RPGaDay 2017, Day 11: Which ‘dead game’ would you like to see reborn?

RPGaDay 2017 infographic

RPGaDay is an annual celebration of tabletop roleplaying. This is the first year I’ve tried to do it.

Which ‘dead game’ would you like to see reborn?

What exactly is a ‘dead game’, here? I assume it’s a game that is no longer published or supported by the people that made it, maybe because of a more recent edition. But nothing is stopping me from playing those older games. No matter how old a game is, and even if the publisher no longer cares about it, I can still play it if I want to.

Games don’t die, and they don’t need to be reborn. I’d much rather let game makers innovate and produce new things. That way, we still have the option to play the older games if we enjoy them, but we also have the option to try something else. And even if we like the old thing better, that’s fine. Play whatever games you enjoy, and fie on anyone who tries to stop you!

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