Aw, thank you - that means a lot! I hope you're able to safely play it before too long...
Randy Lubin (he / him)
Recent community posts
Good question! My sense is that the Catalog is likely be accurate and you should save it for next year. However, if you can find other information that give you confidence that the work was published in 1924, go ahead.
Hey all! I'm Randy Lubin and I design lightweight tabletop and larp games. My most recent larp published is Behind the Magic, a fantasy mockumentary where you play incompetent heroes on a quest to save the world (which they'll probably fail).
I'm super interested in short, simple larps that are welcoming to first time players and can pull more people into the hobby!
I'm Randy Lubin (@randylubin on Twitter) (he/him). I design lightweight tabletop RPGs and LARPs that mostly fall under the American Freeform category.
I'm most proud of:
- Honor Bound - co-designed with Jason Morningstar, about toxic masculinity and honor culture through the lens of an old fashioned duel
- Behind the Magic - a fantasy mocukmentary game about incompetent adventurers who are trying to save the world but probably going to fail
I'm also designing serious games to help organizations explore the future and explain the present. More on that at my consulting firm Leveraged Play.
Looking forward to chatting with you all on the forum!
Thank you so much for participating in the jam – we loved reading all the games submitted!
We're excited to announce the winners:
- Best Analog Game — Permanence by Jackson Tegu
- Best Digital Game — Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening to Steal Treasure by Alex Blechman
- Best Adaptation — God of Vengeance by jrgoldb
- Best Remix — Will You Do The Fandango? by Lari Assmuth
- Best Deep Cut — Not a Fish by J. Walton
- Best Visuals (Tie!) — Chimneys and Tulips by litrouke, and The Garden of God by DreadRoach
More info in this Techdirt post.
Hope to see you next year for Gaming Like It's 1924!
Thanks for asking!
It looks like it's a simple reprint of the original, which isn't in the spirit of the jam. If it were adding to the original with commentary or had new art that you were using in your game it might be a different story.