A downloadable game

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Mall Kids is a simple tabletop RPG about teens who work at a mall and the events that make up their daily lives. You won't be fighting monsters (probably) or saving captured royalty (most likely) but you will be interacting with your friends to collaboratively tell a story about how rebellious teens deal with the brute force of consumer-based capitalism.

Art for Mall Kids was done by Kaitlin Bruder. Find more of their amazing work at bruderkaitlin.com.

Check out Mall Kids played live, hosted by Go Jess and featuring author Matthew Gravelyn and Artist Kaitlin Bruder:


Mall Kids has also been featured in the following publications: 

  • The Beat: 5 tabletop RPGs you can learn and play in a night

Purchase

Buy Now$5.00 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $5 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Mall Kids - Full PDF.pdf 1 MB
Mall Kids Character Sheets.pdf 759 kB

Extras

Support this game at or above a special price point to receive something exclusive.

Community Copy

This is for those who want to engage with Mall Kids but the cost would cause financial hardship. For every copy of the game purchased at full price, a community copy is added for those who need it. Please take advantage of this if you need to, no questions or judgement. 

Buttons + PDF

Receive a pack of four 1" buttons with art from the game by artist Kaitlin Bruder. You also receive a digital copy of the game. Price includes shipping costs.

Physical Zine + PDF

Get a physical zine copy of Mall Kids mailed to you in addition to the digital copy. Price includes shipping costs. 

Physical Zine + Buttons + PDF

The best of both rewards! You'll receive a physical zine, a pack of buttons, and a digital copy of the game. Price includes shipping costs. 

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"Community copy" is a really cool idea!

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Thank you! There are a lot of folks in the indie TTRPG scene doing it that I learned it from. I think it's an amazing way to help those experiencing economic hardship enjoy games too.