What does the general population here think of playing a game of adventures? Exploring caves, cities and your crush's wardrobe alike?
A fairly simple classic RPG style game, think of Dungeons and Dragons or Pathfinder. Final Fantasy or any of its bazillion spin-offs and sequels.
You would be one in a group of misfits that somehow fit together in a tale of (most likely not) epic proportion, repelling whomever might decide to claim the name of Periwinkle and exploring areas on an adventure filled with oddities, references and possibly some humour for good measure.
I will provide you with a list of eligible class archetypes for you to choose from when making a character. You are bound by statistics, role and whatever it might offer you. But the shackles of whom your character is I leave up to you. Very similar to Dungeons and Dragons in that regard, but with a smaller scope in character abilities and more focus on the core of your archetype.
Don't expect any Spartan fire mages!
Most of the game will be played out in encounters and single-room areas. I.E. you are outside a house, there's a few things you can do here like enter the house. Inside the house you find a closet where Boogeyman is hiding, FIGHT! Something along those lines.
Encounters will change though, not all are the same and not every area has doors to open.
At that character development and plot development will be rather distant, the plot moves forward when the group decides to enter the house and not when Stanley comes out of the closet with his pyromania.
I'm mostly checking what kind of interest this might garner, setting and such is currently up in the air, although I wanted it to play out around the end of the victorian era. So between 1900 and 1914. This wouldn't limit the classes available though, just set the general idea for my own plot devices. Odds are you can, in fact, play a viking in the rather peaceful but suspicious pre-world war years.
No, it really doesn't matter to you as a player when it is set, it only dictates the structures, plot and society you might run into.
So I leave this to you now. Who's interested?