Jeepform is a style of small, focused larp which evolved from the Danish freeform roleplaying and Nordic larp traditions. It differs from Danish freeform in that it is done "standing up" rather than around a table. It differs from theatre-style larp in that it explicitly adopts a narrativist stance and discourages immersion.
A typical Jeepform has between 3 and 8 players and a pre-defined story, typically a kitchen-sink or domestic drama. The story is often told using scenes or an act structure, with defined outcomes. There is usually extensive use of metatechniques, including flashbacks, monologues, and repetition.
- Jeep Dictionary: Immersion, Vi åker jeep. Retrieved 25 June 2015.