Tabletop RPG Games list
Uncover a diverse selection of tabletop role-playing games spanning fantasy, sci-fi, horror, pulp action, and genre-neutral systems. Embark on unique adventures and unleash your creativity!
- 7th Sea
A swashbuckling TTRPG set in an alternate historical world inspired by the Age of Sail, focusing on high adventure, intrigue, and exploration.
- Dungeons & Dragons (D&D)
The iconic fantasy TTRPG that popularized the genre, with players taking on the roles of heroes in a world filled with magic, monsters, and adventure.
- Iron Sworn
A fantasy TTRPG set in the gritty, low-fantasy world of the Ironlands. Ironsworn is designed for solo, co-op, or traditional guided play, utilizing a narrative-driven system focused on character-driven quests and story arcs. With a unique combination of player-driven mechanics and world-building, Ironsworn encourages immersive storytelling and a strong sense of character progression.
- Legend of the Five Rings (L5R)
A TTRPG set in a rich, Asian-inspired fantasy world, with players becoming samurai, navigating a complex society governed by honor, duty, and loyalty.
A D&D 3.5 edition-based fantasy TTRPG with its own distinct setting, featuring deep customization options and an extensive library of supplements.
A classic fantasy TTRPG set in the rich, mythic world of Glorantha, where players engage in a deep, narrative-driven experience, exploring ancient cultures and participating in heroic quests. The game emphasizes character development, cultural backgrounds, and a unique percentile-based skill system.
- Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay
A dark, gritty fantasy TTRPG set in the Warhammer Fantasy universe, where players face grim adventures and deadly challenges.
A cyberpunk-fantasy TTRPG set in a dystopian world where magic and technology coexist, featuring a mix of high-tech espionage, hacking, and magical abilities.
A science fiction TTRPG from the creators of Pathfinder, set in a vast universe of diverse alien species, advanced technology, and space exploration.
- Star Wars Roleplaying Game (Edge of the Empire, Age of Rebellion, Force and Destiny)
A series of TTRPGs set in the Star Wars universe, with multiple editions and systems allowing players to engage in adventures across the galaxy.
A classic science fiction TTRPG allowing players to explore a vast galaxy, engage in trade, and participate in space battles.
A science fantasy TTRPG set in a far future Earth, where players uncover ancient mysteries while exploring the remnants of previous civilizations.
- Call of Cthulhu
A horror TTRPG inspired by H.P. Lovecraft's works, where players investigate eldritch mysteries and confront cosmic horrors.
- Delta Green
A modern-day horror TTRPG featuring government agents and investigators confronting supernatural and extraterrestrial threats.
- The Chronicles of Darkness (Werewolf: The Forsaken, Mage: The Awakening, Changeling: The Lost, etc.)
A series of modern horror TTRPGs, including games like Werewolf: The Forsaken, Mage: The Awakening, and Changeling: The Lost, where players confront supernatural threats and explore the darker aspects of their world.
- Vampire: The Masquerade
The Masquerade - A modern gothic TTRPG where players become vampires navigating the politics and intrigues of their secret society.
- Pulp Cthulhu
A supplement for the Call of Cthulhu TTRPG that adds thrilling pulp action and adventure to the traditional cosmic horror setting, giving players more powerful characters and a fast-paced, action-driven experience.
- Spirit of the Century
A pulp action TTRPG set in the 1920s, using the Fate system. Players take on the roles of daring heroes, facing off against diabolical villains and exploring exotic locations in a world inspired by pulp fiction and adventure serials.
- Hollow Earth Expedition
A TTRPG set in the 1930s, focused on pulp action and adventure as players explore a hidden world beneath the Earth's surface. The game uses the Ubiquity system, which emphasizes storytelling and cinematic gameplay.
A pulp action TTRPG set in the 1920s and part of the Trinity Universe series. Players take on the roles of extraordinary individuals with unique abilities, embarking on daring quests and exploring a world filled with intrigue, danger, and mystery.
- Two-Fisted Tales
A TTRPG designed to emulate the style of classic pulp stories from the 1930s and 1940s. Using the Powered by the Apocalypse system, players take on the roles of daring heroes facing off against sinister villains in a wide range of pulp-inspired settings and scenarios.
- Rocket Age
A retro-futuristic TTRPG set in an alternative 1930s, where players embark on thrilling adventures across the solar system, interacting with alien species and exploring strange new worlds.
- Achtung! Cthulhu
A TTRPG that combines Lovecraftian horror with pulp action in a World War II setting, where players take on the roles of Allied agents fighting against sinister Nazi forces and their otherworldly allies.
- The Day After Ragnarok
A TTRPG set in a post-apocalyptic world following a failed Norse Ragnarok, with a mix of pulp action, noir, and horror elements as players navigate a world of danger and intrigue.
- The Thrilling Tales
A TTRPG using the Savage Worlds system to create pulp action stories in the 1930s, featuring daring heroes, exotic locations, and nefarious villains.
- The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
A TTRPG inspired by the comic book series of the same name, allowing players to create extraordinary characters in a Victorian-era setting filled with pulp action, intrigue, and steampunk elements.
- Apocalypse World
A post-apocalyptic TTRPG with a narrative focus and a flexible, easy-to-learn system that has inspired numerous "Powered by the Apocalypse" games.
- Blades in the Dark
A TTRPG set in a dark, industrial-fantasy city, where players form a crew of criminals and undertake daring heists while navigating the city's factions and politics.
- Mutants & Masterminds
A superhero TTRPG that lets players create their own superheroes (or villains) and engage in comic book-style adventures.
- Fate Core/Fate Accelerated
A flexible, narrative-driven TTRPG system emphasizing storytelling and character development, suitable for various genres and settings.
- FU: The Freeform Universal RPG
A genre-neutral TTRPG system that provides a versatile and adaptable framework for creating campaigns in a wide variety of settings, from fantasy and sci-fi to modern and beyond. FURPG emphasizes simplicity and flexibility, allowing game masters to tailor the rules and mechanics to suit their specific campaign needs.
- Savage Worlds
A genre-neutral TTRPG system designed for fast-paced gameplay, adaptable to any setting, with numerous published settings and adventures.