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When supervillains must team up with superheroes to defeat an even bigger threat, things are bound to go awry. The enemy you face is powerful and you will have to overcome many difficulties. 

How will you work with such an unlikely team? 

Will the supervillains ever truly achieve redemption?

A game made for the Supervillain Redemption Game Jam (#villainredemptionjam)

IMAGE: A mysterious mask floats ominously. A trail of cards falls behind it, a heart showing through an eyehole of the mask.

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In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $7 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Consequential Redemption.pdf 13 MB
Consequential Redemption (basic text version).pdf 56 kB

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Instead of playing a superhero like many other RPGs, you play a supervillain in CONSEQUENTIAL REDEMPTION, albeit one that is (possibly) on their path of redemption. It is a solo journaling game played using a deck of cards, but can also be played with friends. You are a supervillain who is forced to work with the goody-two-shoes to bring down a greater threat. You create the threat, and the cards serve as prompts as to what is going to happen. You always win the fight, but there are consequences that strain the relationships between you and your new friends. I love the unique premise, the card mechanics, and the author's use of stock photo to create an atmospheric city for the game.

Thank you so much Arthur, I really appreciate your kind words. Glad you enjoyed telling a messy story of messy people!