Roleplaying anthropomorphic animals - animals that have hands, walk on two legs, use tools, speak, etc. They don't necessarily have to be "furry", or human-shaped - birds, reptiles and the like are generally acceptable. The key is that they are intelligent enough to be considered a person. Even though this sounds like a cartoon in the making, this is not necessarily a light-hearted comedy - sophisticated dramas can be played out in this genre (think Watership Down).
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Character generator and background from a play-by-e-mail campaign for the science fiction game from Chessex.
Bunnies & Burrows
Wikipedia article on an early game revolving around intelligent rabbits, with an emphasis on problem-solving, and its GURPS derivative.
Amateur module for the d20 Modern RPG based on the Starfox games.
Atlas Games' official page for their game of anthropomorphic pirates.
Email-based RPG where characters go on strange adventures, use UPC barcodes for power ups, and engage in mini-games.
Heroic adventure set in a fantasy realm inhabited by animorphs. Game details, name generator, wallpapers and online store.
Tales from the Wood
Free RPG in which British woodland creatures fight for survival in a hostile world.
Toon: The Cartoon Roleplaying Game
Steve Jackson Games' official site for Toon! Features product list, articles, and errata.
Feline roleplaying forum for fans of Erin Hunter's 'Warriors' novels.
World Tree RPG
Multi-species adventure set on a giant tree, in a mostly-civilized world where magic is a fact of life, and monsters can bury cities with the flick of a tail. Mailing list, character sheets, art and other downloads.
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