Non-commercial (free) Christian roleplaying games must be submitted to Games: Roleplaying: Genres: Christian: Free Systems.Roleplaying games intended to represent or promote a Christian ethos.
Submit sites about free "home-made" games to Games: Roleplaying: Genres: Historical: Free Systems.Roleplaying games using reality-based historical (i.e., before the last century) settings. Many such games have been published (beginning in 1975 with TSR's Boot Hill and GDW's En Garde!), but few have had any longterm success in the gaming market.
This category is for tabletop roleplaying games. Online, chat-based, and freeform games should be submitted to one of the subcategories of Games/Internet/Chat.Roleplaying games set in more or less modern times, that at aren't particularly focused on horror, are listed here. Often these games will involve spies, and cinematic action and adventure. The horror genre is listed separately.
Games that are sold for money instead of given away must be submitted to the related category Games/Roleplaying/Genres/Modern_and_Espionage.
Sites for a homemade "free" roleplaying systems should be submitted to the Free Systems subcategory.Science Fiction roleplaying games usually focus on the future, and usually use technology as the source of wonder, where a Fantasy game would use magic. Aliens, spaceships, psionics, laser blasts, and other planets all have their place here, though not all games will use all of these. The first Science Fiction roleplaying game (the first roleplaying game at all that was not a medieval fantasy) was GDW's Traveller.
Please submit system-specific sites to the appropriate sub-category.This category contains pages with information related to roleplaying games within the super hero genre. This includes pages which are of a general, non-system-specific nature and pages dealing with super-hero roleplaying systems that do not fit into pre-existing categories. In a super-hero roleplaying game (SHRPG) players take on the persona of a super-powered hero in a world very much like the Comics. (Batman, Superman, The X-Men, Spiderman, et. al.)
This category is for tabletop roleplaying games. Online, chat-based, and freeform games should be submitted to one of the subcategories of Games/Internet/Chat.Universal isn't as much a Genre as a category for RPG systems that try to work in all genres. The "related" categories aren't completely Universal, but cover many Genres.
Games that are sold for money instead of given away must be submitted to the related category Games/Roleplaying/Genres/Universal.