Card game, 2008
First designed for The Portable Festival of Portable Art in 2008, Leaving Edmonton is a game about living in a mid-size city. To win, you'll need to collect the things you need for your new life, laying out your plans and risking losing your precious belongings. You'll also need to accumulate enough Resentment Points to get out.
Leaving Edmonton's rules are based on the framework proposed by Dvorak, with a simple turn structure and two types of cards: Things and Actions. Each turn, draw one card from the deck to add to your hand, and play up to one Thing and up to one Action, in either order. The rest is on the cards.
A few copies are still available here and there. In 2012 I moved back to Edmonton.