One Page RPGS

The following games are all free. Play them, hack them, share them, enjoy them. If you prefer PDFs, they are available as pay-what-you-want downloads on Payhip. And if you'd like to donate to WCGC and help fund more of these games, donate via ko-fi. 

 
 
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THIS IS MY HOUSE

November 2017.

Play as family members enjoying a peaceful holiday that is interrupted by a couple villainous grinches trying to break in. This is your house, you have to defend it. 

For 2+ players of any age. Features a simple 1d6 system, character creation that takes less than a minute, and a rotating gamemaster. Inspired by Home Alone films and the Honey Heist RPG by Grant Howitt.

 
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Snow & Cocoa

 

Play as school kids on a magical wintery day off from school until someone threatens to cut your fun time short, then spring into action and protect your new found freedom with snowballs and smarts. 

For 3+ players of any age, one of whom will be Gamemaster. Snow & Cocoa is a hack of Lasers & Feelings by John Harper. Included with copies of Snow Day board game as of September 2017. Includes a plot generator table for instant set up.

 
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Kintsugi

3 players travel through time to mend a broken relationship. Uses a rotating game master system so each player can play as each character over the course of the game. Uses a unique rock-paper-scissors style mechanic for conflict resolution. Entire game fits on the back of a postcard which can be mailed.

 
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Peril

A philosophical debate RPG for 3 players. Each will play as the embodiment of eternal forces, Love, Hate, and Sadness, as you attempt to convince one another of a utilitarian solution to the earthly end-of-days. Fits on the back of a postcard which can be mailed.

 
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Standoff

A hidden role game for 3+ players based on the Hateful Eight. Each player is both a bounty hunter and wanted by the law. Using a deck of regular playing cards, you'll see how guilty you are, but it is up to you to decide how to mitigate your guilt and ensure you don't get killed when the game ends and everyone's gun fires. Fits on the back of a postcard which can be mailed.