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Saturday 31 October 2020

Kids on Brooms - Free Edition $0.00

Kids on Brooms - Free Edition: $0.00
Publisher: Hunters Entertainment

Flying Brooms, Powerful Spells...



Kids on Brooms is a collaborative role-playing game about taking on the life of a witch or wizard at a magical school you all attend that uses the “Powered by Kids on Bikes” system, first used in the award wininng Kids on Bikes. Written and created by celebrated game designers Jonathan Gilmour (Dead of WinterKids on Bikes), Doug Levandowski (Gothic Doctor, Kids on Bikes), & Spenser Starke (Icarus, Alice is Missing) with the evocative art of Heather Vaughan (Beneath Nexus, Kids on Bikes), Kids on Brooms is a rules-light storytelling system that takes you on magical adventures.

Kids on Bikes is NOT required to play Kids on Brooms.

The Adventures of Kids on Brooms take place in magical schools filled with mystery, danger, and fantastical things like: 

  • Wielding wands, riding brooms, brewing potions, and casting powerful spells
  • Facing down mythical beasts and searching for school secrets

  • Making sure you hand your homework in on time

Kids on Brooms takes characters to their own magical schools, in a fantasy world where anything and everything *could* happen. 


Kids on Brooms - Free Edition allows a sample of this rules-light, narrative-first storytelling game using the "Powered by Kids on Bikes" system meaning that many players will feel right at home. Despite the added layers of fantasy this remains a game in which you can jump right into the action and start playing RIGHT NOW!

The fantastical and magical world is waiting to be explored… does your class have the resolve to unlock the mysteries?  Find out in this Free Edition before you buy!

Kids on Brooms - Free Edition

Price: $0.00

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