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A time-based, frantic one-page RPG. In Run. Die. Repeat all players take turns controlling the same character in a Groundhog Day-ish nightmare and escaping from monsters and threats.

Rules summary: Players make actions and roll 1D6. 6 is a success, anything else is death for the poor character... but she respawns again at the start. Each time The Character dies, it's next player's turn. Players can't retry an action that previously failed, but they can repeat any action that has been successful in a previous incarnation, no rolls needed. To win the game, the players must chain a number of sucessful actions to escape the nightmare.

A French translation of the game is available on http://troplongpaslu.fr/jeux-de-role-court/run-die-repeat/ thanks to https://itch.io/profile/lucas-c.

Updated 17 days ago
CategoryPhysical game
AuthorLabrys Games


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I loved your game so much that I translated it in French !
Here is a short article I wrote about it on my blog :

That's so cool! I'm glad you enjoyed my game.


I did my best to translate your game as faithfully as I could. I only added a mention of myself as the translator.
By the way, there is this French website that is making an inventory of one-page tabletop RPGs : http://troplongpaslu.fr
I think people would really like Run Die Repeat.
Would you allow me to put the PDF of the French translation of your game on it ?

As long as nobody is charging money for the game, absolutely. I'll be honoured.


The game has been approved and is now online :

Great! I'm putting a link to it on the game's page. Thanks for taking the time to do this.


Thanks a lot for the translation! Thanks to you we recorded 7 amazing podcast episodes (in french): https://anchor.fm/rolisterie/episodes/S06E01—Les-argouliens-attaquent—Run–Die–Repeat-earf0c

Hope you would listen and like it :)

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I'm so glad my game inspired you to play it and make a podcast about it, and I too want to thank Lucas-C for making the game available to French roleplayers. I'm listening to it and, while my French is super basic, I can tell you had a good time playing it. Your playgroup seems so cool!

Feel free to send me any feedback about the game at either https://www.instagram.com/labrysgames/ or https://twitter.com/labrysgames.