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Chill Out is a solo tabletop roleplaying game about a calm, mythical drive through the United States during a summer night. The game is inspired by the KLF album Chill Out and was created for the Record Collection 2K21 game jam.

For 1 Player. Players will need a deck of cards, paper, and a pen or pencil.

License:  Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. You are free to share, adapt, and modify the text of this game and distribute it, even commercially, as long as you give attribution and use this license as well. This does not include the images.

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Chill Out.pdf 1 MB

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I enjoyed this game very, very much. Chill Out builds on the framework of Alone Among the Stars and creates a relaxing road trip with elements of wonder and the unexpected by alternating sections of Alone-style prompts with significant stops that use the cards in different ways. As a result, the game is a cohesive and satisfyingly complete journey, though this means the length of the game isn't flexible. I made my road trip over the course of two days, and enjoyed my time immensely.

I didn't print out a map, as I don't always have access to a printer, so I just drew a rough simple map, enough so that I could annotate where certain landmarks occur to get a sense of the journey taken.

One thing I would add are additional, optional reflection prompts for the end of the trip.

Excellent and among the best of road trip journal games I've played.


Thank you so much! I really appeciate the feedback