Tokyo Brain Pop = Panty Explosion Perfect!
December 12, 2013
A few months ago we ran a contest to choose a new name for our game Panty Explosion Perfect. There were a lot of great suggestions and we ended up choosing Tokyo Brain Pop (suggested by Michael Sams). Our game takes place in Tokyo and is all about exploding brains using psychic powers, so the name was a perfect fit!
Tokyo Brain Pop is currently available as part of the current Bundle of Holding until December 24th and will be available from the Cel*Style store as a PDF and Book later this month!
What is Tokyo Brain Pop? Welcome to Atarashi high school, where schoolgirls with destructive psychic powers do battle against bloodthirsty ghosts, demon princes stalk the school halls and the only thing worse than losing your soul is letting your grades slip!
Tokyo Brain Pop is psychic school girl adventure game featuring an all female cast and a focus on shared narration and story building. The unique best Friend/Rival mechanic keeps all players at the table involved in the story! For 4-6 players, Teens and older.
Why the new name? While a lot of people enjoy PEP as it is, over the years lots of other people have told us they just don’t like the name of our game. In some cases it’s kept people from trying the game or sharing it with friends. So now we’ve decided to make the same game available under a different name. Now everyone can have the version of our game that they prefer.
Will there still be a game called Panty Explosion Perfect? Yes! Panty Explosion Perfect will remain available as booth a PDF and book. Tokyo Brain Pop and Panty Explosion Perfect will exist side by side. The sales information for each game will include the words “This game is also published under the name X”, along with a link to this post.
Why change the name now? Matt and I have resisted the idea of a name change in the past. Both of us like the name Panty Explosion and feel it suits the game well. At the same time, lots of people have told us that the name really has kept us from trying the game or sharing it with friends. So we’re listening to those people, and now with the name barrier removed we’re hoping everyone can enjoy our psychic school girl game.