Tea parties. A time to sit around with friends and discuss the news of the day. But one friend, Katy, isn't there like she should be and everyone else is discussing what might have happened to her. That's where you find yourself in Little Katy's Tea Party, a tea-drinking RPG that's up on Kickstarter now.
And yes, I do love the name of the company running it.
From the campaign:
This is a game by Edoardo Cremaschi (NuclearManatee) about imaginary friends having a tea party, in which they’re trying to figure out whether what they did to help Katy was really the best for her.
You're at a tea party, but Katy isn’t here. You recall the moments of her childhood where you stood with her - the difficult ones.
What happened to Katy? Were you able to guide her through her childhood? What kind of toll protecting her had required? Were your choices always the best for her? You’ll play to answer those questions.
Little Katy’s Tea Party is a tea-drinking indie tabletop roleplaying game, without any dice or game master. Instead of a game master, the game has a Host responsible for explaining the rules and facilitating the game. Instead of throwing dice, you’ll drink tea to resolve the Conflicts that arise (this is a ritual component and you don’t have to “save tea” as an in-game resource).
The campaign is up and over its funding goal with 13 days to go.