The following are role-playing games which I have only a name and possibly a company name for, but no solid information. They might well exist, but the information I have is so sketchy that I hesitate to put them in the full list. Before I put a "rumor" onto the full list, I would generally like to have at least 2 out of 3 of: author(s), publication date, and decent description (i.e. more than a few words).
Many of the below are from the Usenet Complete RPG List. Since a few entries in that list were pretty much wrong, I will not put these in until I get more information on them. Please email me if you can tell me more about any of these.
- "American Excess" (Fantasy Chronicles) Released in the UK RPG mag Fantasy Chronicles [exists -- PM] - "Anywhen Universal RP" (K Society) Universal system supposedly used by two games ("Fireland" and "Imperial Earth") advertised in _Dragon_ from '82 - '84. Unclear if it was ever released in any form. - "Corps Worlds" (Crunchy Frog) Listed as Sci-fi Combat genre in Usenet list also has conspiracy cyberpunk elements never actually released ?? - "Hellraiser" (Core Creations, LLC) Listed as Undefined genre in Usenet list This is mentioned on Core Creation's web site ("www.eoncity.com/agent/"), but I have no idea what sort of game it is. - "Mobile Suit Gundam 0079: Roleplaying game of A Year War" ( Unknown year, presumably 2003. Unknown author. ISBN 4-499-20564-6 c0076 A Japanese-language softcover RPG based on the popular anime series. It includes mecha rules as well as mobile suits for both alliance and Zion forces as well as solo play rules. - "R.A.I.D." (Centurian Pub & Mgt) Listed as Action-Adventure genre in Usenet list - "Randomania" (Gamescience) Listed as Action-Adventure genre in Usenet list - "Realms of Myth" (Stormhawk Publications) Listed as Fantasy genre in Usenet list - "Shattered Realms" (CyberRealms Inc.) Listed as Pure Fantasy genre in Usenet list Perhaps this might be the Shattered Realms MUD, in which case it would be mistakenly on the list. - "Star Khan" (Khan Games) Listed as Sci-fi genre in Usenet list There is a former miniatures line from RAFM Miniatures (www.rafm.com) similar to Warhammer 40K, including 'Cyb-Orcs'. Not clear if an RPG rules set was also released. - "The Yellow Dragon" (??) Listed as Fantasy genre in Usenet list
These are entries in the Usenet RPG list marked as being non-English language which I do not yet have any information on. If anyone bilingual can help, please let me know.
- Demons (??) - "Menhir" small press German RPG - Role (Spellbook)