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It's summer and you are traveling together to this place you always go to with the people you always go with, there’s a feeling this is going to be the last time. This place is fading and you’re drifting apart. Remember the heyday and discover how things have changed.

Last Summer is a gm-less, storytelling, Descendent From the Queen game for three to six people about traveling, the memories we make, and how we drift apart. It is a game about the passage of time.

  • Discover who you were back home
  • Remember how it all started
  • Create memories of the heydays
  • Say goodbye to it all

Versão em português disponível de graça!


  • Você pode assistir um jogo actual play de Last Summer em português no canal Goblin Erudito


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In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $3 USD. You will get access to the following files:

LastSummer.pdf 10 MB

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Community copies are free on an honor system. Feel free to grab one if you aren't sure you can afford it, are a member of a marginilized community or playtested it with me. I'll add more as needed. 

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A little role-playing game in which we tell the story of the return of a group of friends to a town where they go every summer. This summer is probably the last time they come there, and they look at the place with nostalgia and sometimes regret. The whole thing is a game inspired by For the Queen, which I recommend to everyone, rogists and non-rogists alike, as its simplicity and short duration make it the perfect narrative game for everyone!




this game is absolutely beautiful! a perfect blend of melancholy and nostalgia, fulfilling in a quiet and bittersweet sort of way <3 i absolutely love it!!