Its Ghostbusters for Millennials. Instead of granddaddy Vankmans bank loans and brick and mortar your a gig economy Buffy the Vampire slayer trying to keep your health insurance paid and somewhere to sleep. Its a pretty basic Fate Core hack with a cathartic setting (at least for the target audience) and a brilliant "edge" mechanic that makes the monsters nearly impossible to beat in a fair fight, making the game largely about negating their advantage or working around it.
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A small collection of interesting player options for Troika! Wanna play a perspective obsessed spider philosopher, a gorilla made out of bread, or a working space biologist with scars from the last colossal star goat they tangled with? what are you thinking of course you do.
If you grew up watching The Borrowers, The Smurfs, or Fraggle rock you get the basic premise of games like Michtim. You play as tiny hamster-like humanoids trying to survive out of site of the human race. The game uses a clever and easy to understand dice pool mechanic that lets you take risks on several levels to secure success. It also uses the current and usual mood of your PC in place of more traditional attributes and it feeds right into said clever dice mechanic, meaning you can lean into what your feeling about a given scene and the game really encourages that. The game also features a series of virtues you characters can try to live up to, which reminds me of the better Ultima games. Its something really different that is worth trying even if it isn't your bag.