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Guilherme Gontijo

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"Lay on Hands is quickly becoming my favorite solo RPG. For a lot of reasons. The oracle is honestly perfect. I feel it's one of those open ended oriented tools that really works and doesn't leave you in a silent confusion. Each result have a lot of possible outcomes in it's numbers and words. Very very good.

I love to spin the coin and try the labyrinth challenge. It's so hard and because of that so good. It's really a challenge and this helps you being present while playing it. Speaking of it, the clock works amazingly well helping you seeing the passage of in-game time. Below are the drawings from the Pilot episode of my Lay on hands game. I'm having tons of fun!"


I'm working on a A4 version so it works on my printer (Brazilian reader here) :)

Thank you so much! <3


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Sorta. This was just a design exercise for the 200WordRPG 2019 contest, so it is not like we have too much space for a bestiary or anything like that. Anyway, a good "appendix n" for this game is the comic "Beasts of Burden"

We're running a bundle to help a friend that is in ICU fighting covid. 100% of the profit will go to his wife and two small kids. Other creators are asking us to hop in the bundle but can't add them because of "rules. COULD YOU PLEASE OPEN AN EXCEPTION FOR US IN THIS CASE?

This is the bundle


Hi! Thanks for the sweet words! We did it only once because of the Plague. But as soon as this ends I would totally be up for another. Check out the ad I did at the time:

Cool, right?

Cool, right?

Beside this one I did another workshop of principles of graphic design applied to TTRPG zines at the same year:

Thank you for the kind words, Quentin!

Really cool game! I would play hours and hours of it. If you plan to expand the thing in the future, I missed some dificulty . It was everything vey rail roading and I would enjoy more puzzles. I loved the portraits and the pixel art!

Oi, li ele em inglês sim, mas já tem tradução em português e é recente. Pela editora Clock Tower. 

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Terra da Noite é um cenário do romance homônimo e em domínio público de William Hope Hodgson. Abaixo algumas fanarts que encontrei na Internet e que me inspirarão durante a escrita. 

The'res not enough words to describe what I've felt playing this game.

The art is so beautifil and... man, it feels good to see the cerrado's vegetation in a gameboy aesthetic. I loved the multi-layer stuff with the tree silhuete hiding secret areas. I would love to have more of the game and a higher dificulty. This reminded me a lot of "Echo the dolphin", where you had to solve challenging missions while relaxing with the nature around you. It would be cool to see levels with rivers, Ipe trees, fires and some NPCs.

Great Job!


amazing! SO MUCH FUN!

Man that was scary. 

GOOOOORGEOUS black and white graphics! This is the kind of horror I like. I never fully see the creature and that's the problem.  Awesome and creepy to the bones.


Very good game. 

So atmospheric! I had so much fun playing it, thank you! I loved the glitchy oldschool aesthethic. So coooool! 

All done. Thank you very much!




I saw it, thank you very much for your help!
I'll fix the text right now and send it to everybody!

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Thank you again! Already fix it! I'll wait some hours to upload the new files cause I'm almost sure new typos will appear somewhere. English is a hard language! Thank you so much again!

I've just sent you a free Boschtiary by e-mail in gratitude!

Thank you! Corrected those! I'll update the new files in the weekend!

A minimalist tabletop RPG where you and your friends are a crew of beetles in a stealth mission to steal sugar from a kitchen while fighting with other insect factions.

Veterans of the Garden (VotG) is an old project of mine and during this quarantine I've finally had the time to translate it into English (I'm a Brazilian creator). A diceless game with fail forwarding head-and-tails mechanics to initiate new players to our hobbie.

  • A5 and letter layout;
  • English and Brazilian Portuguese versions;
  • With and without bleeds for professional print;
  • Clickable summary

I hope you like it!

So I've heard you want some maps, huh?!

This is the space created by me, the author, to post our point-crawl VotG maps! Don't be shy, show your awesome map!

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Hey, everybody!

I hope you are having fun with VotG! As you all know, my first language is Brazilian Portuguese. That means maybe you'll find one (or a few) typos in the English Version, sorry! This is a space created to show me these typos so I can correct them and you have a perfectly written game in your hands.

Thank you!

Just in case you haven't understood the Martin Luther's handwriting:

King Parrot
Crying Halfhead

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I've downloaded it yesterday to my android and had such a great time! Awesome game so far! The camera views are a very clever idea and the music hits nostalgia hard! VERY VERY GOOD!

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What a beautiful and depressing game.

I went bankrupt every time, hahaha! 

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I've just played a one shot and it was so much fun! I have some difficulty GMing fantasy games, but things went really well. One of the rats died in a moment so honorable. It was quite something! The random tables helped me a lot to make things ready faster. 

Very good game!

Somewhere between Toshiro Mifune and Hayao Miyazaki!

This is a  mythical-samurai-esque adventure focused a lot in exploration and dangerous side quests inside a cold frozen land. The design is very modernist (so cool!) and the layout express perfectly the brutal solitude of winter. The handmade map gives a final flavor to the whole thing.

So good!


This game rules!

I've run a one-shot session of MoIXX inspired by Strugatsky Brothers "Roadside Picnic" Novel. Stalkers in a post-encounter Soviet Union, walking the zones to find weird and powerful artifacts. It was the first time my friends played a pamphlet system and I can say they had so much fun!

Totally recommended game!

A imagem pode conter: 6 pessoas, pessoas sorrindo, pessoas sentadas e área interna

Mad Max + Simcity! 

Somehow this tabletop RPG is between Mad Max and Simcity! I love how the game makes us think the cost of building a solid community. How many lives we're gonna waste to the dream of having our own home?

Pretty clever!

Pixilart - Post apocalyptic city uploaded by Van-Oof

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Amazing game!

I've been playing this game with my wife during quarantine and we're having such a good time. We have no board game in the house and just a standard card deck. This game save us from boredom. The first three matches we played without the odd/even bonuses rules just to get used to the basic mechanics. One funny thing is that we listen to classical music while playing cause we feel more "napoleonic" that way, haha.

Very good game!


I just loved everything about it! I'm using a Discord server as a dashboard where I draw cards, visit places,  write the journal and track everything.  Greetings from Brazil!

Thank you!

Muito obrigado, Guilherme! Espero que curta! Escolhi as imagens a dedo para passar a sensação que meus amigos tiveram quando rodei esse cenário para eles. 

You're welcome!

holy shit. Beautiful. Thank you.

Thank you so much for the kind words!
I hope you have tons of fun and "don't forget to take this kaleidoscope with you". :)