A downloadable anthology of games
An anthology of six solo games, each with its own unique form of exploring a story in a Twilight Zone-like universe:
- Double Take: a journalling game, following a week in the life of a person seemingly haunted by a doppelgänger.
- A Fork In The Road: a zero-materials game, about a faulty teleporter and how it changes its users and their lives.
- Messenger: a LARP, where you play someone who must choose which of two mysterious messages to believe and act on.
- One. Fixed. Point: an audio game, where you take on the role of a scientist lost in a space between realities, trying to get home.
- Vacuum: a twine-based game, where you play a crew member of a space shuttle, dealing with strange disappearances.
- Waiting: a card game, exploring the day a diner worker crosses paths with a strange figure known only as The Customer.
One. Fixed. Point. comes as a separate audio file that must be downloaded in addition to the main game book.
Otherworld involves more digital elements than most roll/flip/draw games; whilst all files and digital games have been thoroughly tested for bugs, please do let me know if you come across one and it will be fixed asap.
Trigger Warning: themes of death and disappearance; due to some games exploring competing accounts of reality, some players may find potential in-game scenarios too close to instances of gaslighting (individual trigger warnings are given with each game in the book)
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In order to download this anthology of games you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $8 USD. You will get access to the following files:
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