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Fatal
by Byron Hall

A gratuitously brutal and misogynistic parody of D&D-like games, often referred to as the worst roleplaying game ever. It's here for historical purposes; you probably don't want to read it. Ok, you want to read it but you probably don't want to play it. Read this first: https://1d4chan.org/wiki/FATAL

Roleplaying Game Yes Yes 2+ 5 - Highly Crunchy

Fates Worse Than Death
by Vajra Enterprises

A roleplaying game of a dystopian cyberpunk future, in which players portray Street People living under the towers of the corporate rich.

Roleplaying Game No Yes 2+ 4 - Moderately Crunchy

Flatpack
by David A Hill Jr

A roleplaying game in which players portray "Wrenches" - young denizens of a destructed world, eager to fix the future.

Roleplaying Game No Yes 2+ 2 - Focus/Imagination

Fiction Freeform System
by Elin Nilsen, Ole Peder Giaever

A collaborative improvisational freeform storygame framework for a flexible amount of players, possible to play within whatever amount of time they have available. A group of players get together and sketch the game they want to play, then do it.

Collaborative Story Yes No 2+ 1 - Super Easy

Fiasco
by Jason Morningstar

A storygame designed to model the crumbling plans of a group of antiheroes in the style of a Coen Brothers film, inspired by cinematic tales of small time capers gone disastrously wrong – films like Blood Simple, Fargo, The Way of the Gun, Burn After Reading, and A Simple Plan. You’ll play ordinary people with powerful ambition and poor impulse control. There will be big dreams and flawed execution.

Collaborative Story No No 3-5 2 - Focus/Imagination

Finding Haven
by Manu Saxena

A sci-fi rpg where V meets Logan's Run in space.

Roleplaying Game, Collaborative Story Yes No 4+ 2 - Focus/Imagination

Fairyland Confidential
by Nick Wedig

A game that mashes up the genre conventions of film noir with the legends and stories of fairy folklore. It’s a roleplaying game for one player. You’ll need a deck of regular playing cards (with jokers), two dice of different colors, a set of these rules, a victim sheet, a crime sheet, and some way to take notes. It should take you 30 minutes to an hour to play. PWYW.

Roleplaying Game Yes No 1 2 - Focus/Imagination

Fortune Cookies and Nuclear War
by Nick Wedig

A microgame for two, about political negotiation and bluffing. It’s made to be played in a Chinese restaurant, where you have to reach a consensus with your sworn enemy over the course of a single meal, or the entire world will be destroyed.

Roleplaying Game Yes No 2 1 - Super Easy

Futurepunk
by Norbert G. Matausch

Futurepunk is a minimalist roleplaying game of the near future featuring quick and easy rules for traditional cyberpunk settings, with an additional add-on expansion for "fantasypunk" scenarios. Lots of random tables make planning and running a snap!

Roleplaying Game Yes Yes 2+ 2 - Focus/Imagination

Figment
by Jake Zhong, Cheza Luna

[Phone PDF] Figment is a simple story-game mainly intended for play with or by children. As an “ultra-lite” game it relies only upon rock-paper-scissors to settle matters of fate and requires almost nothing in the way of preparation. The story can be your own or drawn from your favorite fairy tales, myths, bed-time stories, movies, animation, etc. You only need a Storyteller, some Players, and boundless imagination!

Collaborative Story No Yes 2+ 1 - Super Easy

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