The winner of the annual Game Chef competition was announced this week. Game Chef is a event in which authors are challenged to develop a playable draft roleplaying game in 9 days and based on a specific theme and using a particular set of ingredients. The theme this year was “last chance” and the ingredients “coyote”, “doctor”, “lantern”, “mimic”, and something randomly generated from forum posts.

The Game Chef competition is also known for an environment of mutual support and its cooperative judging model—where everyone who submits an entry is expected to review the submissions of others and some people submit games for review even though they don’t contain all the elements to qualify.

The winning submission this year was Ninety Minutes, a game by Matteo Turini in which one person plays Time and a father and son have their last chance to talk.