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Games played around tables with dice, even if neither are there. Ooooh!
New Super hero game called Superhuman. What makes the game different is no dice, no gm and lots of questions to answer.

www.happionlabs.com/superhuman-rpg/
@"Michael" Man, that's a good question. :-) For me it'd be T├ękumel.
Have you ever played a tabletop game in which you were allowed to choose your die rolls (or other randomization mechanic)?

I playtested a Halloween-themed game on Sunday, and we used an interesting approach. It's normally d6-based; instead, players laid out tokens representing the numbers 1 through 6. When the time came to "roll," they could choose any result, but doing so burned that result.

It added an interesting element of strategy and story-telling to the game. You could choose to fail.

Have you seen this work or not work?


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