LOGAN is an autobiographical tabletop game. In it you play through events I, Logan, have lived through, and come out with a version of my life in your hands.
LOGAN is deeply personal and vulnerable.
LOGAN is a reflection on life, on its high and lows, its ebbs and flows.
LOGAN is an invitation to look at your own life and reflect on all you have been through.
LOGAN is a reminder to commend yourself for still being here.
LOGAN is a work of queer joy, trans pride, resilience, growth and love.
LOGAN is a love letter that I invite you to write to yourself.
Listen to Jeff Stormer and I play LOGAN on Party of One Podcast!
"While playing AutoBio I experienced intimacy, connection, and growth in a way beyond words. I feel like getting to know Logan better has helped me learn more about myself and my own formative experiences. It's been a long while since I played and I still think about the experience fondly, and I know I've become a stronger and more vulnerable person because of this game." - Rae Nedjadi
"It’s important to note the auto-biography and biography is tried and tested narrative genre on itself that really expands empathy and self-contemplation. Go hit up this really honest and engaging work to find your own story in Logan’s." - Maria Mison.
"A tender, intimate game, I found myself wanting to learn more and more about little fictional Logan's life, and how the various highlights and moments of quiet resonated with my own experiences in some small way. LOGAN: An Autobiographical Tabletop Game is a phenomenal experience from start to end, and is definitely a worthwhile journey to take in Logan's boots." - Valis.
"At once gentle and childlike, at other times deeply musing and tragic, it was a wonderful mix of introspection and laughter. An autobio game that shows how the smallest choices and the little chances really make our stories come alive." - Marren
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LOGAN: An Autobiographical Tabletop Game FULL LAYOUT V245 MB
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LOGAN Playbook (Form Fillable)2 MB
LOGAN Playbook (Laid Out PDF, NOT Form Fillable)1 MB
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It was hard at times, but mostly quite cathartic and fun. As the epilogue says, I'm doing quite well now! Definitely a lot of Growth scenes I will say. And thanks for the reminder to take a Self Care scene, I don't always remember for myself 😅Take this as a sign to do some self care too if you haven't in a while!
"Pfft", I sneered before reading Logan, "this guy is making an autobiographical RPG when he's barely in his twenties, hello big ego!" I wasn't wrong—any autobiographical thing has a big ego component, I know what I'm talking about—but Logan is a really interesting game model: after all, what's the difference between slipping into the shoes of someone you don't know and those of an imaginary character? And I like games telling the life of ordinary people, so the events through which this more or less imaginary Logan passes can't help but speak to me... No, in the end, if I had to reproach something to the game, which is superbly designed, it's that it's too short ! The recreated events, except one or two, are a bit too banal to inspire me and don't represent so much important moments in Logan's life as moments captured seemingly randomly. But perhaps, in the end, that was the point: of showing that even mundane lives have their share of memorable moments?
LOGAN is a beautifully personal and thoughtful game. And it's probably the most courageous game design I've ever come across. I highly recommend you experience it for yourself. The art and layout work on this game is also wonderful. Get it now!