Aaron Goss

Play through short, fantastical adventures as a party of fae creatures.
Create patches from your memories and carry them wherever you go.
Wreck your rival's nets before the field is ruined!
Seek out the source of a mysterious signal on the ocean floor.
Join your tiny faerie friends in a shared dream-world.
A stealth-lite cheese-chase for a cat and some pesky mice!
Discover the stories of a much-loved spaceship as you dismantle it piece by piece.
Spend time by the campfire reminiscing on misadventures with your companions.
A coming-of-age romp-around-the-galaxy for 1-5 fledgling voyagers.
Head to the skypad and light your burn drive, for the race is about to begin!
A collection of prototypes, experiments, and playtest games.
Get your faction's L.A.B. Crawler to Repair Dock HAL-2 before it shakes itself apart.
A pocket-sized map-making tool.
A pocket-sized "No Dice, No Masters" roleplaying game system.
describe how you (a characteristic) add meaning to your small, polyhedral friend
A business card-sized RPG written in C++.
Influence the balance between nature and industry in this reflective roleplaying game.
this is a place to cherish the memories you have of a person special to you
Traverse the ice planet Saegon in your L.A.B. Crawler to unearth and analyse alien relics.
Race down Touge Mountain in style to deliver your volcano-brewed coffee before your competition can!

Supported by Aaron Goss

My Proudest Student Games

I made these with other students while I was studying how to design and develop games.

Awesome TTRPGs

Each one of these hits me just right. I love 'em.

Fantastical RPG Resources

Asset packs, design tools, engines, and other fantastical things to use when making roleplaying games.