Of Bodies is a 26 page rpg about post-humanity robots exploring their world and growing as they come to understand it. It's loosely PbtA, but customized to the point where I don't think I'd call it the same engine. The game can be played without ever touching the dice, but there's also dice and luck linked to some moves if your group wants to randomize what happens next.
To be clear, this is not a game about overcoming mechanical opposition. It's entirely within the players' power to just declare that they have all the resources they need to win any conflict.
However, it also has some extraordinarily cool mechanical flourishes, ones which I think would work on a crunchy game too.
For example, two major components of player characters are appendages and memories. Appendages are things like sensors or processors or mobile limbs. PCs can trade them between each other when they wish. Memories are parts of a character's composite identity, and they can be damaged.
There's also a complete sandbox scenario to get players started, and this is extremely welcome---especially in a setting that can feel kind of alien---and it adds lots of flavor.
I think for folks who like playing nonhuman characters, digging into character drama, and discovering things about the setting, Of Bodies is going to be a blast.
Alternately, for folks who already like the PbtA engine, this does a bunch of cool different things with it, and is worth checking out on those grounds alone.
-Page 3, para 1, "characters" character's
-Page 3, Divided Responsibilities, "protagonists interaction" protagonist's
-Page 9, World Card, "protagonists memories" protagonist's
-Page 10, Agenda, "protagonists life", "protagonists actions", protagonists' life, protagonists' actions
-Page 10, Moves, "when a protagonists interacts with it" protagonist
-Page 10, Moves, "obstacles difficulty" obstacle's difficulty
-Page 11, Locations, "locations name" location's
-Page 13, Preparing locations, "Character player will want" Character Players
-Page 13, Balancing Action, "the protagonists actions" protagonists'
-Some section headings are in caps, a lot aren't, and the inconsistency feels a little odd visually