We can all see that the world we had is profoundly gone. But did it have to be? A world in which so many of us believed what we were taught and lived according to narratives and assertions that now lie in tatters? But what if I told you there was one among us who was alive in a real way, an outlier who was doing what we should have been but that we never knew about? What if we had seen the truth of this person? It would have changed us all.
Well, there was. And Infinite Past is the story of a few of us who might have perceived this other for what they were and changed everything.
It's a social deduction storytelling game, but its not about lying to each other and trying to figure out who's the villain in your midst. It's about trying to find unspoken agreement about who's the most laudable character in the conversation. And with seven different character playsheets that look the same, but contain different combinations of storytelling guidelines under tabs, your collective decision could settle on any one of you.
Folks have been saying that people need games during stay-at-home to keep themselves occupied, or to take their mind off the tribulations of the world, but it feels like most people I know are so anxious and consumed by trying to understand how to navigate the world now that they don't have the energy for fictional worlds. So I wanted to see if I could make something people might really need now. It's a game and conversation about life choices of the old world, and the new one.
Suggested price $8.00. Minimum price $5.00. But if the price is a hardship to you, especially now during pandemic and economic uncertainty, please email me at email@example.com, or DM me on Twitter @paulczege, and I'll get you a download key, no questions asked. If you want this game, I want you to have it.