You can learn about our various games elsewhere on this site, but below is an easy listing of ALL our published games with ISBNs and links to their publishers.
The online resources listed below are restricted-access only. For the Game Library (university instructors only), please create an account to request access, and it will be reviewed by our staff. For the Faculty Lounge (instructors, preceptors, and authors only), please apply to join by filling out the short form on Facebook.
Reacting Game Library: the restricted-access instructor site where affiliated faculty can download student and instructor's materials for many games in the "Reacting to the Past" series, including all instructor's materials for published games. Some unpublished games under review can be downloaded freely by college instructors, although many (Levels 3 and 4) require an active individual or institutional membership to be accessed.
Please refer to the Game Library Access Protocol document for a detailed explanation of the pathways by which an individual may gain unrestricted access to the library.
Faculty Lounge on Facebook: A group for instructors, student preceptors, and game authors interested in discussing "Reacting to the Past" games. Posts can only be seen by other group members.
"Reacting to the Past" on Twitter: Be sure to follow us on Twitter and help spread the word about the power of Reacting!
"Reacting to the Past" YouTube Channel: Watch streaming videos produced by the Consortium and link to RTTP content from faculty and students at affiliated campuses.
The Big Lists
Browse the Big List of Reacting Games (BLORG): The BLORG is the full list of all Reacting to the Past games at each of the five stages of development.
Review the Big List of Reacting Presentations and Publications (BLORPP): The BLORPP is a list of all the Reacting-related conference presentations, publications, blogs, articles, and essays that we've been able to gather since 2016. Soon, the BLORPP will be publicly available for you to add to.
Community members Amy B. Curry and Terri Nelson have been organizing a living document of Frequently Asked Questions for instructors that combines the best practices of many of our colleagues into a living document that you can consult and contribute to! If you have a question you'd like to pose to the Hive Mind, contact Professors Curry and/or Nelson.