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*World at the Ennies

Ennies Nomination Week continues, but the slate is short on *World games this year. Let's keep this post simple, then.


The only game based on the Apocalypse World rules to be nominated this year is tremulus by Reality Blurs. I'm not very familiar with this game, which is billed as "a storytelling game of Lovecraftian horror." It claims to be "low to no prep" and to have drawn inspiration from Fiasco and Fate as well. The game is nominated for Best Game, Best Rules, Best Setting, Best Writing, and Product of the Year. I may have to check this one out.

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