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With the help of a warlock, the people of the Great Kingdom overthrew the King.  Now they just need to spend one year with Demons in charge of the government!

Well, it seemed like a good idea at the time...

Nowhere Kingdom is a roleplaying party game where you serve as a Council making policies for a country dominated by Demons.  Designed with both private and public play in mind, the role of the Demons can be filled by a viewing audience.

Lead a country and see what happens when a chaos-loving mass of Demons gets to decide its fate!

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Nowhere Kingdom is an 8 page comedy-ish large multiplayer rpg about a kingdom that replaced its tyrannical leader with a host of possibly-better-but-definitely chaos-oriented demons.

The game is designed to work with audience participation, with a few players serving as councilors who propose ideas, and with everyone else serving as demons who vote on them.

It's a really neat concept, and I don't think I've seen many other games built quite this way. It also includes safety tools to shield the audience from the councilors, which is honestly a solid addition for an audience-participation improv game.

I think anyone who's interested in games as a way to entertain an audience should check this out. It's also perfectly solid as an improv exercise, or a one-shot where most of the challenge is roleplaying and acting-based rather than a function of cards/dice.