Tuesday, August 12, 2014

RPGaDay Challenge - Day 11

Day 11 - Weirdest RPG owned

You are asking me, Adam 'Barking Alien' Dickstein, creator of The Muppets RPG, The Smurfs RPG, the guy who ran a campaign flowing backwards in time, what's the weirdest RPG I own?

That's pretty brave. You've got guts kid. I like the cut of your jib.

Can't decide. How about you pick which one is weirdest.

Here are your choices:




Bliss Stage
Bunnies & Burrows
Castle Falkenstein
Doom & Cookies
Gamma World
Golden Sky Stories
Happy Birthday Robot!
Maid
Meikyuu (Make Your) Kingdom
Metal Head
Metamorphosis Alpha
Monsters & Other Childish Things
Peekaboo Horror
Satasupe Remix
Sketch!
Space: 1889
Steal Away Jordan
Stuper Powers!
Tales from The Floating Vagabond
Teenagers from Outer Space
Toon
Wares Blade




As well as the following homebrews:

Futurama, The RPG
Galaxy Quest, The RPG
The Muppets RPG
The Smurfs RPG

My Sid & Marty Kroft game is not yet complete. ;)

AD
Barking Alien


7 comments:

  1. On the subject of weird, I remember an rpg in which you played intelligent insects on a post-apocalyptic Earth, but no one else seems to have any memory of it.

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  2. Insecta? Is that the one you're thinking of?

    I don't own it, but I played it years ago.

    Is there a RPG made before 2000 I haven't played or GMed? Is there?! Challenge me! Muhuwahaha!

    Ahem.

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    1. Ah no, it was Low Life. I thought it was from the mid-90's but apparently not.

      Have you played Pandemonium!, the tabloid rpg?

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    2. No! I read through it and want to try it out, but haven't yet. I have played InSpectres (which is awesome btw), Over The Edge and other games with a similar premise.

      Low Life is completely different from what you describe though. LOL

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    3. Well, it's post-apocalyptic and some of the characters are insects. I just forgot about the sentient cakes. As you do.

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  3. I really like most of the RPGs in the list. I have a few too. One question though, how do you get your hand on Satasupe Remix?

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    1. As with most of my Japanese TRPG finds, I usually pick them up in Japanese bookstores (of which there are sadly fewer and fewer in NYC), or Anime/Manga conventions.

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