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

  • Fate Core System ● An extended version of the fractal role-playing game Fate.
  • Fate Game ● 'The game is set in a floating island and there the inhabitants have their own struggles with life. '
  • Fate System Toolkit ● A toolkit for the Fate tabletop RPG.
  • Final Decrees ● 'Final Decrees is a board game based on a monstrous incompetent bureaucracy.'
  • Fire & Sword ● An evolution of RuneQuest.
  • First of May ● A card game inspired by a song.
  • FISC ● You are all members of the FISC, the financial investigation agency, the only hope of the Republic against the all-powerful multinational companies.
  • Five By Five ● An original game system and toolkit.
  • Floor Games ● A storytelling game HG Wells played with his children.
  • For Gold & Glory ● A retroclone of 2E AD&D.
  • Fortune Cookies and Nuclear War ● A game written in a paragraph.
  • Fortune System Resource Document ● 'The Fortune System Resource Document includes the basic rules of the Fortune System. It also includes advice from existing Fortune System designers.'
  • Forty Thieves ● A minimalist beer-and-pretzels game about life as an Arabian thief.
  • Four Colors al Fresco ● Play a superhero in the Italian Renaissance.
  • Free FATE ● A free, expanded version of FATE.
  • Fringe ● A half-finished RPG designed by committee.
  • Frost Devils ● An Alaskan take on Dust Devils.
  • F-Sharp ● The bare bones of FATE.
  • FUBAR ● You've been screwed … and at least one person wants you dead.
  • Fudge ● An early generic RPG.
  • Geasa ● A story telling game about fickle fairies.
  • Generic Fantasy Quest Game ● A generic fantasy RPG with familiar races and classes.
  • Genesys System ● A generic rules-light RPG.
  • Ghost Lines'[A] 3-page micro-hack based on Apocalypse World, Dishonored, and Ghostbusters.'
  • Ghost Runner ● As a Ghost Runner, you the players must track down rogue Ghosts, pulled from the afterlife and embedded into cybernetic SHELS which are used to hold these spirits to the world.
  • Ghostlight ● Play a ghost who interacts with the world through emotion.
  • Ghosts ● Your fantasy city is under siege. Play both the living and the dead.
  • Go Fast, Turn Left ● You play an alien who gets his or her kicks from speeding.
  • Gods & Monsters ● An old-school style fantasy RPG.
  • GORE ● A d%-based horror RPG.
  • Grey Lotus ● A fantasy RPG with a freeform magic system.
  • Grim Portents ● A Dungeon World/Powered by the Apocalypse fan e-zine.
  • Group Works ● 'A Pattern Language for Bringing Life to Meetings and Other Gatherings'
  • GUMSHOE SRD ● 'The document is a reference for game designers, and is not tuned to teach the game, or provide a playable game experience.'
  • Gundam Blackbird ● A Hackbird inspired by Gundam.
  • Gunwave ● A system for playing the angsty teens of a mecha anime series.
  • Hand Covers Bruise ● A game of strategy and guess work played only with hands.
  • Heroes Against Darkness"[A] modern d20 RPG system that combines speed and simplicity with balance and depth."
  • Hexpack ● An expansion to the Piecepack.
  • High School Hearts ● light tabletop role-playing game of high schoolers dealing with the emotional roller-coaster of adolescence
  • HiLo Heroes ● A superhero RPG.
  • His Due ● Ordinary people find some of their memories have been taken in exchange for deadly magical powers.
  • Hoard ● Play a growing dragon.
  • Hot Lamp ● Two detectives interrogate two suspects.
  • House of Masks ● In a far off land where mighty sorcerers dwell, the God-King Castor rules from a castle where the spirit realm and physical realm touch, allowing for powerful magics to happen and for a person’s spirit form to take control of one’s body..
  • How I Learned to Stop Worrying & Love the Bomb Shelter ● A 'game of paranoia and treachery for at least 4 players.'
  • Hunters And Haunts ● A board game played on two different boards.
  • Hyper ● A modular gaming system.
  • Icar ● A detailed sci-fi RPG and setting, beautifully decorated with 3D images.
  • Icosahedral ● A role-playing game.

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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