Alleged Entertainment

Resonance is now free to download and run!

I'm extremely pleased to announce today that we've released our science fiction amnesia larp, Resonance, for free.  We've run Resonance half a dozen times since we first wrote it between 2010-2011, and it's become one of our favorite larps to share with people.

Without further ado, you can download it at the game's page on our web site.

A great many people have been invaluable in this process.  In particular, I'd like to thank Michael Snowden, AJ Smith, and Cat Tobin, who beta tested the public release of this game.  Without their feedback, our GM manual would be a mere unintelligible scribble.  I also want to give shout-outs to the people who helped this game form.  Jesse Cox and Danielle Reese helped brainstorm the original ideas that eventually became Resonance, and also worked on the runtime team for several early runs.

And, of course, my co-writers: Phoebe Roberts, Vito D'Agosta, and Susan Weiner.  I'm incredibly privileged to get to work with them.

For those who care about such things, Resonance is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.  That means you can feel free to run it, with your own customizations if you like.  All we ask is that if you change the game, you offer your changes back to the community under the same terms we offer the original game.

Again, you can download Resonance here.