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An optimistic person might call this place a town. It has a name. It just doesn’t have many people. Which makes these other losers still hanging around important. “Friends” might be a stretch, but they know about all the stupid things you’ve done. Maybe it’s been weeks, maybe decades, but they won’t let you forget. Nobody gets a clean slate here.

Unincorporated is a collaborative story game for 3-5 players who take on the roles of ordinary people caught up in petty dramas, grudges, and hopeless love affairs while trying to shake off the weight of their past and reputation.

It’s designed to be played in 1-4 episodic sessions, with no prep and a quick, easy setup. Create character history and setting details by answering a few questions, pick a starting Problem, and try to solve it.

Gameplay uses PbtA-style 2d6 +stat dice rolls. Your stats are Jock, Nerd, Prep, and Goth.

You can change your dice results or your reputation -- or even add a new stat -- by spending tokens, which you earn by choosing to fail or add complications.


Design and text by Bethany Harvey

This game has mechanics inspired by several game systems, including PbtA, No Dice No Masters, Lasers & Feelings, and FATE. And those are just the ones I meant to steal from; there are probably others.


Barry Cook, Jim Crocker, Chris Newton, Puckett,  Rich Rogers, Eli Seitz, Steven, and Pearl Zare


This is version 0.1, so expect some glitches. If you play it, please let me know what did/didn't work so I can improve it!

It's Pay What You Want while in development. Paying any amount gets you all future updates, including the final version.


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Unincorporated_v01.pdf 122 kB
Unincorporated_group_reference.pdf 350 kB
Unincorporated_player_reference.pdf 350 kB
Unincorporated_v01a.epub 654 kB
Unincorporated_v01 google doc
Unincorporated_v01 google sheet

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