This is a list of RPGs and Engines that I have covered across the long voyage of this blog.
- All Outta Bubblegum
- Bliss Stage
- Cactus Solo
- Combat Leader
- Dungeons And Dragons 5E
- A Flower For Mara
- Hope Inhumanity
- Kantai Collection
- Lasers and Feelings
- Marvel Heroic Roleplaying
- Night Witches
- Posthuman Pathways
- Random Solo Adventures
- Short Order Heroes
- Simple Superheroes
- Six Hours To Midnight
- Snakes On A Plane
- Street Fighter: The Storytelling Game
- Swords & Six-Siders
- Titan World
- There Is No Spoon
- Avalon Quests
- Coin Flipping
- Conjectural Roleplaying Gamemaster Emulator
- Covetous Poet
- CRGE Kai
- Epic D6
- Fate Solo
- Mythic GM Emulator
- Nine Questions
- Tiny Solitary Soldiers
- Tiny Universal
8 thoughts on “List of RPGs and Engines”
There’s a lightweight engine created by Rory Bracebuckle called Perilous Intersections. I find it very nice in concept. 🙂
I should probably edit the page to say that this is a list of stuff I’ve covered on this site.
Incidentally, the next session/actual play will involve Perilous Intersections
Ah, got it. I see you do have a blurb saying just that, but I seemed to have missed it.
I actually just voted for Perilous Intersections, Covetous and Heroine. Looking forward to that.
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Actually, I added the blurb just now so as to make it more understandable when people come to see this.
great blog! By the way it’s strange seeing Rolf on the list and not two of the systems I use for solo games: Barbarians of Lemura/Dicey Tales and Over the Edge/Wanton rpg system
being both easy, flexible and available in free editions I was surprise not to see them!
Hm… Well, I can add those to the list of games I’ll consider to try out.
I’d like to know what makes a game system better suited for a solo game.
For me BoL is great being a fast system with heroic characters..so a lone character plays well (a entire party is quite powerful!).
I also tried the free wuxia game A Wanderer’s Romance. Very good game but combat is lethal!
Personally, any game can be suited for solo play if you put the effort to it. Though there are some games with better integration to solo than others.
A Flower For Mara is the prime example. The game was originally intent to be played as a LARP with six players, but I mucked up so much of it that it’s able to be played Solo.