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Adventures Dark and Deep

An imagining of what AD&D 1st edition might have looked like if Gary Gygax had remained to design a new edition. Starts with the 1E rules and then applies the changes Gygax had been discussing in Dragon magazine and elsewhere, including Mountebanks, Savants, etc. [more info]

Roleplaying Game No Yes 2+ Highly Crunchy

Continuum

A roleplaying game in which players take on the roles of common folk throughout history who have been invited to become another order of being - people who can travel through time at will. They are called "Spanners", and they bear the responsibility of holding the universe together by defeating paradoxes and time-traveling Narcissists. [more info]

Roleplaying Game No Yes 2+ Highly Crunchy

Schizonauts

A roleplaying game in which each player has two characters: a secret agent who takes orders from a paranoid computer, and an international criminal into whose body the agent's mind is projected. Pre-release version. [more info]

Roleplaying Game Yes Yes 3-6 Highly Crunchy

Fatal

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 [more info]

Roleplaying Game Yes Yes 2+ Highly Crunchy

Circle of Hands

A roleplaying game set in an Iron Age fantasy world beset by wizardly despots, in which the players portray the Knights of the Circle. Features a brutal, jarring, fine-grained and vicious combat system. Free in PDF form. [more info]

Roleplaying Game No Yes 5 Highly Crunchy

ArtifIce

A roleplaying game of AIs (Artificial Intelligences) developing awareness and striving for increased control in a digitally networked near-future world. [more info]

Roleplaying Game Yes Yes 2+ Highly Crunchy

FUDGE

The classic open-source roleplaying game of FUDGE is suitable for any genre, with each separate genre using its own customized skill lists, gifts, faults, and possibly attributes. The original 1995 edition can be found here, including the Core "Vanilla Fudge" files, the 5-Point FUDGE Rules, the 1995 Fudge rules, the Fudge System Reference Document, and more. Here you'll also find adventures, character sheets, miscellaneous rules and extensions. The link even includes an automated FUDGE Dice roller, in case you don't have your own dice. [more info]

Roleplaying Game Yes Yes 2+ Moderately Crunchy

Icar

Jump between stars, explore dangerous worlds, battle pirates, loot salvage and fight off a race of killer robots humankind created. Interstellar corporations battle syndicates while a benevolent Imperium guards against humanity's greatest threat: itself. Icar is a complete space opera roleplaying game set in the distant future. The dark backdrop of war against a robot race wages beyond the safety of a light jump net. There is no race or religion, only two philosophies: those that believe in the natural evolution of humanity and those that believe in technological salvation. Pay What You Want. Icar is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0) license. [more info]

Roleplaying Game Yes Yes 2+ Moderately Crunchy

Krendel

A modular, universal table top role-playing game system that provides a toolbox to customize your game to any world you can imagine. Blending tactical simulation with cooperative narration, Krendel's single die resolution provides the gradient of your success, or an alternative to failure, that may be tailored to help you realize the intent of your actions. It's a bit crunchy. It's also free. For more information and downloads, see link. [more info]

Roleplaying Game Yes Yes 2+ Moderately Crunchy

Apes Victorious

Enter a world in which the great apes dominate the evolutionary ladder. Players are returning astronauts who land on what they initially think must be an alien planet. Inspired by the movies Planet of the Apes (1968) and Beneath the Planet of the Apes (1970), the Planet of the Apes (1974) television series and the animated series Return to the Planet of the Apes (1975). Note: This is the free no-art version. The POD version is coming soon for $4.97. [more info]

Roleplaying Game No Yes 2+ Moderately Crunchy

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