|Author(s):||Andrew Zorowitz, Carol Young, Gabi Gladstone, Zachary Cross, and the Foam Brain Staff|
|Game EMail:||andrew AT foambrain DOT com|
|Organization:||Foam Brain Games|
|Male Players:||Min: 3 / Max: 3|
|Female Players:||Min: 2 / Max: 2|
|Neutral Players:||Min: 5 / Max: 10|
|Total Players:||Min: 10 / Max: 15|
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"Welcome to TerraCon XVI, the hottest Anime, Science Fiction and Gaming Convention on the face of the planet.”
Well, that’s what you’d be hearing if you could get inside, anyway! With over 20,000 people, Terracon XVI is probably the biggest convention ever held in Massachusetts. Unfortunately for you, it seems like they’re all standing in line waiting to get their badges…
LineCon is a comedic horde game about the odd people you meet standing on line at a geek convention (and the even odder convention staff that seem to always be present at these conventions). It draws inspirations from a variety of classic LARPing sources, along with the author’s real experiences standing in lines exactly like these. Plus we make fun of Nat Budin – what else could you possibly want?
Andrew's first LARP run was Mary Celeste, in 2004. Three times. In nine days. He's run many games since, both at RPI and cons. The group has many bizarre props, including a "brain in a jar", which inspired the group's name. Whether this brain has since been used to replace Andrew's brain, lost in a LARP-related accident, or whether the brain in the jar is still the original is, and shall remain, a mystery.
Andrew's group would very much like to license rights to any and all LARPs (especially weekend-long games, but, really, anything...) - if you've got a game, you should talk to him about it.