Close your eyes. When you open them, you find yourself lying in the dust in a vast deserted hall, clutching a journal which is empty, except for a title written on the cover- “Notes on The Unified Language from The Tower of Babel”.
Babel is a Wretched and Alone Journaling game based on Bruegel's painting of the Tower of Babel that uses a journal and recording device, block tower, deck of cards, letter tiles and a die to tell your story of self-discovery from within this legendary edifice.
'Babel is an absolutely gorgeous book. Vibrant colours, brilliant use throughout of inspirational artwork, and lovely clean layout. If you can manage to get a print copy, it’s a joy to flip through.
It’s also a very good game ... it draws a really clear connection between the artefacts of play and game’s themes: the tumbling block tower is the Tower of Babel, a set of letter tiles represent The Unified Language you seek, and you record your diary in a journal from which you tear the first five pages - the first piece of the mystery.' - Nick Bate
A5 sized, 20 pages, saddle stitched, full colour throughout.