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Comrade OO

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Thanks! You too. 

Any questions, feedback, or comments are welcome!

I just published a game for the PIGSquad  Tabletop Jam 2021. Misbelief is an quick, asymmetrical, hidden role game for 4 or 7 players where you take on the role of conspiracy theories. Check it out here! Grab the community copies while they last. 

Some theme possibilities-

Animated movies
Body Parts (can be non-human; wing, tentacle, carapace, etc.)
Circus things
Dog breeds (for older folks) Dinosaurs (for 7 year-olds)
Flying things
Gross things

I just published a solo-writing game for laurieocconnel’s Paintings Jam. In A Minstrel’s Life  explore the work of Judith Leyster and create your own songs as you write the stories of the life of a 17th century minstrel in Europe. Check it out!

If you have any questions about the game, find any mistakes, or have any suggestions about the game, please leave them here.

This is a place where you can share any music/lyrics that you write while playing this game.  Include a link, copy-paste, or just describe an experience or work you created.  I'd love to read what you make.

played with my family. We laughed, we sang, we danced, we had so much fun! The theme does a great job of disarming people, especially those not traditionally into rpgs. 

There is a typo here, it says “adnostic” Hope this helps

My hope would be less about a rating system (also could be helpful) but if there were a searchable tag for games which work well with younger players I think that would be helpful.  Thank you for the insight. 

Is there a tag for games which are intended for younger audiences? A “for kids” tag, or a “for teens”? I would love that, both as a seller, (designing a mini zine game which would be great for young people) and as a Dad who wants to share some cool games with my kids. Thanks

Good luck to everyone.  I am excited to see your work!

This may not be the best place to ask this, but here I go anyhow.  Is the use of digital resources cheating or outside of the scope  of the intention of the game jam.  For example , I have a digital version of a character creator for my game through google forms.  I could include a link to the form in my submission which would save space for other information/worldbuilding.  But I didn't know if that would be frowned upon.  Thank you for your feedback.