In our community, we have a few designs that go through our review process and (for whatever reason) do not get approved or completed. We also have designs that do get approved but their creators are too busy to host them, and they are left unused. We also know from talking with some of our players that there is an interest in hosting approved designs to gain experience as a gamerunner before making your first original game, as that process might be intimidating. WIth that in mind, the "Adopt a Design" program aims to recover old designs that show a lot of potential and giving them to any player that might want them. Below is the current list of games waiting to be adopted: Playstation Mafia. 21 players, Normal. Originally created by Bronx-Man. The Devil is a Part Timer Mafia. 20 players, Normal. Originally created by MagnumBoy20xx. Games that have already been adopted: Scooby-Doo Mafia. 20 players, Normal. Originally created by Sawneeks, adopted by Aeleus. Super Mario Mafia. 11 players, Normal. Originally created by Grizzly, adopted by Fanto. Costume Party Mafia. 18 players, Unusual. Originally created by Fran, adopted by Natiko. To adopt a design, you need to do the following: Post in this thread with the title of the design you want to adopt, and the reason you are interested in it. Also let us know your contact information. At least your ResetEra and, preferably, Discord usernames are required, but more are welcome. The Scheduling Team will shortly add your design to the queue, with you as the person responsible for it. Please be aware that adopting a design may not mean you will immediately host it; there are many other games waiting to be run and it might take a few weeks or months until it is your turn. After that, you will receive a link to the design in form of a spreadsheet. Familiarize yourself with it, and keep the link in a safe place. Feel free to ask me any questions you might have about it. We will only show the designs to players after they have committed to host them because it would be problematic for players to look at each design, thus being unable to ever play in them as they would know which roles are in place, and then deciding not to adopt them. After adopting your design, you are prohibited from making any changes to it; the roles and any associated mechanics stay as they are. But you are free to write flavor text for it to make it more entertaining for your players. A lot of effort from many folks has been put into recovering these designs, and we hope they will all find new owners who appreciate them. Feel free to post below any comments you might have!