Alright lads. Part two of this list of shit I am willing to run. Consider it conditionally incomplete. I have more games in my collection, and am open to learning ones not on the list, but I aint about to go wildly off track when I have unplayed shit in my collection as is. Temper any suggestions accordingly.
Anyway, these are games that I'd consider Lite+ and up.
Pulpy sci fi in the 1930s and 40s that never was. Radium and rayguns aplenty as well as a populated solar system complete with venusian jungles and martian cities where skirmishes are fought between forces like the Royal Martian Fusiliers, Lincoln Brigade and Deutsche Marskorps. Its pretty ebin tbh.
>Mercenaries, Spies and Private Eyes
Another pulp game but tends to be more grounded. It does different types of games ranging from action like Where Eagles Dare and The Wild Geese, through to Hard Boiled detective stories and James Bond. It is also interestingly the system that forms the basis of the Wasteland games.
The original game could only have come from Japan, and is fun in its own turbo-autistic way, but is actually a good system underneath it. I have successfully run it hacked as a more traditional fantasy game before (guards within a literal god's castle). Unlikely to get chosen but the option is there.
>The One Ring
Hands down the best Tolkien game ever made. I dont know it well but the rules really feel right and adventuring feels like an adventure with a company and the fact that the game breaks up for the winter and makes a mechanic of it for character and setting development is brilliant.
You know what this is. Pros are a nice and easy to understand system, and I have the splat that expands on the rules to get the feeling of ties to NPCs meaning something. Cons are that the system is just okay to good and never really knocks your socks off. I also only have it in hard copy so player aids would have to be typed out to be given to you.
The same game and setting but different crunchiness. Its a mix of cyberpunk, regular sci fi and a bit of ancient aliens. Its fun and can be played pretty straight as a cyberpunk space setting too. Were I running it for EC, I would probably play Bodycount which has fewer options but is significantly easier to work with. I also have an alternative setting brewed for the game if you want something different to the stock.