Unhealthy available for download!


Hey everyone!

It’s been a while since the last update. I’m changing my publishing schedule from once a fortnight to once a month, because in the last month I’ve taken on a new project that I’ve been focusing on. You’ll hear more about that project in later posts.

For May’s download, I am happy to present Unhealthy, the first full length play I am putting online in its entirety. Unhealthy premiered in a workshop production at the HERE Arts Center with an amazing cast (Caitlin Kinnunen, Allison Scagliotti, Chris Bellant, and Josh Breslow) and a remarkably talented director (Brandon Ivie).

Just click the image below to download for free!

unhealthy cover 1


Cover art by Tiahnan Trent.

Kulak featured at Tech@NYU Game Days. New play available to pre-order.


Komrade Studios is the game design company that created Kulak. The team consists of myself, David “Deckman” Coss, Seori Sachs, Graham Parkes, Chelsea So, Felicia Wong, and Andrew Chen.

And now we have a website: komradestudios.com

David Coss has been asked to give a speech about Kulak tomorrow (Friday) at NYU. If you’re interested in attending you can find information and RSVP here.

Oh, and there’s a new ten-minute play called Two Wizards Have A Conversation which will be available on Saturday. You can pre-order it right now though. And the next update will be a big one.

Two Wizards cover

Two Wizards Have A Conversation

Cover art by Tiahnan Trent.

Kulak, a dice game for peasants and profiteers


Hey everyone. We’re doing things a bit differently this fortnight.

Introducing Kulak.

a dice game for peasants and profiteers


Kulak is not a ten-minute play by any stretch of the imagination. It is however a dice game that you play with your buddies. It is a great game to play with a bunch of nice people, or a bunch of mean people. But when you mix those types together, things get a bit tricky.

Unfortunately, I do not have the resources to let you download dice and other materials, so this is only the rules and the cards, but if you like board games and you like to try new free things, this will be a perfect match!

As twitter user @JustASquid writes, “Screwing over your allies has never been this fun!”