Ashyfeet Entertainment designs games to engage, empower and stimulate the imagination. There’s no dress rehearsal for life, but there’s plenty of time to have fun.

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On your mark! Get set! Go!

Race around the forest collecting power snacks and learning basic addition! For ages 4-8, Forest run teaches kids basic math skills while having fun in a simple card game. Children and parents draw cards to see how far a forest animal runs along the board. Children intuitively understand the squirrel runs faster if he gets an acorn, so the game becomes much more thrilling than any set of flash cards. Has your child mastered basic addition? Flip the character cards over for Advanced play which introduces subtraction and the concept of zero. (Easy once you learn it, but kinda confusing if you think too hard about it. Thanks Egyptians!)

Forest Run lets children play their favorite woodland creature, introduces and reinforces math skills, is extremely portable and builds on the ‘herbivore / carnivore’ conversation. The art is fun, exciting and engaging. The game comes with modified rules to increase play difficulty. For younger players, parental supervision is strongly advised. For older kids, Forest Munch will provide hours of unsupervised fun.

Holdfast: Station

“We’re all going to make it off this rock someday – until then, we’re all in this together.”

Holdfast Station is a role-playing game in which you play characters in a grim, blue-collar community working and surviving on an asteroid mine in the far reaches of space. Play alternates between Events – moments of high drama, calamity and risk – and Cycles, when the community rebuilds and fortifies against future peril.

Holdfast Station is an innovative PbtA-based system that’s quick to set-up and play, with alternatively descriptive Tags and world building questions making session zero quick and set’s the tone of the game. Getting in is easy; getting out isn’t.

Play as a one-shot to save the day, or as a campaign to see your Holdfast thrive, survive or die.

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Shibuyan Knights

“We’re not just going to get out of here. We’re going to look good doing it!”

Shibuyan Knights is a role-playing game where you play Shonen style anime adventures in a steam-punk modern version of Tokyo, Japan. Based on the Forged in the Dark system, players choose their guilds or classes from Tinks, Arcane, Warriors, Brewers, Tsukijan Pirates, Monks or Roppongans. And for the record, it’s rude to assume all Roppongans are thieves because most are nice people. Do favors, build your reputation, and save the city of Shibuya.

Shibuyan Knights ships with evocative maps, NPC’s, spells, vehicles, mecha, magic items and weapons, and guidelines on how to build your own for the game. It scales easily from Rated G to PG-13 depending on the game you’re trying to play.

Click here to learn more about Shibuyan Knights

Click here to learn about the Guilds of Shibuya

Click here to learn about the City of Shibuya

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Alien Omen

I don’t know what these outer space aliens want, but they can’t have our town!

Alien Omen is a Forged in the Dark, Horror TTRPG that explores what happens to regular people when they come into contact with the terrifying reality that we’re not alone in the universe and ‘they’ want to take over Earth!

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A Comedy Horror TTRPG about a curious quartet of supernatural sleuths and their oddly clever canine.  Inspired by Beloging Outside Belonging mechanics, players save the day by doing goofy antics to power up their super moves. Very Scooby Doo-ish.

A horror comedy TTRPG for people who like their scary funny.  

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Gimme That!

A fun game of give and take. To win, finish with the most jewels. But nothing is that easy. Draw, steal, and skip as the game speeds up. 3 ticks on the table and it’s all over. A card game for 1 to 5 players.

Dragon Battle

“We found the dragon and he’s not happy.” Team up to defeat the dragon before he and his minions eat your party. A card game for 1-4 players or play in solo player mode.

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