Posted by Nathan P. on February 13, 2006
I have yet to see anyone make a solid statement for a published system that facilitates Sim play.
Anyone want to bite on this?
What kind of Sim does it support?
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Conquer the Horizon is Sim, but it may not be an RPG…
Vampire: The Masquerade, played strictly to the rules, is Sim.
For a completely different flavor of Sim, WUSHU is pretty solid. It’s pretty much completely Exploration of Color.
I’ve been playing damn simmy in Mike Holmes’ IRC Heroquest game. I don’t know if the system supports it or not, but the game-as-played certainly does.
Joshua – still on my list to play. I’ll let you know what I think.
Kirt – But what’s the Source? Played strictly by the rules, you ain’t gonna get Anne Rice.
Mark – I haven’t played. On the list it goes.
Fred – Yeh, but I’m looking for system support. You can always play Sim.
The old Morrow Project was pretty heavy sim. Very realism oriented post-apocalyptic scrabbling.
Can’t see the forest for the trees?
Gurps, Champions, Pendragon, James Bond, Buffy, Star Trek RPG, Runequest, Game of Thrones, Skyrealms of Jorune, and a plethora of others solidly support Sim play.
Sim is everywhere man.
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