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Meghan(IynnFTW) Cross

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As long as it's an analog game inspired by a song - absolutely!

Thank you so much! Mack, who did the layout, absolutely knocked it out of the park. She did such an incredible job.

That sounds AMAZING! I can't wait to see what kind of game Rock Lobster inspires!

Right now the idea that's bouncing around in my head is inspired by Hozier's "Like Real People Do" - something I've wanted to write for a long time. Fun fact, my desire to write a game inspired by that song is what gave me the idea to host this game jam!

Thank you for pointing that out!! I've made the adjustments and reuploaded the pdf. 

I'm glad you like the new update!


The issue has been resolved and the game is available for purchase and download!

The error has been fixed and the Diamonds section has an intro and rolling instructions. Thank you again for catching that!

Thank you so much for pointing that out! Changes are getting made to the pdf and an updated version should be posted within the next day or two.

I'm working on getting this issue fixed, as I don't know what is causing it. The full game is currently posted on my Twitter (@meghanlynnFTW) if you would like a copy in the meantime!

The pdf is 8.5 x 11 so you should be able to print it at home without issue! 

Thank you so much for your kind words! I'm glad you enjoyed playing Weeds in the Waste!

That's wonderful!! I'm so glad to hear that your group enjoyed it.

Thank you for putting this together. <3

Thank you so much for your kind words about Session Zero! I appreciate it so much and I hope the games help you create wonderful characters, bonds, and worlds!

Thank you so much!!

Thank you so much! I'm glad you and your group had fun with it and Session Zero helped everyone create interesting characters!!

Yes! As long as it fits the journey theme and is an analogue game it can be any genre 

Hi Naomi! Jess and I both agree that as long as the game fits the theme of the jam you are welcome to submit it - it doesn't have to be a TTRPG!

This game is wonderful! The prompts give enough direction to create a lush narrative while still being broad enough to create a truly unique setting. The replayablilty is huge - in both story content and tone.

If you enjoy collaborative storytelling and worldbuilding, I couldn't recommend this enough!