- The Inversion of Me and My Room
by Tory Root
You are in a dream.
You do not know, entirely, who you are. You will probably find out--you may find out that you are somebody rather different. Or rather the same. You're not sure which would be more unsettling.
This is not a dream you will forget easily, nor is it one without consequences. It may well be more real than most of your waking life. You may never wake up at all.
But regardless: you are in a dream, and you keep falling.
This is a small, experimental mindscrew game with speculative elements about identity, judgement, and turning points. All players will receive periodic character sheet updates, and the game structure is on the rails, though this is not a dream without consequences. This game will probably contain pervasive themes of child abuse, brutal violence, and institutionalized racism, and I would not recommend playing if you need to avoid those things entirely.