List of role-playing games by name


List of role-playing games by name

This is a list of role-playing games (RPGs) by name. For a list subdivided by genre, see list of role-playing games by genre.

This list does not include computer role-playing games, MMORPGs, or any other video games with RPG elements.

Most of these games are tabletop role-playing games; other types of games are noted as such where appropriate.

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0-9

*"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
*" [http://www.3d-rpg.com/ 3D-RPG System] " by Paul R. Dillinger - A free universal role playing game system

A

*"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 customisable 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")
* Adventure Quest
* AQ Worlds
*"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
*"" 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
*"Anidor" - by Azure Cold and Kyky (Bulgarian)
*"" - a collaboration of Eastern and Western developers RPG with anime-style artworks
*"Angel" - a spin-off of the "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" game
*"Apocalypse 2500"- a post apocalyptic high tech sword and sorcery future world tabletop RPG using the RPG Percentile System rules created by John Arnold and first released in 2007.
*"Arduin" by David A. Hargrave - the first cross-genre RPGFact|date=July 2007
*"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
*"" - by Morrigan Press
*"Avant Charlemagne" by François Nédelec (French) - early Middle-Age
*"Axiom16" (Bulgarian)

B

*"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"
*"" by Tri Tac Games
*"The Burning Wheel" - high fantasy
*"Bushido" by Fantasy Games Unlimited - samurai RPG

C

*"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
*"" (original "World of Darkness")
*"" (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 V3.0" by R. Talsorian Games
*"Cyberspace" by Iron Crown Enterprises
*"Cyborg Commando" by New Infinities, Inc.
*"Cyno's Role-Play"

D

*"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
*"Darwin's World" by "RPGObjects" - post-apocalyptic RPG
*"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,Fact|date=July 2007 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)
*"" by Pinnacle Entertainment Group
*"Deadlands: The Weird West" by Pinnacle Entertainment Group, "GURPS" version by SJGames
*"Deeds of Valor" by Swordmaster
*"" by Phil Brucato, published by Laughing Pan Productions
*"" (original "World of Darkness")
*" 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)
*"Dračí doupě" - the most popular Czech fantasy RPG systemFact|date=July 2007 loosely based on "Dungeons & Dragons"
*"DragonFable
*"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
* Dragon Tavern
*"Draug" - Norwegian RPG set in 1801, based on the "FUDGE" engine.
*"" 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

E

*"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

F

*"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 gamesFact|date=July 2007
* "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
*"" 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"

G

*"A Game of Thrones" - based on the "eponymous" fantasy novel by R.R. Martin
*"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
* Gods of time
*"God of War"
*"Godlike" by Hawthorn 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"

H

*"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"
*"Hollow Earth Expedition" by Exile Game Studios - 1930's style pulp adventure
*"" (original "World of Darkness")

I

*"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
*""
*"Ironclaw" - edited by Sanguine Productions Ltd
*"Iron Heroes" - "d20 system" based on making "D&D" playable without magic

J

*"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
*"" by Games Workshop, another by Mongoose Publishing
*"Justice, Inc." by Hero Games - 1930s Pulp fiction oriented adventure

K

*"Kalmo" - Finnish zombie rpg
*"Kindred of the East" (spinoff of "")
*"Kindred of the Ebony Kingdom"(spinoff of "")
*"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

L

*"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
*"" by Ndoors corporation, distributed by NHNco

M

*"Macho Women with Guns" by Blacksburg Tactical Research Center
*"Maelstrom" by Puffin Books
*"" by White Wolf, Inc. - set in the original "World of Darkness"
*"" 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"
* Mech Quest
*"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 RPGFact|date=July 2007
*"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 Monster Horror Show" by James Herbert Brennan a very tongue in cheek basic fantasy role play system.
*"The Morrow Project"
*""
*""
*"Multiverser" by E.R. Jones and M. Joseph Young
*"" (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"

N

*"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
*"" by Bards and Sages
*"Nephilim" by Chaosium - modern occult
*"Neuroshima" (Polish) by Portal
*"Nightbane"
*"Nightlife"by 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.

O

*"Obsidian - The Age of Judgement" by Apophis Consortium
*"Over the Edge" by Atlas Games
*"OSRIC"

P

*"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
*"Proles" - Dysangelium, outrageous sci-fi rpg by Briza L
*"" by White Wolf, Inc. (new "World of Darkness")
*"Psiworld" by Fantasy Games Unlimited - SF adventures with a focus on psi abilities
*"Puppetland"

Q

*"Q10"
*"QAGS"
*"Qin"
*"Quest of the Ancients"

R

*"Rangers of Taradoin" by Sean-Robert Shaw
*"" by William Spencer-Hale, Quintessential Mercy
*"Recon" by Palladium Books - Vietnam War adventure
*"" 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.
*"" 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
*" 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.
*"Star*Drive" 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.
*"" - 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

T

*"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
*"" 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
*"Traveller" by GDW, Marc Miller
*"travian
*"Trevas" - Brazilian game about other worlds
*"Tribe 8" by Dream Pod 9
*"Tribes" by Steve Jackson Games
*"Thrilling Tales" : Pulp Amazing Stories
*"Trinity" by White Wolf, Inc.
*"Trystell by Tab Creations
*"Tunnels and Trolls" by Flying Buffalo
*"TWERPS"
*"Twilight 2000" by GDW (1984)

U

*"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

V

*"Valley of the Pharaohs" by Palladium Books
*"" (original "World of Darkness")
*"" ("new World of Darkness")
*"Vanishing Point (role-play game)" by Sane Studios
*"Via Prudensiae" by Modtryk
*"Villains and Vigilantes" by Fantasy Games Unlimited
*"Violence" by Hogshead Publishing

W

*"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
*"" (original "World of Darkness")
*"" ("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
*"Wiedźmin" (Polish) by MAG
*"Wild Talents" by Arc Dream Publishing
*"The Window"
*"Witchcraft"
*""
*"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.
*"" (original "World of Darkness")
*"Wushu"
*"Wuthering Heights" by Philippe Tromeur, a parody of the novel "Wuthering Heights"
*"Wytheria, The Mystic Island

X

Xcrawl

Y

*"Year of the Zombie: Published by UKGames Publishing and written by Timothy Willard for the d20 Modern rule set.

Z

*"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)


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