A downloadable pamphlet-size rpg

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A Tagalog-English micro RPG analog game about concerned citizens investigating a dubious project in a local town. Here's the plothook: 

Nabalitaan mo na sa huling town meeting na hindi mo in-attend-an pero tsinismis sayo ng landlord o kapitbahay mo na may ipapatupad na bagong project si Kapitan Kunat. Bilang isang mamamayang may pake sa lipunan, misyon nyong malaman kung ano ang tunay na layunin ng project at isiwalat sa buong purok ang tunay na kulay ni Kapitan! 

Enjoy this pamphlet-sized game of town gossips, weird rumors, and corrupted local government! Corrupted by who or what? Play to find out!

Feel free to comment or review! 

Game is submitted as part of DREAMJAM. #PurokDream #KapitanDream #ProjectDream

Game also a submission to HilagyoJam, a game jam for Filipinos, by Filipinos. 

CategoryPhysical game
Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars
(16 total ratings)
AuthorJohn Erwin
Tagsdreamjam, filipino, hilagyojam, pamphlet, rpgsea, rules-light, rules-lite, sworddream, Tabletop, tagalog
Average sessionA few hours


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May Project na naman si Kapitan v2.9 - RELEASE VERSION.pdf 234 kB

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May Project na naman si Kapitan v2.8 - Text only.txt 7 kB

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This game intrigues me. Will that be available in english?


A big part of the game's style and humor is the language I use, which is street conversational Filipino-English, which may not translate well when done in English. 

I do have a good number of requests to have an English-translation, including yours, and I will consider it strongly this time. I'll figure something out.

Thank you for checking out this game!