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Board Games
2nd Fleet
3rd Fleet
5th Fleet
Air Superiority
Anima
Attrition
The Battles of Waterloo
Badlands
Cranium Wow You're Good
Crimson Skies
Dungeons and Dragons
Dungeon Quest
Great Battles of Alexander
Munchkin Hopper
Runebound
The Sword and the Flame
 

 

Role Playing Games (RPG)
Although each RPG has it's own dice rules for combat and standard play,
a full set of dice makes role playing that much better.
  • 2300 AD by Game Designers' Workshop
  • The 23rd Letter by Crucible Design - a modern day game of psychics and conspiracies
  • 3D&T by Talismã - a Brazilian generic system, turned to anime-style campaigns
  • a/state by Contested Ground Studios
  • Aberrant by White Wolf, Inc. - super-hero characters in the near future, part of the Trinity series
  • Absolute Zero by Undecided Studios - Freeform customizable system
  • Action! System by Gold Rush Games - a generic open gaming system with a cinematic feel, similar to Fuzion
  • Advanced Dungeons & Dragons - see also Dungeons & Dragons
  • Adventure! by White Wolf, Inc. - a pulp adventure, part of the Trinity series
  • The Adventures of Indiana Jones Role-Playing Game by TSR, Inc.
  • Adventurers of the North - Kalevala Heroes (a.k.a. ANKH)
  • After The Bomb by Palladium Books
  • Aftermath! by Fantasy Games Unlimited
  • Against the Darkness by Tabletop Adventures, LLC - Vatican Conspiracy and Horror
  • Agone (French) - edited in French by Multisim Editions and translated in English by Multisim Editions
  • AIF by NastiDyne - a free SF RPG
  • Albedo - Based on the furry comic book series, Erma Felna by Steve Gallacci
  • Algonquin Wilderness School - a play-by-post RPG about a modern wilderness school for troubled teens
  • Aliens by Leading Edge Games
  • All Flesh Must Be Eaten by Eden Studios, Inc. - Zombie survival horror game
  • Alpha Omega: The Beginning and The End by Mind Storm Labs, LLC
  • Alshard (Japanese) - fantasy with mecha like Final Fantasy
  • Alshard Gaia (Japanese) - a contemporary fantasy with Alshard system
  • Alternate Worlds RPG by Alternate Worlds Publishing
  • Alternity by TSR, Inc.
  • Amazing Engine by TSR, Inc.
  • Amber Diceless Roleplaying - based on the works of Roger Zelazny
  • Anima: Beyond Fantasy - a collaboration of Eastern and Western developers RPG with anime-style artworks
  • Angel - a spin-off of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer game
  • Arduin by David A. Hargrave - the first cross-genre RPG
  • Aria
  • Arianrhod RPG (Japanese) - MMORPG-like
  • Arkéos by Extraordinary Worlds Studio - Pulp adventure
  • Ars Magica by Lion Rampant (editions 1 & 2), White Wolf, Inc. (edition 3), Atlas Games (editions 4 & 5)
  • AssassinX by E.N. Publishing - violent adventure
  • Atlantis: The Second Age - by Morrigan Press
  • Avant Charlemagne by François Nédelec (French) - early Middle-Age
  • Axiom16 (Bulgarian)
  • Babylon 5 by Mongoose Publishing
  • Babylon Project - Based on the Babylon 5 TV franchise
  • Basic Role-Playing by Chaosium - role-playing game system
  • Battleaxe by Sixteen Coal Black Horses - fantasy role-playing
  • BattleDragons by Spartacus Publishing - play as dragons in a fantasy world
  • Battlelords of the 23rd Century by SSDC, Inc.
  • Battlestar Galactica Role Playing Game by Margaret Weis Productions, Ltd - based on the SciFi TV series
  • Beyond the Supernatural
  • Big Bang Comics RPG
  • Big Eyes, Small Mouth by Guardians of Order - anime-based RPG
  • Bitume by Croc (French - post-apocalyptic, Mad Max-like)
  • Bliss Stage by TAO games - Mecha game taking place 7 years after the adults of the world fell asleep
  • Blood Dawn by SSDC, Inc.
  • Blood of Heroes
  • Bloodlust (French), edited by Asmodée Editions
  • Blue Planet by Biohazard Games
  • Blue Rose by Green Ronin
  • Boot Hill by TSR, Inc. - Wild West adventure
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer - based on the TV show of the same name
  • Bunnies and Burrows
  • Bureau 13: Stalking the Night Fantastic by Tri Tac Games
  • The Burning Wheel - high fantasy
  • Bushido by Fantasy Games Unlimited - samurai RPG
  • Cadwallon by Rackham
  • Call of Cthulhu by Chaosium - based on the works of H. P. Lovecraft
  • Cartoon Action Hour by Spectrum Games
  • Castles & Crusades by Troll Lord Games - OGL System fantasy RPG
  • Castle Falkenstein - steampunk fantasy
  • Catgirl Avengers - Furry/anime humor RPG
  • Champions by Hero Games
  • Changeling: The Dreaming (original World of Darkness)
  • Changeling: The Lost (new World of Darkness)
  • Children of the Sun by Misguided Games
  • Chill
  • Chivalry and Sorcery
  • Chronicles System - Steampunk fantasy, Freely distributed skill-based d100 system
  • Les Chroniques d'Erdor, edited by Boite a Polpette - an unusual French RPG of oneiric fantasy using a 54 card deck
  • Circe by Bryce Harrington
  • City of Heroes by Eden Studios, Inc. - the tabletop companion to the City of Heroes MMORPG.
  • Cliffhanger by Fantasy Games Unlimited - 1930s adventure
  • La Compagnie de glaces (French) - post-apocalyptic, from the novels of G.-J. Arnaud
  • Cold City by Contested Ground Studios
  • Conan Role-playing Game by TSR, Inc., a GURPS game by Steve Jackson Games, and an OGL System game by Mongoose Publishing
  • Conspiracy X by Eden Studios, Inc. - extraterrestrials, UFOs, and government coverups
  • Contenders by Prince of Darkness Games - award winning game revolving around the lives of boxers
  • C°ntinuum - time travel adventure
  • Core Command by Dream Pod 9
  • Corporation the Roleplaying Game by Core Games Publishing
  • CORPS by Blacksburg Tactical Research Center
  • Corum - an addendum to the Stormbringer RPG (aka Elric!)
  • Cosmic Synchronicity by Joseph Teller
  • Covenant by Realms Publishing
  • CthulhuTech by Wildfire, this is H.P. Lovecraft's horror with Mecha and Anime influences.
  • Cursed Empire by Chris Loizou - dark fantasy. Formerly known as Crimson Empire
  • Cybergeneration by R. Talsorian Games - alternate setting for Cyberpunk 2020
  • Cyberpunk 2013 by R. Talsorian Games - out of print and superseded by Cyberpunk 2020
  • Cyberpunk 2020 by R. Talsorian Games - based on the mirror shades authors
  • Cyberpunk 203X by R. Talsorian Games
  • Cyberspace by Iron Crown Enterprises
  • Cyborg Commando by New Infinities, Inc.
  • Cyno's Role-Play
  • D6 System by West End Games - in-house system, based on the Star Wars RPG
  • d20 Future by Wizards of the Coast - generic futuristic game using the d20 System
  • d20 Modern by Wizards of the Coast - generic modern game using the d20 System
  • d20 Past by Wizards of the Coast - generic historical game using the d20 System
  • d20 System - based on Dungeons & Dragons 3rd Edition rules
  • Danger International by Hero Games - espionage adventure
  • Dangerous Journeys by E. Gary Gygax, published by Game Designers' Workshop
  • Daredevils - pulp era mystery
  • Dash-in Dungeons by Wednesday Night Games - fast-play fantasy RPG
  • Dark Conspiracy by Games Designers' Workshop
  • Dark Continent - colonial African horror
  • The Dark Eye - Germany's most popular RPG, known in Germany as Das Schwarze Auge
  • Dark Heresy, the Warhammer 40,000 Roleplay Game by Black Industries
  • DC Heroes by Mayfair Games
  • DC Universe Roleplaying Game by West End Games
  • Dead Inside - a small-press RPG where the characters attempt to rebuild their lost souls through selfless and noble actions (and get superhuman powers along the way)
  • Deadlands: Lost Colony by Pinnacle Entertainment Group
  • Deadlands: The Weird West by Pinnacle Entertainment Group, GURPS version by SJGames
  • Deeds of Valor by Swordmaster
  • Deliria: Faerie Tales for the New Millennium by Phil Brucato, published by Laughing Pan Productions
  • Demon: The Fallen (original World of Darkness)
  • Diana: Warrior Princess by Marcus Rowland
  • Diomin by OtherWorld Creations
  • The Doctor Who Role Playing Game by FASA - based on the 1963-89 run of the BBC television series
  • Doctor Who (role-playing game) by Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd - based on the 2005-Present BBC television series
  • Dogs in the Vineyard by Lumpley Games - loosely based on the Mormon State of Deseret in pre-statehood Utah
  • Dominion Rules - an open-source fantasy twelve-sided-die-based RPG encouraging the creation of new skill, spells, beasts and rules and featuring an innovative combat system
  • Donjon by Clinton R. Nixon, Donjon Anvilwerks
  • Don't Rest Your Head by Evil Hat Productions
  • Double Cross - Superhero (Japanese)
  • DragonMech - a cross between fantasy and mecha
  • DragonNet - a free open-source fantasy RPG system
  • DragonQuest - a now out-of-print RPG, suppressed by TSR
  • DragonRaid by Dick Wulf - a Christian RPG
  • Dragonstar - where science fiction and fantasy blend
  • Dragon Warriors - an easy-to-use RPG system published in paperback format
  • Drakar och Demoner (Dragons and Demons) - Swedish fantasy RPG
  • Draug - Norwegian RPG set in 1801, based on the FUDGE engine.
  • Dread: The First Book of Pandemonium by Rafael Chandler
  • Dreaming Cities - an urban fantasy game by Guardians of Order for the Tri-Stat system
  • Duelist System by Undecided Studios - Martial Arts role-playing system
  • Dungeons & Dragons - created by Dave Arneson and E. Gary Gygax, further editions by TSR, Inc. and Wizards of the Coast
  • Dying Earth - based on the stories of Jack Vance
  • Dzikie Pola (Wild Fields), a set in 17th century Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
  • EABA, or End All Be All by Blacksburg Tactical Research Center - a generic RPG system
  • Earthdawn
  • Elemental Axes by Crosstime Games
  • Elfquest by Chaosium - based on the works of Richard Pini and Wendy Pini
  • Elric! by Chaosium, based on Michael Moorcock's Elric of Melniboné stories
  • En Garde! by Game Designers' Workshop and SFC Press - duelists from 17th century France
  • Endyval - (Bulgarian) Sivosten
  • Empire Galactique by François Nédelec (French) - space opera
  • Empire of the Petal Throne - set in M. A. R. Barker's world of Tékumel
  • Eon by NeoGames - Swedish fantasy game
  • Epic Role Playing by Dark Matter Studios
  • Epoch Star
  • ERA by Clinica TBF
  • E-RPG System by Ironwood Omnimedia
  • Espionage! by Hero Games - based on Second Edition Champions
  • Etherlords by Nival Interactive
  • Etherscope by Goodman Games
  • EverQuest Role-Playing Game by White Wolf, Inc. - pencil & paper version of the popular MMORPG
  • Everway
  • EW-System by Extraordinary Worlds Studio - Open game system
  • Ex Machina
  • Exalted
  • Exile (MUD)
  • EXO by Ediciones Sombra)(Spanish
  • The Extraordinary Adventures of Baron Münchhausen by James Wallis - a storytelling RPG based on the novel of Baron Münchhausen
  • Fading Suns
  • Faery's Tale by Firefly Games - an interactive storytelling game of fairy folklore suitable for younger players
  • Fairy Meat by Kenzer & Company
  • Fanhunter - Spanish game based on the series of comics of the same name
  • Fantasy Hero
  • Fantasy Imperium by Shadowstar Games, Inc. - an interactive storytelling game of historical fantasy
  • The Fantasy Trip by Steve Jackson, published by Metagaming Concepts
  • The Fantasy Sagas - A Player's Guidebook for Ironwood Omnimedia E-RPG System
  • Fantasy Wargaming - a project by dissatisfied British Dungeons & Dragons players, it was considered incomplete and insufficient yet featured noteworthy elements and qualities that are still yet unseen in most role-playing games
  • Farscape Roleplaying Game by Alderac Entertainment Group
  • Fastlane by Twisted Confessions author Alexander Cherry
  • FATE - Fantastic Adventures in Tabletop Entertainment based on the FUDGE engine
  • Fates Worse Than Death by Vajra Enterprises - a cyberpunk-influenced game set in Manhattan in 2080
  • Father RPG - An unofficial RPG
  • Feng Shui - based on Hong Kong martial arts movies
  • Fight the Evil Power - a role-playing game designed for people who haven't played before
  • Fightsystem.com
  • Fireborn by Fantasy Flight Games
  • Forgotten Futures
  • Friendly Wars by Undecided Studios
  • Fringeworthy by Tri Tac Games
  • FTL:2448 by Tri Tac Games
  • FUDGE by Steffan O'Sullivan - "Free, Universal, Do-it-Yourself Gaming Engine"
  • Furry Outlaws
  • Furry Pirates
  • Fuzion by R. Talsorian Games and Hero Games - a simple and customizable generic open gaming system co-produced , based on principles from R. Talsorian's Interlock System and Hero Games' Hero System
  • A Game of Thrones - based on the eponymous fantasy novel
  • Gamma World by TSR, Inc.
  • Gangbusters by TSR, Inc. - 1930s urban crime adventure
  • Ganghedge by Empire Wargames
  • Gatecrasher - a tongue-in-cheek science-fiction & fantasy setting
  • Gaterunner - based on the novel Gatecrash
  • Ghostbusters by West End Games - based on the Ghostbusters film series
  • God of War
  • Godlike byHawthorn Hobgoblynn Press
  • Golden Heroes by Games Workshop
  • The Great Commission - a d20 Christian RPG
  • Grimm
  • GURPS by Steve Jackson Games - "Generic Universal Role Playing System"
  • HackMaster by Kenzer & Company
  • Halcyon by Neuwerld Studios
  • HardNova II
  • HârnMaster/Hârn
  • HARP by Iron Crown Enterprises - "High Adventure Role-Playing"
  • HARPE - the "Hugely Adaptable (action/anime) Role-Playing Engine", Free and quite adaptable
  • Hawkmoon - an addendum to the Stormbringer RPG (aka Elric!)
  • Heavy Gear by Dream Pod 9
  • Heretics by Wasteland Games - modern-day horror
  • Hero System by Hero Games
  • Hero Wars/HeroQuest
  • Heroes Unlimited by Palladium Books
  • Hong Kong Action Theater
  • Human Occupied Landfill
  • Hunter: The Reckoning (original World of Darkness)
  • Icar by Rob Lang
  • Imagine Role Playing
  • Ironhedge by Empire Wargames
  • In Dark Alleys by Vajra Enterprises
  • In Nomine - based on In Nomine Satanis / Magna Veritas
  • In Nomine Satanis / Magna Veritas (French) by Croc (Siroz) - satiric gang/spy wars involving angels and demons in the contemporary world
  • Incursion by Tri Tac Games
  • InSpectres by Memento Mori Theatricks
  • Iron Kingdoms by Privateer Press
  • Iron Gauntlets: Heroic Fantasy Roleplaying
  • Ironclaw - edited by Sanguine Productions Ltd
  • Iron Heroes - d20 system based on making D&D playable without magic
  • Jadeclaw - edited by Sanguine Productions Ltd
  • Jags
  • James Bond 007 by Victory Games - based on the James Bond films
  • Jorune (or Skyrealms of Jorune)
  • Jovian Chronicles by Dream Pod 9
  • Judge Dredd: The Role-playing Game by Games Workshop, another by Mongoose Publishing
  • Justice, Inc. by Hero Games - 1930s Pulp fiction oriented adventure
  • Kalmo - Finnish zombie rpg
  • Kindred of the East (spinoff of Vampire: The Masquerade)
  • Kindred of the Ebony Kingdom(spinoff of Vampire: The Masquerade)
  • Killer by Steve Jackson Games (live action)
  • kill puppies for satan (sic) by Lumpley Games
  • Kobolds Ate My Baby! by 9th Level Games
  • Krysztaly czasu (Polish, Crystals of Time) by MAG
  • Kult - Swedish game based on Gnostic concepts with some Kabbalistic undertones
  • Lace and Steel, published originally by TAGG and re-released by Pharos Press - an Australian RPG set in a world of civilised Centaurs and Harpies with a musketeers/swashbuckling feel
  • Lands of Adventure
  • Legend of the Five Rings Role-Playing Game by Alderac Entertainment Group - Asian-themed RPG
  • Légendes Celtiques (French)
  • Légendes de la Vallée des rois - French RPG set in Ancient Egypt
  • Legendy Armandie by Skaven - fantasy RPG created
  • Legionnaire by FASA - standalone role-playing game for the Renegade Legion universe
  • Lejendary Adventure, created by Gary Gygax and published by Hekaforge Productions
  • Lightspeed by Christian Conkle - an overtly generic space opera RPG, using the Instant Fuzion ruleset
  • Little Fears - The Role-playing Game of Childhood Terror by Key 20 Publishing
  • Live Free or Die, the Game of Suburban Insurgency - a post UN invasion RPG written by an Army officer and Iraq veteran
  • Living Steel by Leading Edge Games - futuristic game on the world of Rhand
  • Lone Wolf
  • The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying Game by Decipher, Inc. - based on the fantasy works of J. R. R. Tolkien
  • Lords of Creation by Avalon Hill
  • Luminary:Rise of Goonzu by Ndoors corporation, distributed by NHNco
  • Macho Women with Guns by Blacksburg Tactical Research Center
  • Maelstrom by Puffin Books
  • Mage: The Ascension by White Wolf, Inc. - set in the original World of Darkness
  • Mage: The Awakening by White Wolf, Inc. - set in the new World of Darkness 2.0
  • M.A.G.U.S. (Hungarian)
  • Maji by Wasteland Games - modern-day alien conspiracy game
  • Man, Myth & Magic by Yaquinto - RPG drawing on 4000 B.C. to 1000 A.D. Earth legends
  • Marvel Super Heroes Role-Playing Game by TSR, Inc.
  • Marvel Universe Roleplaying Game by Marvel Publishing Group
  • Masterbook
  • Mecha - a game based on Anime Mecha science fiction
  • Mechamorphosis by Fantasy Flight Games
  • Mechanical Dream
  • The Mechanoid Invasion
  • MechWarrior
  • Mega - les Messagers Galactiques (French) - parallel universe
  • Megaverse by Palladium Books
  • Meikyu kingdom (Japanese) - members of tiny kingdom's court explore dungeons
  • Mekton by R. Talsorian Games - based on Anime Mecha science fiction
  • Merc 2000 - Twilight 2000 updated for the post-Cold War '90s
  • Mercenaries, Spies and Private Eyes by Flying Buffalo
  • The Metabarons Roleplaying Game by West End Games
  • Metamorphosis Alpha (1976)
  • Middle Earth Role Play - based on the fantasy works of J. R. R. Tolkien
  • Midgard - the oldest German fantasy RPG
  • Miles Christi (French) - (Crusades and knights Templar)
  • Mind Games RPG - by Deiron e Yangsmoth
  • The Modern Sagas - A Player's Guidebook for Ironwood Omnimedia Company's E-RPG System
  • Moira - Fantasy role-play with free online resources
  • Monastyr (Polish), Monastery by Portal
  • The Morrow Project
  • Moros: world of fantasy
  • MOU: Misadvetnures of Unhappyland
  • Multiverser by E.R. Jones and M. Joseph Young
  • Mummy: The Resurrection (original World of Darkness)
  • Murphy's World by Peregrine Creative Services
  • Mutant by Target Games
  • Mutant Undergångens Arvtagare by Järnringen Förlag AB
  • Mutant RYMD
  • Mutant Chronicles
  • Mutants and Masterminds by Green Ronin Publishing
  • My Life with Master by Half Meme Press
  • Myrskyn aika by Mike Pohjola
  • Mystic Realms
  • The Nearside Project by Nearside Games - adventure between 13 alternate Earths while avoiding insanity
  • NeoKosmos (in Portuguese) by Krypteia Estúdio Criativo - a setting of Greek Mythology
  • Neiyar: Land of Heaven and the Abyss by Bards and Sages
  • Nephilim by Chaosium - modern occult
  • Neuroshima (Polish) by Portal
  • Nightbane
  • Nightlifeby Stellar Games
  • Night Wizard! (Japanese) - wizards in contemporary
  • Ninja Burger by Steve Jackson Games
  • Ninjas and Superspies by Palladium Books - martial arts and espionage adventure
  • Nobilis by R. Sean Borgstrom
  • Noir by Archon Gaming, Inc.
  • Obsidian - The Age of Judgement by Apophis Consortium
  • Over the Edge by Atlas Games
  • Paladin
  • Palladium Fantasy Role-Playing Game by Palladium Books
  • Pandemonium! by MIB Productions - roleplaying in the world of tabloid news
  • Pantheon role playing game
  • Paper Computer Games - a series of illustrated roleplaying games with simple rules and a complex universe. Any gaming session played by anyone at any time is added to the overall storyline and considered canon.
  • Paranoia originally by West End Games, later by Mongoose Publishing - a satire of dystopian futures
  • Pax Draconis by Technicraft Design - a detailed rules heavy space opera with a percentile system
  • Pendragon (or King Arthur Pendragon) - Arthurian legend
  • Phoenix Command by Leading Edge Games
  • Point Blank by Wasteland Games - modern-day Action movie game
  • The Pokéthulhu Adventure Game by Cumberland Games and Diversions
  • Powers and Perils by Avalon Hill
  • PowerGame
  • Praedor - based on the eponymous comics by Petri Hiltunen
  • Prime Directive by Task Force Games
  • Prince Valiant by Chaosium
  • Privateers and Gentlemen by Fantasy Games Unlimited - naval adventure in the Napoleonic era
  • Promethean: The Created by White Wolf, Inc. (new World of Darkness)
  • Psiworld by Fantasy Games Unlimited - SF adventures with a focus on psi abilities
  • Puppetland
  • Q10
  • QAGS
  • Qin
  • Quest of the Ancients
  • Rangers of Taradoin by Sean-Robert Shaw
  • Rapture: The Second Coming by William Spencer-Hale, Quintessential Mercy
  • Recon by Palladium Books - Vietnam War adventure
  • Red Dwarf: The Role Playing Game by deep 7 - based on BBC comedy Red Dwarf
  • Reich Star by Simon Bell and Ken Richardson (1991) as Creative Encounters - fight Nazis in space.
  • Rêve: the Dream Ouroboros by Denis Gerfaud (French, Rêve de Dragon)
  • The Riddle of Steel by Driftwood Publishing
  • Rifts by Palladium Games - crossover system
  • Ringworld by Chaosium
  • Risus
  • Robotech by Palladium Games; based on the Robotech anime television series
  • Rocky and Bullwinkle
  • RMSS (Rolemaster Fantasy Role Playing) by Iron Crown Enterprises - fully expandable and customizable rules system
  • Rules to Live By from Interactivities Ink - generic customizable live action rules system, with expansions for horror and fantasy
  • Rune Striders
  • Runebearer by Chris Magoun - "Magic and religion clash in a ruined world"
  • RuneQuest by Chaosium, versions also by Avalon Hill and Mongoose Publishing
  • Saga A Swedish fantasy role-playing game.
  • Savage Worlds
  • The Sci-Fi Sagas - A Player's Guidebook for Ironwood Omnimedia Company's E-RPG System
  • Scion: Hero Modern day children of the gods by White Wolf
  • Sengoku (role-playing game) by Gold Rush Games Historical fantasy set in feudal Japan.
  • Serenity by Margaret Weis Productions, Ltd, based on the Firefly television series.
  • Seventh Sea by Alderac Entertainment Company
  • Shab-al-Hiri Roach by Bully Pulpit Games
  • Shadowforce Archer by Alderac Entertainment Group - a setting for Spycraft
  • Shadow Nations (Obsidian Europe Horror, Scifi, fantasy)
  • Shadowrun (cyberpunk fantasy)
  • Shatterzone
  • Silver Age Sentinels by Guardians of Order
  • Simply Roleplaying! by Microtactix, a simple and customizable generic open gaming system similar to Fuzion and the Action! System
  • Skull and Crossbones - Pirate Adventures on the Spanish Main by FGU
  • Skyrealms of Jorune
  • SLA Industries
  • Sorcerer by Ron Edwards
  • Space 1889 by GDW - Victorian Era Sci-Fi (steampunk)
  • Space Opera by Fantasy Games Unlimited
  • Spacemaster - the SF adaptation of Rolemaster
  • SpaceNinjaCyberCrisis XDO by Crucible Design - a tongue-in-cheek anime game
  • Spaceship Zero by Green Ronin Publishing
  • Spirit of the Century by Evil Hat Productions - a pulp game using the FATE system
  • Spycraft by Alderac Entertainment Group - espionage adventure
  • Star Frontiers by TSR
  • StarCraft Adeventure by TSR Inc.
  • StarDrive by TSR, Inc.
  • Starfaring by Flying Buffalo
  • Stargate SG-1 (RPG) by AEG
  • Starhedge by Empire Wargames
  • Star Munchkin by Steve Jackson Games
  • Star Riders by Ianus Games - parody of space opera
  • Starship Troopers (RPG) by Mongoose Publishing
  • Star Hero - the SF adaptation of Fantasy Hero's Hero System
  • Star Trek
  • The Star Wars Roleplaying Game - the D6 System ancestor published by West End Games
  • Star Wars - the D20 System version published Wizards of the Coast
  • Star Wreck Roleplaying Game - a parody game based on the Star Wreck movie franchise, written by Mike Pohjola.
  • STOCS by Wasteland Games - modern-day generic system
  • Stormbringer, by Chaosium, based on Michael Moorcock's Elric of Melniboné stories
  • St. Palmer's a Pirate/West Indies RPG
  • Sarah superhero 2044
  • Squawk - is about intelligent archosaurs in another star system, by the Game Arts Guild.
  • Sundered Epoch: Generations - A multi-genre game system by Randal Snyder
  • Super Squadron - an Australian Super-Hero game.
  • Supernatural by Margaret Weis Productions, Ltd, based on the CW Supernatural television series.
  • Superworld by Chaosium
  • Swordbearer by Heritage Games and Fantasy Games Unlimited
  • Sword World RPG (Japanese)
  • Systems Failure by Palladium Books
  • Tagmar - Brazilian fantasy game
  • Tales from the Floating Vagabond by Avalon Hill
  • Talislanta by Bard Games
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Other Strangeness by Palladium Books - based on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic books.
  • Teenagers from Outer Space - an anime based RPG
  • Ten Thousand Worlds - a free "universal" system distributed under a Creative Commons license
  • Terra Primate by Eden Studios, Inc.
  • Terra the Gunslinger (Japanese) - western and steampunk, use playing cards instead of dice
  • Testament (role-playing game) by Late Gaming - game set during the End Times
  • Tibet: The Roleplaying Game by Vajra Enterprises - historical fantasy set in Tibet
  • Timehunter by Red Axe
  • Time Lord — Adventures through Time and Space - a Doctor Who RPG based on the 1963-89 run of the BBC television series
  • Timelords by Blacksburg Tactical Research Center
  • Timeship by Yaquinto
  • Theatrix by Backstage Press (1993)
  • Tokyo NOVA (Japanese) - cyberpunk
  • Toon - cartoon adventure inspired by the classic cartoon series from Warner Brothers and MGM by Steve Jackson Games
  • Top Secret by TSR, Inc. - espionage adventure
  • TORG by West End Games
  • Transhuman Space by Steve Jackson Games
  • Trauma (French) by Chroniques d'Outre-Monde - contemporary police and counter-terrorism adventures
  • Travian
  • Traveller by GDW, Marc Miller
  • Trevas - Brazilian game about other worlds
  • Tribe 8 by Dream Pod 9
  • Tribes by Steve Jackson Games
  • Trinity by White Wolf, Inc.
  • Trystell by Tab Creations
  • Tunnels and Trolls by Flying Buffalo
  • TWERPS
  • Twilight 2000 by GDW (1984)
  • Underground by Mayfair Games
  • Underworld by Synister Creative Systems Urban fantasy set in modern day New York.
  • Unhallowed Metropolis by Eos Press
  • Unisystem by Eden Studios, Inc.
  • Universe - SF adaptation of DragonQuest
  • Unknown Armies
  • URPG - a free and universal RPG Rules System
  • Usagi Yojimbo - based on the furry comic book series, Usagi Yojimbo, by Stan Sakai
  • Valley of the Pharaohs by Palladium Books
  • Vampire: The Masquerade (original World of Darkness)
  • Vampire: The Requiem (World of Darkness 2.0)
  • Vanishing Point (role-play game) by Sane Studios
  • Via Prudensiae by Modtryk
  • Villains and Vigilantes by Fantasy Games Unlimited
  • Violence by Hogshead Publishing
  • Warcraft the Roleplaying Game by White Wolf -- a roleplaying game book based on the popular computer game by Blizzard
  • Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay by Games Workshop
  • Weapons of the Gods by Eos Press - a wuxia-style game based on the manhua comic of the same name
  • Weird Wars by Pinnacle Entertainment Group
  • Werewolf: The Apocalypse (original World of Darkness)
  • Werewolf: The Forsaken (World of Darkness 2.0)
  • Westhedge by Empire Wargames
  • The Wheel of Time Roleplaying Game - based on The Wheel of Time novel series by author Robert Jordan
  • The Whispering Vault - an RPG about god-hunting
  • Wild Talents by Arc Dream Publishing
  • The Window
  • Witchcraft
  • Witch Hunter: The Invisible World
  • World of Darkness (original) and the World of Darkness "2.0" product line by White Wolf Game Studio
  • The World of Indiana Jones by West End Games
  • The World of Kystrel Fantasy RPG
  • Worlds of Wonder by Chaosium
  • World Tree (role-playing game), roleplaying in a high-magic, highly civilized world populated by many sentient species, none of them human.
  • Wraith: The Oblivion (original World of Darkness)
  • Wushu
  • Wuthering Heights by Philippe Tromeur, a parody of the novel Wuthering Heights
  • Wytheria, The Mystic Island
  • Year of the Zombie: Published by UKGames Publishing and written by Timothy Willard for the d20 Modern rule set.
  • Zen and the Art of Mayhem
  • Zombi by Crucible Design - Zombi schlock-horror, survival game
  • Zone (French) by Siroz (satiric gang wars in the contemporary suburbs)