A Penny for My Thoughts
A Penny for My Thoughts is a role-playing game by Paul Tevis, published by Evil Hat Productions in 2009.
A Penny for My Thoughts is a storytelling game involving amnesiac characters who ask leading questions of each other to find out their histories.: 425
Paul Tevis released his game, A Penny for My Thoughts, in the summer of 2009 through Evil Hat Productions.: 425 According to Tevis, the game grew out of his entry into the Game Chef 2007 competition.
Shannon Appelcline describes A Penny for My Thoughts as "the sort of storytelling game that Hogshead Publishing had been producing in its 'New Style' line a decade before".: 425 Wired called the game "very clever".
A Penny for My Thoughts won the 2009 Indie RPG Awards for Most Innovative Game.
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- ^ Harrison, Michael (11 April 2011). "Do: Pilgrims of the Flying Temple Tells a Story Worth Playing". Wired.
- ^ "Indie RPG Awards".