Want to play a game of fictional mayhem with your friends? You’ve come to the right place.
Players of Jason Morningstar’s tabletop RPG Fiasco tell stories in which their ambitions exceed their common sense. Light on rules and heavy on disastrous fun, Fiasco sets the scene with only a handful of dice, 3-5 friends, one book, and the playset of your choice.
The FiascoMobile app gives you one less thing to worry about when you Fiasco away from home. It features more than fifty playsets to pick from, available at the swipe of a finger. Playsets paint vivid settings ranging from bank heists gone wrong to historical dramas (and everything in between) using collections of unique character goals, locations, and relationships. Best of all, regular app updates give enthusiasts the power to enjoy infinite replay value.
Pull up a chair and weave a story of ambition and betrayal more fascinating and engaging than any movie.
Camp Death, by James Gabrielsen.
Counselors at Camp Clearwater have only a few weeks before camp starts at the site of a historic murder. Preparing for the arrival of campers keeps them busy – as does fighting to stay alive.
The Manna Hotel, by Dan Puckett.
The first Manna Hotel burnt down in the fifties. The new one sits atop its bones – slow, run down, full of secrets. Mystic, deadly secrets. Will you live long enough to share them?
Town And Gown, by Stephen Granade.
Townies hate the University, students hate the faculty, faculty hate each other. The school and the town around it are a powder keg of frustration. Got a match?
Saturday Night ’78, by Will Hindmarch, Wil Wheaton, and Jason Morningstar.
1977 was a hard, dark year for New York City. But ’78 rose from the ashes bright and loud with disco, comedy, glitterati and more. You can find a good time that just might explode every hour of the night on a Saturday in ’78.
Core rules not included in FiascoMobile app. Visit Bully Pulpit Games to download or buy.