A downloadable anthology

Gaming with Godot is a compendium of fifty tabletop RPG supplements – playbooks, scenarios, rules modules, and other miscellanea – by 48 different authors, with a catch: none of the games the material is written for actually exist. Entries run the gamut from transdimensional diners, to polyamorous starships, to a character class which can only be taken by a character who has killed God, each one offering a tiny glimpse of what tabletop roleplaying might look like in a world very slightly askew of our own.

Material for this anthology is taken from a discussion thread on the editor's Tumblr blog throughout May of 2021; entries are reproduced in this volume by their respective authors' gracious permission. The original thread can be found at the link below:


If anything in this collection inspires you to remedy the fact that the game it's written for doesn't exist, please consult the Credits & Acknowledgements section – many entries have been released under a Creative Commons license for that exact reason. If you're not sure what you have in mind constitutes acceptable use, just ask!


Edited by David J Prokopetz.

Cover illustration by Kaninchenbau.

Graphic design by Monica Dayson.

Special thanks to Tumblr user Scabby for suggesting the title of this collection. 

Individual entries are the property of their respective authors, who are unfortunately too numerous to list here – please consult the Credits & Acknowledgements section (pages 3–5 in the PDF version) for attributions, licensing terms and contact information.

CategoryPhysical game
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(8 total ratings)
AuthorsPenguin King Games, David J Prokopetz
TagsTabletop role-playing game
Average sessionA few minutes


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