solo play genre.
I struggled to help Adam to see that Legend of the Driven, an extremely violent martial arts film may not have been the best way for him to showcase his true feelings regarding the devastating effects of the film industry on Adam Driver. Nevertheless, we reached a compromise: the violence was one of the soul and the martial arts where those of Adam Driver's struggle against an unforgiving industry. The results were...
Well, it was certainly a movie. I know he was hoping for an Independent Spirit Award, but at least he'll get MTV's Best Kiss. The scene where a film executive punched out his heart and Adam kissed it while sobbing will go down in cinematic history.
I can't say I'll miss having Adam as my roommate, but I'll cherish the brief time we had together.