RPG Company List: Italy
0one Roleplaying Games
- Via Morghen 92, 80129, Naples (Italy)
Small-press makers of 3rd edition D&D (aka "D20") adventures.
Founded by Mario Barbati in 2000.
An Italian development group of role playing games, illustrations, comics and more.
Makers of the martial arts RPG
Musha Shugyo (2015) by Luca De Marini.
Founded by Luca De Marini and David Quaroni.
Small-press makers of games including the paranormal detective RPG,
Nameless Streets (2010),
and the martial arts RPG,
as well as supplements for RuneQuest and the Basic Roleplaying system
including "BRP Rome", "Merrie England", and others. Headed by
Small-press makers of the dark fantasy / horror RPG
Nephandum (2005) and the fantasy RPG
(both using the D20 system), along with the post-apocalyptic horror RPG
Sine Requie (2006).
Small-press makers of the Italian language RPG,
by Iacopo Frigerio.
Small-press makers of the magical pets RPG
Familiars (2007), and the fantasy RPG
Tales of Blades and Heroes (2012), along with the fast-play fantasy
miniatures rules "Song of Blades and Heroes" and "Song of Gold and Darkness".
Founded in 2007 by author Andrea Sfiligoi.
Small-press publishers of RPGs and boardgames in electronic (PDF)
Small-press makers of supplements in English and Italian for
Dungeons & Dragons, along with
Super - Il Gioco di ruolo dei supereroi (2008),
an Italian-language adaptation of
BASH! Basic Action Super Heroes.
Founded in 2005 by Danilo Moretti (Creative direction),
Stefano Cocciardi (Editing), Davide Quatrini (Game Design),
Ciro Alessandro Sacco (Editing), Michele Zanellino (Translations
and Game Design), and Jennifer Schoonover (proofreading and
- Via Calagrande 9, 55040 Capezzano Pianore, LU (Italy)
An Italian company, makers of Italian-langauge RPGs:
Dragon Ball Z,
Il Gioco Di Ruolo Di Ken Il Guerriero, and
Rose and Poison
An Italian company, makers of the Italian-language modern
Angeli e Demoni, 2nd edition
Orlando Furioso, the modern horror RPG
Sine Requie, and
the Italian version of
The Extraordinary Adventures of Baron Munchausen under
the title "Le straodinarie avventure del Barone di Munchausen".
In 2002 they published a free game called "Free fantasy" that is
available for download from our website, and an open-license
system entitled "Open Fantasy Rules" with cyberpunk and horror
genre support in addition.
John H. Kim <jhkim-at-darkshire-dot-net>
Last modified: Mon Jul 2 09:16:03 2018