Tabletop Games (Common Content)

Games that you play face-to-face with others.

This page shows all shareable games. For a list that only contains free, libre and open works, see Tabletop Games (Libre)

For more details on the laws surrounding tabletop gaming copyright, see Protection from Chaos.

Tabletop Games

  • Bloody Forks ● A LARP about the French and American battles before the War of Independence. 11 players.
  • Bloody Forks Of The Ohio ● A Lady Blackbird hack where George Washington faces off against the French.
  • Blue Rose ● A d20-based RPG.
  • Boarsdraft ● Wizards at a wizarding school, trying to pass their classes while fighting evil.
  • BrickQuest ● 'Fantasy boardgaming in an ABS universe'
  • Brigandine ● 'Brigandine is a 28mm skirmish-level fantasy wargame that aims for speed and simplicity.'
  • BrikWars"BrikWars is the plastic-brick wargaming system that throws the peaceful worlds of your favorite construction toys into wanton chaos and destruction!"
  • Brytenwalda ● A Britain-themed miniatures game.
  • Bulletproof Blues'Welcome to Bulletproof Blues: a "rules light" superhero roleplaying game set in the universe of Kalos Comics.'
  • Cap & Trade ● A game to teach people about carbon pricing.
  • Cardenio's Daughter"Cardenio has a problem. He seems to be slipping between realities."
  • Cards Against Humanity ● A free do-it-yourself party game where you match cards in humorous ways
  • Cascade Failure ● Life in a post-apocalyptic future.
  • Castle Blackbird ● A Gothic horror role-playing game.
  • Chronicles ● A fantasy game.
  • Circe ● One of the first games to be open source.
  • Codename: Spandex'Codename: Spanded is a retro-clone game that emulates the game mechanics of another out-of-print game [Golden Heroes] without using any of the copyrighted artistic presentation.'
  • Companies & Carpools ● Try not to go murderously insane!
  • Confrontation Chess ● Turn Chess into a tactical miniatures game.
  • Conquering Corsairs ● A deck-building card game.
  • Console ● An RPG for emulating console video games.
  • Contagion ● A free wargame.
  • Core Elements ● A distillation of the d20 System in just seven pages.
  • Crash!/Lanterns of The Dead"Crash / Lanterns of the Dead is two game in one: a game about a crashed astronaut, and a game about an alien culture."
  • Crawling for Cash ● Bleak, nihilistic dungeon-crawling.
  • Critical!: Go Westerly ● A light and light-hearted RPG.
  • Cyberpunk Remix ● This game is about your crazy friends and family.
  • D100II SRD ● This allows you to play the old d100 games.
  • d20 Anime ● Play magical girls, sorcerers and mecha pilots using everyone's favourite system.
  • d20 Modern ● Modern role-playing, from occult investigation to special ops and anything in between.
  • d20 Open Mass Combat System ● A free wargame.
  • D6Pool ● A tabletop RPG set in modern times.
  • Danger Mountain ● Play in a 1970s environmental movie.
  • Danger Patrol ● A role-playing game set in the sci-fi imaginings of the 1950s.
  • Dangers & Dweomers ● A merger of Swords & Wizardry and Basic Fantasy.
  • Dan's Diminutive D20 ● Quick and easy d20 role-playing.
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  • Daring Adventures ● 'Daring Adventures offers quick, no-prep superhero roleplaying, roughly in the style of golden age comics.'
  • Dark Dungeons ● A tabletop RPG based on the Rules Cyclopedia.
  • Dark Passages ● A modern fusion and re-organisation of 0E and 1E rules.
  • Darkening Skies ● An unofficial sequel to Lady Blackbird.
  • Darker Dungeons ● A tabletop RPG based on a streamlined version of the Rules Cyclopedia.
  • Darkest Dungeons ● A mash-up of the Rules Cyclopedia and Rolemaster.
  • D&D4.5 ● A partial clone of D&D 4E.
  • Death of the Japanese Emperor ● An experiential larp for 4-8 players
  • Death School ● America's enemies attack a school for elite agents.
  • Death Takes A Holiday ● When Death takes a holiday, a hapless family of ghosts must shepherd the dearly departed.
  • Deathtrap Dungeon ● A Parsley adventure.
  • Decktet ● 'The Decktet is a deck of cards with suits, ranks, and named images. It is structurally unlike ordinary poker and tarot decks, meaning that you can do different things with it.'
  • Department Nine ● Oracular spies fighting the future and Greek myths.
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Tabletop Game Resources

  • Weapons & Gear ● A Ronin Arts gear book for 4C System.
  • World of Nevermore ● A setting for Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.
  • You All Meet In A Tavern ● 'As a fledgling adventurer you have decided that the best way to get into the business is by attending the monthly Adventurer-Nite at the local White Griffon Tavern.'
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Sources of Tabletop Games

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