Category Archives: Play Reports

Play Report: GoPlayNorthwest

Sean Nittner has written this marvelous report on runs of #Feminism at GoPlayNorthwest.

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Weekly Affirmations of #Feminism

Strix Beltrán, host of the show Weekly Affirmations, part of the Hyper RPG channel on Twitch, visited E3 with #Feminism editor Lizzie Stark last week. You can learn about her trip and watch her play Elin Nilsen’s “6016” with friends on last week’s show.

You can catch her show every Friday at 3pm!

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Play Report: La Mirada De Gorgona Redux

A Spanish larp group called Producciones Gorgona produced a weekend of games from #Feminism for some of their members.

We pinged the first two parts of their review here. Now the third installment is available, with reviews of 6016 by Elin Nilsen and #Flesh by Frederik Berg, Rebecka Eriksson, and Tobias Wrigstad.

Plus a bonus track written by another participant about So Mom I Made This Sex Tape by Susanne Vejdemo.

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Play Report: La Mirada de Gorgona

A Spanish larp group called Producciones Gorgona produced a weekend of games from #Feminism for some of their members.

The first part of their review is here. The second part of their review is here. We hope the third part will arrive soon!

They played multiple games from the collection, including Elsa Helin’s “My Sister Malala,” Kira Magrann’s “Selfie,” Susanne Vejdemo’s “So Mom I Made This Sex Tape,” Kajsa Greger’s “Mentioning the Unmentionables,” and Kat Jones’s “Glitzy Nails.”

We can’t wait to read more about this community and what they’re up to!

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Play Report: PlanBRollespil

Over on the Danish roleplaying blog PlanBRollespil, Troels Ken writes a play report of Ann Kristine Eriksen’s game “Tropes vs. Women,” and the realization it provoked in him.

You can read it in Danish here. Google Translate makes it mostly legible in English, too.

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Play Report from GMMAS

The Go Make Me a Sandwich blog has a lovely review of the Dreamation playtest of #Feminism:

There were so many great games on offer from the anthology that it was difficult to choose!

and:

The two games I did get to play from #Feminism were Curtain Call – a game about the horrifying sexism that women celebrities in the entertainment industry face, and Shoutdown to Launch – a game about gendered interruption humorously disguised as a game about troubleshooting a last minute mechanical problem before a space shuttle launch. Both games were very intense and hard-hitting, and the conversations that were had afterward were important.

Click here to read the full report, along with some thoughts on inclusivity and gatekeeping.