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

  • Powers For Good ● 'Powers For Good is a fast-moving roleplaying game of team superheroics in the style of comic books such as Legion of Superheroes and New X-men, or TV shows like Justice League. Together with your friends you can create an entire team of superheroes in just a few minutes and leap into whatever the GM has stewing.'
  • Princes Of Arabia ● A role-playing game with assassins' and thieves' guilds.
  • Project 74 ● A rules-lite game that works only in conjunction with early editions of Dungeons & Dragons
  • Prometheus SRD ● An open version of the character creation and advancement rules from Dungeons & Dragons 3E.
  • Providence Junction ● A Western LARP of small town secrets.
  • Psychic Warrior ● Post apocalyptic Dungeon Squad.
  • Push ● A board game played on a chess or chequers board.
  • Putting The Band Back Together ● Anarchy reigns when an obsessive, talentless band reforms for one last tour, heedless of body count.
  • Quad System ● An RPG.
  • Quasar ● Generic sci-fi game rules.
  • Quest-ions ● 'Quest-ions is a fantasy roleplaying game with a novel mechanic using tokens.'
  • Quick-Play ● A diceless RPG for quick startup and rapid play.
  • Quick-Play'[A] very simple universal system ... Meant for short games with quick startup, it is a diceless game that contains within it full character creation, conflict resolution, supernatural/superhuman abilities, and even a few optional rules – all contained in three pages.'
  • Rage, Precognition, GraceOSR Fantasy RPG based on Steve Jackson's "The Fantasy Trip" with updated rules and original races (no elves, dwarves, or halflings).
  • Rainbow Deck ● 'The Rainbow Deck is a card game system that has a total of 162 cards.'
  • Raven Crowking's Fantasy Game ● Raven Crowking's reworking of Dungeons & Dragons
  • Realms of Wonder ● Rules-lite, classless, nostalgic RPG.
  • Redbox Hack ● A clever reinterpretation of fantasy gaming.
  • Renaissance ● 'Renaissance is a free D100 roleplaying system designed for historical and fantasy gaming in the age of black powder weapons.'
  • Resolute, Adventurer & Genius ● A rules-light pulp game.
  • Retrocalypse ● A Fallout-style RPG based on Old School Hack.
  • Return to Maniac Mansion ● A game for Jonathan Walton's Stage One.
  • Revolucion ● Chart the course of any revolution, real or imagined, in any time or place.
  • Ring of Changes ● Fight a conspiracy with your cabal of alchemists.
  • Rivers & Lakes ● A slimline historical wuxia game.
  • Robot Hamlet vs Richard III ● Robot Hamlet and his companions have been abandoned on the terrifying Ghost Asteroid by the villainous robot Richard III.
  • Rookvale'Rookvale is a [tabletop] game of cinematic tactical combat [with demons]'
  • Rosalind Wells, Ambassador to Space ● A five-year-old girl named Rosalind tries to resolve the problems of her alien visitors.
  • Runebearer ● A fantasy game which draws on several different RPG systems.
  • RuneQuest ● The RuneQuest core rules.
  • Ruritania: 1844 ● A live-action role-playing game set in an alternate pseudo-history.
  • Sacred Steel ● An RPG once lost, but capable of preservation thanks to its open licence.
  • Saga ● A rules-light narrative game engine.
  • School Daze ● An RPG about high school.
  • Science Fiction Mystery ● An 11-player science fiction LARP.
  • Scrabblenauts ● A game where spelling words with Scrabble tiles affects what happens in the story.
  • Second String Superheroes ● A 12-player LARP about incompetent superheroes.
  • Seventh ● A fantasy role-playing game.
  • Shadow of Yesterday ● A pioneering RPG where characters are defined by their Keys and Secrets.
  • Shadow-Hack ● A mashup of Old School Hack and Shadowrun.
  • Shadows ● Children accompanied by their formidable Shadows.
  • Shakespeare 2985A "science fiction espionage murder mystery do-it-yourself alternate reality game about interpreting poetry and failing thermal dampeners."
  • Simple 20 ● A simple d20-based RPG.
  • SMAF 17 ● A 'role-playing game where you take the role of survivors in one of what can only be the last of humanity’s outposts.'
  • Sneaky Cards ● 'Sneaky Cards is designed to encourage, inspire, or facilitate playful interactions. Breaking up the tedium of everyday life, with small entertaining objectives. Each card is created to be unique and develop different kinds of play.'
  • So Now You're a Time Traveler ● A 'simple little two page hack of Cthulhu Dark made to run a stropped down time travel game comparable to Continuum.'
  • Somnambulance ● Teenagers struggle to discover the truth behind their mysterious sleep-walking.
  • Sorcerer's Symposium ● A madcap game of magic running out of control at a wizards' conference.
  • Sovereign ● A Risk-like boardgame.
  • SpacePirates ● Space opera in what appears to be German.

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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