Wizards of the Coast's generic science fiction roleplaying game that allows you to create any kind of science fiction world imaginable.
A diceless gaming system based on Roger Zelazny's novels.
Ars Magica (12)
Ars Magica is a fantasy role-playing game about covenants and magic, and the characters who must deal with them, and is set in a world very similar to Medieval Europe.
Call of Cthulhu (9)
CALL OF CTHULHU is both a horror roleplaying game and a line of fiction from Chaosium, based primarily upon the writings of Howard Phillips Lovecraft.
The Continuum RPG (and its sister game, Narcissist) is a time travel rpg somewhat rigourous in its science and in its believability. It requires a bit of math and bookkeeping, but is the most realistic time travel rpg.
Cyberpunk 2020 (8)
The original roleplaying game of the dark future; a world of corporate assassins, heavy-metal heroes and brain-burning cyberhackers, packed with cutting-edge technology and intense urban action.
Dark Conspiracy (1)
Dark Conspiracy is a fantasy role-playing game set in the very near future, set against a backdrop of a global economic collapse.
Das Schwarze Auge (4)
Dragon Storm (2)
A fantasy RPG by Black Dragon Press where necromancers control the fates of many.
Dungeons and Dragons (102)
Dungeons & Dragons is a traditional fantasy RPG published by Wizards of the Coast. The original Dungeons & Dragons, first published in 1974, is generally regarded as the beginning of modern role-playing games.
Earthdawn is set in a mythical past where the evil of the Horrors and their foul, corrupted servants stalk the world searching for victims.
Fading Suns (3)
Fading Suns is primarily a game about heroes and the dramatic conflicts they encounter, from palace intrigues to cliffhanging combats. It provides a framework for players to create games from any perspective they desire.
Gamma World (12)
The original Gamma World campaign setting was considered by many to be the definitive post-apocalyptic environment.
HarnWorld and HarnMaster (16)
HarnWorld (or, more correctly, H�rnWorld) is a highly realistic and richly detailed medieval environment for fantasy gaming, usable under any rules system (such as d20). HarnMaster is the system specifically designed for use in HarnWorld, and hence the best suited for it.
Hero Games (9)
Hero Games publishes "Champions" The Super Roleplaying Game. The Hero System is a multi genre roleplaying system. The only limits on the genres you can play are the limits of your own imagination.
ICE Games (45)
Websites devoted to the Rolemaster and Space Master Roleplaying games from ICE
In Nomine (2)
In Nomine is a modern roleplaying game in which the players take the part of celestial beings -- angels and demons -- as they struggle for control of humanity and themselves
Indie Games (18)
Roleplaying games that are created independently (hence "Indie") of the financial backing of a publishing company. These games generally have a small, or non-existent, budget and are often primarily available online.
James Bond 007 (1)
Everyone's seen the films. Some have read the novels. But did you know about the role playing game? Published by Victory Games in 1983 there are still some fan sites dedicated to it.
Kult is a modern day horror RPG, set in a world comparable to ours. In the setting of Kult, the world as we know it is a lie.
Lejendary Adventure (1)
Gary Gygax, creator of Dungeons and Dragons, has created a new and innovative RPG called Lejendary Adventure.
Marvel Super Heroes (3)
A now-defunct superhero roleplaying game based in the world of Marvel Comics. Characters are taken from Marvel's vast roster (Spider-man, the Fantastic Four, the Avengers, the X-men, etc.) or can be created by the player.
In shadowy alleys, hidden crypts, and wind-scarred plains, lies the bodies of those who fell seeking fortune in the world of Midian. Midian is a full-featured Dark Fantasy game. Socially-based, with a strong skill system, Midian emphasizes interactive game play and graphic action. As an Immersive Game World, the actions of each gaming group can affect the whole world. You are also free to carve your own space from the world with Midian's open-source system.
Palladium Games (23)
A Multiverse of alternate worlds where players can be superheroes, superspies, ninjas, knights of old or pilot spacecraft and giant mecha
West End Games' post-apocalyptic role-playing game of dark humor, Paranoia features a Big Brother-esque computer, mutants, secret societies, and high character mortality rates.
A "classic" dutch class/level rpg with some nice touches, like a fully functional magical language.
Chaosium's first roleplaying game, with an elegant percentile skill based system, innovative for its time. Now it is mainly memorable for its setting, Glorantha, a truly original Bronze Age fantasy world with its own unique and extensive mythology.
The year is 2060. Magic is as real as the mean streets of the mega-sprawls. Corporations call the shots while nailing each other through covert operatives in cutthroat competition.
Spycraft, the espionage rpg published by Alderac Entertainment Group, Inc in 2002. Arguably the best written d20 rule book ever...
Star Frontiers (1)
Star Frontiers was a science-fiction roleplaying game published by TSR, Inc. in the 1980s. It is currently out of print.
Star Trek (2)
Star Trek began as a unique television series created by Gene Roddenberry. It depicts a future in which humanity has overcome such traditional frailties as racism, poverty, intolerance, warfare and religious strife, and has united with other intelligent species in the galaxy.
Star Wars (10)
Prepare to clash with Trade Federation battle droids, droid starfighters, battle tanks, and numerous other enemies in Wizards of the Coast's Sci Fi RPG based on the popular movies.
Talislanta is both the rules system and the name of the fantasy setting developed by Stephan Michael Sechi and published by Bard Games in 1987. Currently published by Shooting Iron Design, the game is best known for its rejection of conventional fantasy character types, and its early advertising slogan "No elves".
Top Secret (3)
This category covers both versions of the Top Secret role playing game produced by TSR, Inc - Top Secret and Top Secret/S.I.
Torg takes place during the Possibility Wars, when extradimensional High Lords have invaded and transformed portions of the Earth into 'cosms' representing different gaming genres.
Traveller is a sci-fi RPG first published in 1977 by Game Designers' Workshop. Originally Traveller was intended to be a system for playing space-opera sci-fi adventures, in the same sense that Dungeons & Dragons is a system for fantasy adventures. However, a setting called the Third Imperium was detailed with the publication of following supplements and has become strongly identified with the game, such that to fans the name Traveller and the Third Imperium are synonymous.
Tunnels and Trolls (5)
Tunnels and Trolls is a fantasy system originally designed and self-published by Ken St. Andre in 1975. Currently published by Flying Buffalo Inc, T&T is known for its simple mechanics and for being the first roleplaying game with solo adventures.
Twilight 2000 (5)
Near-future game; portrays the adventures of American soldiers stranded in Europe after World War III.
World of Darkness (77)
World of Darkness is a gothic setting by White Wolf Game Studio, which includes the games Vampire, Werewolf, Mage, Wraith, Changeling, Hunter, and other games based on the Storyteller System.