A downloadable journey

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there are certain feelings that hit us whenever we walk down a hallway at night, stare at a weirdly painted waiting room, or examine a grainy picture of an off-putting room or hallway online.

there are times that comfort could be felt, there are times that unease takes over instead.

nevertheless, this fascinates our never-ending sense of curiosity.

and because of this, you decided to enter a realm where they are abundant.

but how? what happened? and who are you?

it’s up to you.

what matters is that you are here.

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the spaces between dreams is a GM-less journaling game for 1 player, where you explore and document the places where reality feels altered, whether they made you feel comfort, discomfort, or something else.

inspired by The Backrooms, the Liminal Spaces aesthetic, and the After Hours aesthetic.

also inspired by Alone Among The Stars by Takuma Okada.

Purchase

Buy Now$4.00 USD or more

In order to download this journey you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $4 USD. You will get access to the following files:

the spaces between dreams - colored edition.pdf 192 kB
the spaces between dreams - plain edition.pdf 62 kB
the spaces between dreams colored.docx 203 kB
the spaces between dreams.docx 30 kB

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Feel free to contact me via email (ypezion@gmail.com), via private message (Reddit or Twitter, can be found on my carrd as well), or via Discord (Cavenir#6636) if you want to get a free copy, or if you have any concerns, questions, or inquiries regarding my games.

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If you want we can Collab and make this a digital game too, I have this down to 3 sets of numbers and that is [1) 1-6 = Dice], [2) 1-4 = Suit], [3) 1-13 = # of Cards within a suit]. The reason why I suggest this is some of us don't own a standard pack of playing cards at home etc, so having 2 options to play is what I'm thinking. If you like my idea I can code this up and send you it for free.