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Players sit or stand in circle. Each player gets a note with something they must include in their de-briefing. Then, in order, they start telling what they liked or didn't like about this LARP that's supposed to be just happened. Whatever a player says becomes true for everyone else. The last two players play the role of the organizers of the LARP.

It's a game inspired by nordic LARPs and I think it's by someone involved with jeepforms, but I'm not sure.

What's the name of this game?

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Do you know if this is a print product or not? (It sounds like it could easily be a homebrewed game made by a LARPer with a taste for meta.) – SevenSidedDie Jan 6 '13 at 18:22
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I've found it by chance.

The game is called Retrospect, by Even Tømte.
It's one of the 17 RPGs featured in the Norwegian Style anthology.

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