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Posted on June 4th, 2024

Free For All – NASA Unveils a Table Top RPG

Are you a gamer looking for an out-of-this-world Table Top Role-Playing Game experience? How cool would it be if you could combine gaming and science?! NASA has you covered in this month’s Free For All with its first TTRPG – The Lost Universe! In this exciting, action-packed TTRPG, adventures are tasked to uncover the mystery that has fallen upon the city of Aldastron on the planet Exalris.

The map of Aldastron will help you navigate through your adventure! (Credit: NASA)

In The Lost Universe, space researchers and the Hubble Space Telescope have disappeared and players are trying to uncover what was lost. The game is designed for four to seven level 10 players and is easily customizable for your favorite tabletop role-playing game system. In The Lost Universe, explorers take on a classic gaming villain while using and learning science skills to embark on a quest full of challenges to overcome and knowledge to learn about our universe. 

You can share your adventure and how it’s going by using the #NASATTRPG tag on social media and other online spaces. The game webpage has some neat downloadable content, including a map of Aldastron and an instructional booklet. This is sure to be the first of many awesome additions to NASA’s offerings.

Katie Nelson
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