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Navigator is a two-player tabletop rpg created for the Just the Two of Us Jam. It's inspired by the movie Stalker and the games Alone Among the Stars, Memoirs of a Barbarian and Thirst.

In this game two players journey into a mysterious, restricted site known as the Zone to find a room rumored to grant people their innermost desires. One player is The Client, a person who wants to find this room and have their wish granted, and the other player is The Navigator, a person with previous experience navigating the Zone that has been hired by The Client to help them find the Room.

The game is for two players and will take around 2-4 hours to play. Players will need a deck of cards, a sheet of paper, and some pens or pencils.

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Navigator is a three page, two-player, GMless rpg with a feeling similar to Stalker, Roadside Picnic, Metro, and other post-apocalyptic-plus-the-unexplained sci-fi stories.

You play with d6s and a deck of cards, and you take on the roles of two people---one with experience inside the wild Zone, and one without.

This baked-in dynamic is neat, but a lot of the gameplay is storytelling and map-drawing, so you'll be riffing off of each other's ideas as you describe the setting probably more often than you're in-character exploring the cool dynamic.

The game is open-ended, and it doesn't force any one particular mood, but it really does seem to want players who are first and foremost interested in improvising a story. If that's you, this is a really solid game, and I'd recommend picking it up. If that's not you, but you like things like Fallout, you may still want to give this a shot.

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Thank you!

Thank you for writing it!

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Haven't played yet, but the description is giving me hard Tanis vibes

Thanks! I wasn't familiar with Tanis until now but it seems neat