I don’t know if you are into role-playing games but I was reminded of something I ran across years ago: a “live action free form game” written in 2014 by Jason Morningstar of Bully Pulpit Games and offered as a free download.

It’s been a long time since I’ve indulged in any RPG stuff myself, and this form of the game seems to be almost more improv theatre and “scenes” than it does the conventional image of a table full of people staring at another person sitting behind a small screen. But it’s an interesting exploration of the problem, inspired by the writer’s experiences with an actual interpreter and given a very thin science fiction sheen, and quite poignant these days.

Anyway, check it out if you are interested.

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2 Responses to ‘Terps

  1. Luke Hughes says:

    Anything by Jason is always creative and thoughtful in my experience.

    Luke (lead for historical cRPG Burden of Command)

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