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Best Games of 2011


Microscope is a role-playing game that allows players to create epic tales that span generations or even civilizations. It is GM-less and requires no preparation to play.

The Best Games of 2011

In a community like RPGG, a lot of buzz is generated by upcoming products and evaluations of the latest and greatest in our hobby. The truth is that there are hundreds of RPGs released each year and only a few survive long enough to become memorable. These games have been consistently popular since their release and, being the latest and greatest, are good ideas for the gamer who has everything.

Do: Pilgrims of the Flying Temple

Do: Pilgrims of the Flying Temple is a collaborative storytelling game where each player helps create a story, makes trouble for their character and tries to get a happy ending. You write the story of pilgrims flying from one world to the next, helping people they meet and getting in plenty of shenanigans along the way. Misunderstandings will happen. Good intentions will lead to unexpected consequences. Depending on your choices, each leg of the journey will end with your characters hailed as heroes or chased away by an angry mob. It’s a silly universe out there and it only gets sillier the farther pilgrims travel.

  • Ages: 12+
  • Availability: Local Games Stores and Online (Amazon among others)
  • Price: $25.00 (Bits and Mortar guarantee - if you buy it at a store, they'll give you the PDF free)
  • Reviews
    1. by Jules
    2. by MJ Harnish

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