I just released my first game a few days ago! Our Final Gathering: The Dreaded Reflections of the Immortal Soul is a tabletop RPG game that uses a tumbling tower (a Jenga tower or equivalent) as its main mechanic. You play as the last 2-4 remaining Highlander-esque immortals who have agreed to fight one another until only one survives. It combines the tower building tension of RPGs like Dread with the flashback style competitive storytelling of RPGs like Reflections.
The game starts out in a 1980's abandoned warehouse, but the game itself is told via flashbacks to different moments in your character's past lives throughout the multiple centuries they've been alive, showing how your lives had intertwined throughout history. To play the game, first you will select your character's playbook, which determine the type of stories you'll be telling during the session. During each of these flashbacks, you'll select goals to achieve, and if someone completes a goal for you, they have to pull bricks at the end of the scene equal to the difficulty level of the goal you set. You also get to pull and keep a brick to give to any other player to place onto the tower for you before their first pull. The pulling of these bricks represents the tension of the fight, where each brick is you trying to defend against your attacker's blade.
If the tower falls while you are trying to pull or place bricks, then your character dies in the present to the player's character who forced you to touch the tower in the first place. At that point, your reserve bricks passes to the player who's character killed yours, and any secrets you've accrued throughout the centuries also passes to them, representing your power and your knowledge passing from one immortal to the other. You also have the option to push the tower over yourself where you get to choose to either give up your power willingly to the other player and become mortal, or allow them to kill you honorably after a special one on one scene that takes place at a time where you would feel redeemed in the other character's eyes. Once this is all taken care of, the tower is built back up and then set to the amount of players left.
Play then continues until only one player remains. The longer the tower stands, the more you will find out about the history of these characters. Play is designed to be intense and serious, but don't let that stop you from adding levity to the game to break the tension.
If this interests you, definitely check it out here: https://lordneptune.itch.io/our-final-gathering. I have copies for sale at $15, but for every copy sold, I'll be adding community copies to the stack for anyone to grab, no questions asked. If you can't afford the game, feel free to grab a copy from the stack, but once they are gone, they're gone until someone else buys a copy.
I had a blast watching this played at AcadeCon 2019 earlier this month, so I really hope you enjoy what it has to offer!