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In certain areas, these games are banned — along with heavy metal music recordings — for fear that they might have a demonic influence on the kids who play them. The Satanic Panic causes a lot of hand-wringing, but the added notoriety seems to sell even more games and records than before. This changes in when the relatively inexpensive Nintendo Entertainment System reaches America, and Super Mario Bros. storms the nation. THE US LOOP heaving toward the digital horizon. The only cell phones anyone has at this point are the size and weight of a brick, and they usually come attached to a car. You have paper maps that no one can seem to fold back together, and you have your memories. The upside is that no one can reach you unless you want to be found, and the idea of someone tracking you using an array of satellites ringing the planet seems like something out of Star Trek.
The only apps anyone has come before dinner at your favorite restaurant. In America, you start school with kindergarten at the age of five. Grade school ranges from 1st through 5th or 6th grade, after which you go to middle school or junior high. High school usually starts with 9th grade and ends at 12th. Most kids go to public schools, which are free, although some parents pay tuition to send their kids to private schools instead. After high school, you head off to college or technical school — both of which you must pay for — or enter the job market straight away.
Divorce rates reached a peak in the s, leaving lots of kids living in single-parent homes. Most kids in such situations wind up living with their mothers. Sometimes they spend every other weekend with their fathers, who end up playing a smaller part in their lives. Almost all kids spend a good chunk of their waking hours in school. They tend to themselves, and sometimes younger siblings, until their parents get home from their jobs. In their spare time, many kids listen to tunes — including this new thing called rap music — on the radio or on cassettes. It started out as a town for the workers who labored on the Hoover Dam — which was originally known as the Boulder Dam. It was intended to be a model city for the area, but once the dam was finished, most of the businesses — and people — in the area moved off to Las Vegas or parts unknown instead. Most of the city went up between and , so by the start of the s, no building is over fifty years old.
Unlike most cities in Nevada, gambling is prohibited inside Boulder City, which makes it feel a bit more normal than gambling meccas like Las Vegas. Less than 10, people live in the city at the start of the s. By the end of the decade, there are about 12, in total. Everything is spread out over an area of square miles, giving everyone in the city plenty of room. The middle class lives below them, and the poorest people are at the bottom of the slope. The lots for homes at the top of the slope are spacious and friendly, but as you move down the slope, they become smaller and rougher. In the game, of course, Kids can be any race they like. The city sits on the eastern edge of the Pacific Time Zone UTC GETTING AROUND Most Kids walk around Boulder City or ride their bikes, but they can also grab a ride on the local bus 38 system, which even has intercity connections to Las Vegas.
Lots of Kids ride standard BMX-style bikes, but as they get older, they often move up to road bikes. Few people have even heard of mountain bikes at the time. During the winter, though, a die-hard few will venture inside for the daily hours of free play between and 5 PM. in your life — at least to keep you from being bored out of your mind — are your friends. Most Kids hang out in town instead. HANG OUT AT THE POOL As hot as Boulder City can be, many kids head straight to the city pool once school lets out. Some kids stick around until sunset, although most head home after 5 PM to join their families for dinner. The wealthier kids might have Nintendo Entertainment Systems or even an old Atari machine kicking around.
Others turn toward tabletop games which are cheap and endlessly renewable entertainment. Without a means of communicating with each other, most gamers have to figure out how to play the games themselves, rather than being taught. Miniatures games like Warhammer Fantasy Battles and Warhammer 40, become incredibly popular during this time, too. Kids spend hours painting their armies of lead figures and then pitting them against each other on dining room tables and disused ping-pong tables across the country. For kids that have cable, MTV is where they get their fix, but others are restricted to watching Friday Night Videos every week instead. This new art form popularizes music of all kinds, driving them to even greater heights of sales.
Most kids buy their music on cassettes. While the music CD debuts in , CD players cost hundreds of dollars at the time and only wind up attached to high-end audio systems for most of the s. INSIDE BOULDER CITY Kids who live in Boulder City spend most of their time there. If their parents like the big city, the Kids might get hauled off to Las Vegas for shopping trips, concerts, or shows. If they like the great outdoors, they might visit the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area on the far side of Las Vegas, or they could even take a day trip to the Grand Canyon. THE BOULDER THEATER The Boulder Theater is the center of the downtown shopping district. THE BOULDER DAM HOTEL This sun-bleached small hotel once housed important people visiting the dam when it was being built. Still, important outsiders often stay here because of its central location.
The Elks Club purchased the place in , and turned the terminal into its clubhouse. Some kids claim the airstrip still gets used by secret government planes traveling in the dead of night, but no one has any actual proof. BOULDER BOWL This 8-lane bowling alley opened in , and still feels like a throwback to that time. Kids often come here to kill some time in the air conditioning. LAKE MEAD Lake Mead is an artificial lake created by the construction of the Hoover Dam to block the Colorado River, which forms the local border between Nevada to the west and Arizona to the east.
It was built and operated by the US Bureau of Reclamation, a division of the Department of the Interior, which is still one of the biggest employers in Boulder City. The massive concrete structure stretches over 1, feet across the Black Canyon, and stands over feet from the top to bottom. It runs from the mouth of the Grand Canyon all the way to the Hoover Dam. People from Boulder City head east on Highway 93 until they reach Lakeshore Road, from which they can reach the Las Vegas Boat Harbor, the Boulder Beach Campground, and Boulder Beach. AREA 51 In the s, aliens supposedly landed in this legendary part of the Nevada Test and Training Range run by the US Air Force, although no evidence of this has ever been produced. It sits over 80 miles north-northwest of Las Vegas, out past the Nevada Test Site, where the US military used to test atomic bombs.
NUCLEAR TESTING In the s, casinos in downtown Las Vegas actually advertised suites from which visitors could watch the glow from the nuclear explosions light up the night. VALLEY OF FIRE STATE PARK Just west of the northernmost tip of Lake Mead sits the Valley of Fire, so named for the red sandstone formations that jut out of the desert floor. Native Americans known as the Anasazi once lived here, and the petroglyphs they left behind can still be found on sheltered walls and inside caves. LAS VEGAS AND BEYOND A wider world awaits beyond the borders of Boulder City. Heading west on Highway 93 brings you to Henderson, Nevada, and some 14 miles beyond that lies Las Vegas. This is the largest city in Nevada, and you can see the lights from its casinos blazing through the desert sky all night long. THE STRIP The Strip is a series of world-famous casinos that sit along South Las Vegas Boulevard.
President Eisenhower ordered the development of the Department of Advanced Research into Teleportation DART to oversee the project. Most outsiders assumed it was the Department of Advanced Research and Technology, and no government official ever dared correct them. The fact that Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam have become tourist destinations for people visiting nearby Las Vegas causes the DART security team fits at times, but others see that as conveniently providing cover for them to indulge in their most paranoid fantasies about spies and other potential breaches. It runs deep underneath all of Boulder City, encompassing a large chunk of the municipality within its circumference.
No one is allowed into any DART facilities without the proper credentials being presented at the main offices, which are located in a high-fenced compound that sits next to the golf course on the outskirts of town. Some people have noticed a number of Swedish scientists are regularly roaming in and out of town, staying at local hotels. No Kids are allowed inside the DART Loop, not even on Take Your Kid to Work Day. With the right tools, someone might be able to sneak down into the tunnels beneath the city, and maybe even get into the main headquarters before they were detected.
A faint tune hummed from within the sphere when the wind resonated between the steel walls. Kalle and Olof immediately ran inside and started shouting to test the echo. A pair of nervous ospreys wheeled above the sphere. I remained outside, reminded of that first day there with my grandfather. Thinking back on it now I realize that this is probably my first memory of experiencing nostalgia. Each player creates a Kid. The process is shown stepby-step and then explained more thoroughly. There are four pre-made Kids at the end of this book. These can be used to start playing immediately, without having to create characters for the game. Choose your Type. Decide your age, from 10 to 15 years. Distribute a number of points equal to your age in the four attributes, 1 to 5 points in each. Determine your number of Luck Points, equal to 15 minus your age. Distribute 10 points in skills. You may take up to level 3 in the three key skills of your Type.
For other skills, a starting skill level of 1 is the maximum. Pick an Iconic Item. Pick a Problem. Pick a Drive. Pick a Pride. Define your Relationships to the other Kids and to the NPCs. Select an Anchor. Name your Kid. Write a short description. Choose your favorite song. DO THIS TOGETHER: TYPES Choose which Type your Kid is. There should preferably only be one Kid of each Type in the group. You speak with mad poets and discuss the meaning of life with philosophers who died hundreds of years ago. You have secret rendezvous at Alpine peaks and shootouts with Russian agents.
In real life, you wish that your pimples would not show as much as they do, and you long for the day you will leave this place, so that your real life can truly begin. Who cares what all the others think? that horrible teenager Peter. She thinks they are aliens. The smell of corn and the grateful sounds that the cows make at morning milking have been a part of your life since you were born. You know how to build and repair an engine, how to drive a tractor, and how to hunt and slaughter animals. Richards] asked me if we could help her out on her boat this weekend. I wish I could help him. Nothing beats the feeling of a perfect shot, the aching muscles after training, and the companionship with teammates. You wish everything in life was as easy. training session and asked the coach if we wanted to take part in some kind of medical experiment, but I could tell she was lying about something.
I wonder what they are up to? I talked to him and he said something horrible is happening at Svartsjölandet. When that song had finished playing, you had found a home. You are an insane hard rocker who is high on life and play music so loud that the windows crack. In any case, you wish it would be like that. Your classmates are afraid of you or look up to you, the teachers hate you, and everybody is nagging you to change. When life turns on you, humiliates you, and hurts you, there is only one thing to do. Fight back. I actually like him, though he keeps talking about how the owner of the company NAAB [NAI] destroyed his life and the lives of many others. You want the world to see that you are different. One day you will outshine them all. She hates all grownups. Now he has disappeared.
Choose your age freely. Your age affects your attribute score and the amount of Luck Points you have, but also how you picture the Kid in your mind and how you play the character. YOUR BIRTHDAY: Determine freely what the date of your birthday is. The attributes are: body, tech, heart and mind. The attribute scores range from 1 to 5, and correspond to the number of dice that you roll when you try to overcome Trouble. CHOOSING YOUR AGE As you have noticed, being older means higher attribute scores but fewer Luck Points. Higher attribute score mean you will always be better at certain actions, while more Luck Points make you more versatile. STARTING SCORES: Distribute points equal to your age in the four attributes. Your starting score can be no higher than 5 in any attribute. You need to take at least 1 in each attribute. When you turn a year older, you gain another attribute point to spend. You can spend it on any attribute you like, but no attribute score can ever go above 5.
When you turn 16 years old, you are no longer a Kid for the purposes of this game. Time to make a new character. GROWING OLDER: LUCK POINTS The so-called Luck Points are something you can use to overcome Trouble more easily — they give you the chance to re-roll dice. In this game, younger Kids are luckier than older ones. You start the game with a number of Luck Points equal to 15 minus your age. Your Luck Points are replenished at the beginning of every session. You cannot save Luck Points from one session to another and you can never go above your starting number. When you turn a year older, your maximum number of Luck Points is permanently reduced by one. SKILLS Each attribute has three connected skills. These are areas where the Kid can be well trained. The level of a skill varies between 0 and 5, and corresponds to how many dice you can add to the dice roll when you try to overcome Trouble, in addition to the dice from your attribute. At the start of the game, you distribute 10 points among your skills.
ITEMS Some Items can be useful to overcome Trouble. Items can give a bonus to the dice roll, from extra dice to roll. To get a bonus from an Item, it must be obvious how it is of use to you. The Gamemaster should disallow unreasonable attempts to use Items. This can be a stick in the woods, a Coke bottle or a notepad. The Gamemaster decides which objects are Items that give a bonus and which are just props. ICONIC ITEM You start the game with one Iconic Item; it works just like other Items, but it also says something about who you are. This Item gives two bonus dice in a situation where it can be used to help you to overcome Trouble. The Iconic Item will not disappear or break whatever happens, unless you want it to. The Iconic Item cannot be used by other Kids. GAINING NEW ITEMS You may find or build things, or train Creatures, to get new Items during a Mystery. Often, Items that can be encountered are described in the Mystery. LOSING ITEMS Between Mysteries, all Items are lost except the Iconic Item.
Inventions break, domesticated animals run away or die, the police collect a runaway robot. If you want to keep an Item, you may choose to replace your Iconic Item. If you play a Mystery Landscape Chapter 7 , the Gamemaster decides if the Items are deleted at the end of every session or on special occasions that mark a transition from one part of the story to another. PROBLEM All Kids have a Problem. You may have kept yours to yourself or told the other Kids. The Problem is a part of Everyday Life, something that worries you. During the game, the Gamemaster will use the Problem to put you in Trouble. If you solve the Problem, then you must pick a new one before the next Mystery.
You should choose a Problem that you want to explore during the Mysteries. It helps you to understand your Kid, and makes it easy to start a new Mystery; whatever happens, the Kids will want to figure it out. You may change your Drive between Mysteries. PRIDE Every Kid has a Pride, something that makes you feel strong, important, and valuable. Pride may be well known to the group, or a secret. The Gamemaster should use the Pride to put you in Trouble by setting up scenes that highlight or threaten the Pride. A classmate turns out to be as good or better than you at school. Dad is losing his job at the fire station. An animal is tormented. Pride is also a tool for you to understand and play your Kid. Problem and Pride may interact, and Pride can even become a Problem, but it may also be two separate things. You can change your Pride between Mysteries.
Once per Mystery, you may check your Pride to get one automatic success in a dice roll. You can check your Pride after a failed roll, or even after a successful roll in order to get an extra success page You must explain how your Pride helps you. If the Mystery takes several sessions to play, or if the group plays the Mystery Landscape, Pride may be checked once every session. EXAMPLE The Gamemaster: The hole in the ground is dark and damp, and you hear something echoing down there. When you lean in over the hole, it sounds like laughter. Mad mechanical laughter. Player 1 Olle : I back away from the hole. The Gamemaster: Roll sneak. This is best done together with the other players. The Relationships can be changed between Mysteries as the Kids are affected by what happens. You should also choose two Relationships to NPCs. The NPCs that are mentioned in the Type descriptions are part of the Mystery Landscape Chapter 7.
If you want to write your own Relationships and NPCs, you need to do it together with the Gamemaster, so that those NPCs can easily be connected to the Locations in the Mystery Landscape. The NPC Relationships are meant to be a connection between the Kids and the strange things that will start happening as the game is played. If the group has decided to play only pre-written Mysteries and not use the Mystery Landscape, the THE KIDS Gamemaster can let the players create NPC Relationships that are part of Everyday Life and not connected to Locations. These Relationships are used to set scenes from Everyday Life. ANCHOR All Kids have an Anchor, a person that you can go to for support, comfort and care. It can be a friend, a parent, a teacher or a neighbor. It cannot be another Kid.
If you suffer from one or more Conditions below , you can spend a scene with your Anchor and heal all Conditions. You must allow the Anchor to take care of you, and there must be a physical or mental closeness between you. The Gamemaster is not allowed to put you in Trouble in this scene. Player 1 Olle : I need to heal my Conditions. The Gamemaster: Cool, what do you do? Player 1: My Anchor is my father, so I seek him out. The Gamemaster: What do you usually do to get close to each other? Player 1: We talk sports.
The Gamemaster: What are your conditions? Player 1: Upset and Scared. The Gamemaster: Okay, your father is sitting in front of the TV watching a game when you find him. He sits slouched, with a beer in his hand and a stern look on his face. He nods without looking away from the TV. The Gamemaster: What makes him understand that you are Upset and Scared? Player1: Probably my posture. The Gamemaster: He turns off the TV and looks at you. You decide how much you want to play out your Conditions in the scenes. The Gamemaster can help you by asking questions: How do you feel? In what way are you Upset? These can be used to raise skills. It costs five XP to raise a skill by one level, and 5 is the maximum level in any skill. Read more about XP in Chapter 6.
When you try to overcome Trouble but fail, or if you push a dice roll Chapter 5 , you may be forced to take a Condition. There are five Conditions, and the first four are mild: Upset, Scared, Exhausted and Injured. The exact interpretation of a Condition can vary, and may need to be adapted to the situation at hand. You decide what Condition to take in a given situation, and you get a -1 on all dice rolls until it is healed. Additional Conditions are cumulative; two Conditions give -2 on all dice rolls. If all four mild Conditions are marked and you take another Condition, you are Broken. If you get Broken, something really bad has happened.
You are mentally or physically hurt, and you will automatically fail all dice rolls until healed. Give your Kid a name, choosing from the premade options or coming up with your own. You should also write down things that you find useful when you are going to play the Kid in game, such as how she talks and moves, what clothes she wears, and so forth. FAVORITE SONG Choose your favorite song from the s. Try to pick a song that says something about who your Kid is. Your choice of favorite song has no mechanical effect. THE KIDS HIDEOUT The Kids have a Hideout together, where they can be alone and safe. The players should agree on what their Hideout is, and where it is located. The Gamemaster may not let NPCs find the Hideout unless the Kids show it to them.
The Gamemaster may not put you in Trouble while you are in the Hideout, but you can put yourself into Trouble there, for example by arguing with another Kid. You can heal your Conditions in the Hideout in the same way as with using the Anchor. This requires that two or more of the Kids are present, and that they are physically or mentally close to each other, for example, hugging, telling secrets or stories or comforting one another. All Kids share the same Hideout. QUESTIONS After all players have created a Kid, and before the game starts, the Gamemaster will ask a number of questions of you. You should answer them as honestly as you can, and from the perspective of your Kids.
The Gamemaster chooses questions from the list directed at the Kids, and distributes them one at a time, and from the list of questions addressed to the whole group. It is the responsibility of the Gamemaster to ensure that all players get to answer questions and gets roughly the same amount of focus. What do you think about them? In terror, we watched as the robot twirled around with shocking speed, and we saw how it moved across the entire glade in a second, like a lightning-fast spider. Trouble is something that prevents Kids from doing something; it can be a bad thing about to happen or a possibility fraught with danger.
Trouble is woven into the conversation and described by the Gamemaster as people and creatures doing things, or as something happening. The Gamemaster asks you how you react, and you may try to overcome it somehow, or ignore it and let it happen. EXAMPLE The Gamemaster: You sneak into the school through the open door. It is quiet, and the moon that shines through the windows is the only light. The Gamemaster: Just as you pass the chemistry class, you hear footsteps in the corridor from around the corner. Someone is coming, and will see you in a few seconds. Player 1: Oh crap! Now you have the chance to tell him how you really feel about him. If you get a Condition that is already checked, you must choose another one to check. The Gamemaster may ask for more details if she thinks the situation is unclear, or may ask you to change your mind if you are trying to do something that is impossible. Grab a number of dice equal to your score in the attribute you use.
Then add more dice equal to your level in the corresponding skill. Every six rolled is a success. In most cases, only one success is needed to overcome Trouble. You may use your Iconic Item for a dice roll, when appropriate the Gamemaster has final say. It gives you two extra dice to roll. You can also use your Pride, once per Mystery. It gives you an automatic success. You can activate the Pride after a failed roll, or even after a successful roll to add a success. TYPICAL TROUBLE WITH THREAT OF A CONDITION Your big brother tries to wrestle you down in front of your classmates. You risk being Upset. If it crashes, you are all Injured. If they find you, they will Scare you.
If you keep listening, you will be Scared. Player 3 Dennis : I pick it up. Do I understand what it says? The Gamemaster: Not without studying it at the library. Player 3: Okay, I place it in my backpack and bicycle over to the school library. A while later, I sit at a table covered in books. The Gamemaster: Roll comprehend. Player 3: I have mind 4 and comprehend 3, for a total of seven dice. Rolls the dice. I get a 6, which means success! The Gamemaster: When you open a book about Pharaohs, you realize that these are Egyptian hieroglyphics. The tablet must have traveled through some kind of portal from another time. It tells about a monster with shiny, hard skin and long, two-fingered hands that can easily lift a grown man. Player 3: Do I get what that means? LUCK You can spend a Luck Point after a failed dice roll. A Luck Point lets you reroll failed dice, without needing to push. You cannot go back to the earlier result. You cannot spend more than one Luck Point on a single dice roll.
Your maximum number of Luck Points is equal to 15 minus your age. Your Luck Points are replenished after each play session. You cannot save them between sessions. You might be trying to do something almost impossible, such as persuading your mother to let you go outside even though the garden is full of crazy robots, or jumping from a bridge down onto a car passing at full speed. This may require two or even three successes. The Gamemaster should only demand more than one success in the most extreme cases. This is not the case in Tales From the Loop. Instead, each action or intention is resolved with one single dice roll. Let the dialogue decide what happens and what seems reasonable. In the end, the Gamemaster has the final say about what seems plausible. Trouble Successes Required Difficult Normal 1 Extremely Difficult 2 Almost Impossible 3 ANSWERING QUESTIONS Some skills let you ask questions of the Gamemaster.
The Gamemaster must answer them truthfully, and with as much detail as seems possible in the situation. You have overcome Trouble, and should not be given vague or half-truth answers. EXAMPLE Player 1 Olle : Dad, have you been cheating on mom? Go to your room! Not one more word of this nonsense. The Gamemaster: Roll empathize. Player 1: Success. Let´s see… I want to know if he´s lying, and I want to know what he feels. The Gamemaster: Oh, he is absolutely lying. Such effects are described for each skill. The same effect can be bought several times. The Gamemaster decides which effects, if any, are suitable in any given situation. They are a means of getting more than you asked for. EXAMPLE Player 2 Anita : I roll force to wrestle my brother to the ground. Three sixes! Can I buy effects? On June 2, , we launched a new boxed Starter Set for the RPG. The facility was complete in , located deep below the pastoral countryside of Mälaröarna.
The local population called this marvel of technology The Loop. In this roleplaying game, you play teenagers in the late Eighties, solving Mysteries connected to the Loop. Choose between character Types such as the Bookworm , the Troublemaker , the Popular Kid and the Weirdo. Everyday Life is full of nagging parents, never-ending homework and classmates bullying and being bullied. Explore the secrets of the Loop in two main game settings — one based on the Swedish Mälaren Islands, the other on Boulder City, Nevada. The Mysteries let the characters encounter the strange machines and weird creatures that have come to haunt the countryside after the Loop was built. The kids get to escape their everyday problems and be part of something meaningful and magical — but also dangerous.
The acclaimed artist, concept designer and author of the art books Tales from the Loop , Things from the Flood and The Electric State Simon Stålenhag is best known for his highly imaginative images and stories portraying illusive sci-fi phenomena in mundane, hyper-realistic Scandinavian landscapes expanded into America in his latest book The Electric State. During his years as a game writer, Nils Hintze has written a great number of scenarios, articles and reviews, as well as being the main author of critically praised and award winning Tales from the Loop roleplaying game.
Previously he has written plays for theatre groups. Nils is educated in creative writing, but he normally works as a psychologist. Free League Publishing is the international name of Swedish game and book publisher Fria Ligan. Our first international game, Mutant: Year Zero , co-published with Modiphius Entertainment, was awarded a Silver ENnie for Best Rules at Gencon Last year Tales from the Loop won five Gold ENnies including Best Game and Product of the Year as well as three Golden Geek awards. We have also created and published Coriolis — The Third Horizon , Forbidden Lands and Alien — The Roleplaying Game START TV SERIES GET THE GAME OVERVIEW THE GAME REVIEWS THE TEAM START TV SERIES GET THE GAME OVERVIEW THE GAME REVIEWS THE TEAM.
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