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What would you do if you had a second chance? Wait For Me is a 30 day journaling game about getting untethered from your own timeline and jumping involuntarily through your own personal history. At each landing, you write to your past (and sometimes future) self with advice, comfort, humor, and kindness when you need it most. Over the course of the game, create a unique hand-written journal full of your own ephemera, marginalia, and details that make both experience and souvenir that are completely your own. 

Wait For Me
, written by Jeeyon Shim and Kevin Kulp, successfully Kickstarted at an incredible 4,434% of  its original funding goal. This innovative game is perfect for anyone ready to jump into the journey of speaking to themselves through their own past.

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(8 total ratings)
GenreRole Playing
Tagsjournaling-game, physical-game, solo-game


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A game by the author of Field Guide to Memory, co-written with Kevin Kulp, the author of the awesome TimeWatch (aka the most compelling time travel RPG I know of)? I could not but jump on it! This is a rather intimate game since it's about imagining that you go back in time at various moments of your own life, a concept that is conducive to introspection and nostalgia (and I find it hard to see how you can play it with two people, even if the rules allow it...). This is the kind of theme I like to see married with the time travel theme and it works quite well, except maybe for a word limit when sending messages to yourself, which is efficient when you can only write 8 words but probably a bit heavy and useless when it goes up to 100.