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

  • The Plant ● A solo RPG where you play someone crawling around the innards of a power plant.
  • The Princess Game ● This is a game about a little girl. The only little girl in the whole wide world. The only person there is, really.
  • The Shackled Self ● A game of princes who pursue asceticism to save the world.
  • The Shrouded Lands ● A fantasy setting.
  • The Simple Game System ● A simple and generic rules-system based on d6s.
  • The Trial of Poland ● The rise of Solidarity in Poland.
  • The Trouble with Rose ● A game about that troublesome Rose!
  • The Undying Lands ● People from the real world are catapulted into a land of fairy tales.
  • The Vicious Crucible of the Eburnean Tower ● 'The Eburnean Tower has stood for centuries as a symbol of scholarship, arcane power, and ruthless domination.'
  • The Vicious Crucible of Verdigris Valley ● 'The borderlands of the Verdigris Valley have never been peaceful, but now an invasion force gathers at the summit of the Pashuan Way, looking hungrily down on the rich homesteads and crippled fort below.'
  • The Wizard's Amulet ● An adventure for 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons.
  • Thetis ● A world of nautical fantasy adventure.
  • Threshold - Tragic Superheroes ● Sick people become superheroes.
  • Thrilling Noir Stories ● A rules-light RPG for the noir genre.
  • Time & Temp ● Time & Temp is a game of time travel and underemployment for 3 to 5 players.
  • Tiny Triangles ● Play mice champions for whom it's not how you fight but what you fight for.
  • To the Barricades ● A boardgame about a faceoff between radicals and the police.
  • Toast ● A rules-light universal RPG.
  • Torch & Sword ● A retroclone of 0D&D.
  • Torus One"Torus One RPG is a science fiction role-playing game, where all the action happens in a crowded ring-shaped space station with a circumference of 1609 meters."
  • Toybox Wars ● Ready an army from your old toys!
  • Traveller ● A long-lived role-playing game with some setting details.
  • Treasure ● A modular, symbols-based RPG.
  • TRIC SRD ● A 4E clone.
  • Tricks and Treats ● A Halloween-themed tabletop RPG about trick-or-treaters out on Halloween who must overcome scary monsters to rescue a friend
  • Tri-Fold FATE ● The basic rules of FATE on three pages.
  • True20 ● A d20-based RPG.
  • Twenty One Turn Hero ● A curious one-page RPG where you face off against dragons and sorcerers.
  • Two-Page Space ● 'Two-Page Space is a complete d20 sci-fi game, including spaceship rules, that can be printed on the front and back of one piece of paper.'
  • Ultramodern4 ● Dungeons & Dragons 4E rules in a modern setting.
  • Uncharted Worlds ● 'Uncharted Worlds is a Space Opera roleplaying game built upon the Apocalypse World rules. It’s inspired by the big, bold, larger-than-life space-faring epics like Mass Effect, Firefly, Star Trek, and by games like Traveller, Masters of Orion, Starcraft (and a bit of Galaxy Trucker).'
  • Uneven Wings ● a tabletop RPG in which players bid tokens to succeed at competitive tasks
  • Unsung Tales ● 'Unsung Tales is a card-based roleplaying game, in which you and your friends will work together to tell stories of mystery and adventure in a Sword and Sorcery world.'
  • Valence ● Rebuild the fallen Human Empire.
  • Vampires: A Postmodern Roleplaying Game ● In this game, vampires are constantly engaged in a violent physical struggle for power, respect and security.
  • Vector 3 ● Sci-fi based tabletop board game.
  • Venn's Revenge ● A game of spacial relationships.
  • Very Simple Generic Miniatures Rules ● Quick and easy (though probably not well-balanced) rules for playing miniatures games with any figurines you have lying about.
  • Viento Libre ● A steampunk RPG set on a Goblin airship.
  • Violence ● A parody which brings the gratuitous violence of the dungeon into the modern age.
  • vs Monsters ● A 24HRPG by Phil Reed.
  • Wanton Role-Playing System ● An OGL version of the RPG Over the Edge.
  • Warlord's Wager ● Contest and intrigue at the Warlord's court.
  • Warrior & Wizard ● A retroclone of The Fantasy Trip.
  • Warrior, Rogue & Mage ● A rules lite dungeoncrawl.
  • Wayfarers ● Points-buy medieval fantasy role-playing.
  • We Are Here to See the Evil Wizard Kormákur ● A group travels to see the evil wizard Kormákur.
  • Weasels! ● A simple system of intelligent weasels living in The Forest that must deal with a threat. Easy for kids.
  • Weird World ● 'Weird World is a game about playing characters with unnatural powers in a dangerous, exciting world.'
  • Welfare Queens ● A role-playing game about white collar professionals who spend their nights in virtual reality dens living the lives of poor people on welfare
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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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