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Reblogged from gaircyrch  9 notes
gaircyrch:

I watched an episode of Tabletop where Wil Wheaton plays this game with some of his TV buddies. It looks like a seriously engaging storytelling/role-playing game.
Roll the dice to determine characters, motivations, locations, MacGuffins, whatever. And then act out scenes. In Act 1, big plans have to be set up, but in Act 2, everything takes a nosedive thanks to two big Tilts. Will anybody come out of it alive? Only if you’ve played the other players right…
If you can spare an hour for four folks assembling a heist movie before your very eyes, click here and click here for the two-part video. You won’t regret it.

gaircyrch:

I watched an episode of Tabletop where Wil Wheaton plays this game with some of his TV buddies. It looks like a seriously engaging storytelling/role-playing game.

Roll the dice to determine characters, motivations, locations, MacGuffins, whatever. And then act out scenes. In Act 1, big plans have to be set up, but in Act 2, everything takes a nosedive thanks to two big Tilts. Will anybody come out of it alive? Only if you’ve played the other players right…

If you can spare an hour for four folks assembling a heist movie before your very eyes, click here and click here for the two-part video. You won’t regret it.