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One Last Job. Twice.

You are a team of skilled criminals, brought together by a mysterious figure for the ultimate job: stealing the Chronoshift, the world’s first and only time-travel machine.

Luckily, you won’t be doing it alone: you’ll have the help of your future selves - who have, of course, already stolen the time machine...

Time Heist is a fun, silly, freewheeling game of time-travelling capers for a GM and a handful of players that requires minimal prep.

The game is available as a pdf or plain text version (designed to be suitable for screenreader users and those with low vision).

Artwork by Gerald McDermott.

Trigger Warning: whilst the tone of Time Heist is hammy, camp fun, there is the potential for violence and player-vs-player in the game (however, these can be avoided with no changes to the game). A form of character death - being erased from reality - is a core mechanic.

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Purchase

Buy Now$5.00 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $5 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Time Heist | plain text | rollflipdraw.docx 21 kB
Time Heist | rollflipdraw.pdf 23 MB

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Comments

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This is amazing. Thank you.

Delighted you like the game!

Updated the typo on page 1!

Looks really fun, excited to try this out!

Hope you enjoy it - it was so much fun to playtest!

Typo has been flagged on page 1 - should be '12 sided dice (d12)' rather than '12 sided dice (d8)' of course! Will be updating the available copy to fix that soon but just in case anyone who's already got a copy was confused by that!

A lot of work's gone in to trying to make the time-travel aspects of the game as easy to understand and follow as possible (inc diagrams for those who are visual thinkers)  - however, happy to answer any qs about time-travel etc here!