Last game of my RinCon was a private game of Life on Mars with Nicholas Hopkins and Aaron Feild. Apparently it’s the predecessor to Fall of Magic, so that’s cool because I backed that thing blind and I liked this thing, so.
It’s clever and chill and very, very storygamey. First half of the game you spend laying out stuff about your astronauts, second half of the game you talk about the mission. The whole thing takes up two sheets of paper and some tokens, and is comprised entirely of staged fictional prompts and a couple clever twists that manipulate the vibe during play.
And then I had a massive shitty escalating migraine and got driven home. Ugh!