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A tabletop game about exploring the archive of a defunct network of webpages from decades ago.

This is a hack of Takuma Okada's Alone Among the Stars.

Inspirations include Hypnospace Outlaw and the Internet Archive.


For 1+ Players.

Uses a six-sided die and a 52 card deck of playing cards.


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Alone in the Ancient City

Hypnospace Outlaw

Routines

Purchase

Buy Now$1.00 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $1 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Alone in Cyberspace.pdf 98 kB

Development log

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Alone in Cyberspace is a game where you surf the internet of the late 90s. It is a game that brings you back to the past!

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Thank you for checking it out!

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how do you play it? all i get is a pdf explaining what the game is.

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First solo-rpg i've ever played! This was a very nice experience and i defiently reccomend it for people who just wanna get lost in their own creativity and nostaliga for a bit. Thanks for a very nice moment

Thank you for checking it out!

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Sorry, this seems incredibly interesting but upon paying and downloading the PDF, I must admit I am terribly confused. Could someone explain this game to this noob in more layman terms please?

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No problem! Essentially it's a journaling game where you draw cards and use the book as inspiration for what you find while exploring the archives. While there isn't a recording of anyone playing my game, there is one of the game that inspired it, Alone Among the Stars, and that might help give you a feel for how to play this game

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I've been so busy that I haven't had the time to check out that video yet - but I wanted to say thanks! :) Hoping to get a chance to learn and give your game a go soon.

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Haven't done too much tabletop before but this was a entertaining experience! It had me really nostalgic about browsing sites via Netscape and AOL. Also, I discovered a site about otaku dating with about me videos in a neighborhood and that sold me. 

thank you!

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It was quite a bit of fun, brought back some nostalgia :)