Love role-playing games like D&D and looking for something similar to play? We've rounded up 13 other options that you can get lost in for hours on end...
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1. Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay: Signs of Faith
- Players have the ability to play as different characters, using the included background information to provide them with knowledge as to how their characters would act.
- Game masters are able to run the game, using the new rules involved to help streamline gameplay and keep everyone guessing as to the outcome.
- Players work together to achieve a common goal, making sure to roleplay their characters to enjoy the best possible experience with this game.
- Features a variety of talent, location, item, condition, action, and disease cards as well as standups for enemies and NPC, tracking tokens, and sourcebooks to make understanding and playing this game fast and easy for players of all levels and abilities.
2. One Night Ultimate Vampire
- Perfect for 3 to 10 players, and each player will have a powerful new role to enjoy and roleplay during the game.
- Players get to play as vampires, gremlins, assassins, or other roles, each with their own amazing powers and abilities.
- The included and free Android/iOS app is engaging and makes gameplay fast and easy.
- Players partake in a night phase that has them changing roles.
- All players work hard to find out who the vampire is in the five minutes after the night phase.
- Thanks to the app, this game is very easy to play and players won’t have problems knowing when they need to change roles or how long they have to try to find the vampire in their midst, as the app keeps track and time for them.
3. The Ravenwood Masquerade Murder
- This is a murder mystery party dinner for 8 to 18 people, featuring downloadable invitations so that everyone will be in the mood and ready to play when the game arrives.
- The theme is “masquerade ball,” and there are three different rounds of play, in addition to a pregame play round.
- Contains host and guest instructions, as well as bonus instructions, for the game.
- All of the envelopes have been clearly labeled to make it as easy as possible for players to act out their role.
- Features adhesive name tags so that players will be able to identify others while they are in costume and to better understand their roles in the game.
- Perfect game for a whole night of fun with friends, and offers hours of gameplay as the participants work their way through the three different rounds of play.
4. MechWarrior: Age of Destruction
- Contains all of the components that players need to start playing this game without delay, including figures, cards, and information.
- Players have to work hard to conquer their opponents, taking on roles that they play for the game.
- Thanks to the quality of the figures, it’s easy to keep track of damage done to them, as well as their abilities, making this gameplay fast and easy.
- The game brings an interesting aspect of wargaming to the table, and because you can buy expansion packs to use in addition with this set, it’s easy to expand the game if you want to improve gameplay and have more pieces.
- Includes all of the rules necessary for players to not only create a new character, but also to customize it for the best possible gameplay.
- The robust system allows players to run their characters through a variety of different challenging adventures and battles against monsters.
- Players are only limited by their imagination and how much creativity they are able to bring to the table when playing this game.
- Includes a handbook, game master’s guide, transition guide, seven polyhedral dice, over 80 pawns, and character sheets so that you can start playing without any delay.
- All of the components are high quality and have been made to last so that players don’t need to worry about whether or not their pieces will be damaged.
- There are also downloads on the website that will provide you with more blank and prefilled character sheets, additional adventures, and character options to consider.
6. Descent: Journeys in the Dark
- One player plays the treacherous overload and the other players have to be the courageous heroes.
- All heroes have quests and adventures that they must go on, visiting ruins, caves, forests, and dungeons to earn money, fight monsters, and try to prevent the overload from carrying out their plot.
- With one to two hours of gameplay for two to five players, and incredible components, this game ensures that you won’t ever play the same game twice.
- The board pieces are modular and double sided, allowing players to set up a new board and create a new world each time they play.
- The companion app can be used to assume the role of the overload, which allows all of the other players to act as heroes, which is great when playing with people who are new to role playing games.
7. Mice and Mystics
- One hour of gameplay for between one to four players, making this a great game for players to enjoy on their own if they are unable to get any friends to play with them.
- While the game is more fun with a group of people, it is possible to play a game by yourself and enjoy the game and get a lot out of it.
- Players act as people loyal to the king who have been turned into mice, but still need to help protect the king, defeat the evil trying to overtake the kingdom, and work together to save the kingdom from falling.
- This is a great cooperative game for players who aren’t interested in battling against each other and instead want to work together to win.
8. Legends of Andor
- Thanks to the illustrated and easy to understand rulebook, between two and four players will enjoy 60-90 minutes of play with this great game.
- Players have to band together to fight and survive, working together to defeat enemies who are encroaching on the castle.
- Not only is the artwork stunning, but the components are all high quality and have been made to ensure that they won’t be damaged during play.
- There are 71 legend cards that will walk players through five different adventures while playing.
- The four hero boards outline the heroes special abilities and how they can best help defeat the enemies who are attacking.
- Thanks to the quick-start guide, reference manual, and explanations of all of the elements of gameplay that players will run into, it’s easier than ever for new players to begin their roleplaying journey thanks to this game.
- Two expansion packs are available, making it possible for six people to play at a time and offering more heroes for variety.
9. Castle Panic
- Great game for one person to play by themselves, but also offers support for up to six people to play at once.
- The rules can easily be customized if there is a concern about the game being too hard or too easy for the people playing, which means that this is a great game to play with a group of people who are just getting into roleplaying games.
- Since it is a cooperative game, there is very little pressure on individual players to be able to stand alone when playing, which is great for newbies.
- Players use cards in their hands to fight monsters, moving them closer to the castle and placing new ones in the forest that will need to be defeated with future moves.
- Thanks to the high-quality components, bright colors, and attractive illustrations, this game can easily span generations and bring together large groups of people who are looking to play a game.
10. Star Wars: Imperial Assault
- The sculpted plastic figures are durable and easy to hold and move throughout the game.
- Players can choose to be a member of the rebellion or instead command imperial officers, storm troopers, and AT-ST walkers.
- There are more than 30 missions, which means that you won’t ever have to worry about playing the same game or campaign twice.
- Choose from a campaign game that is set in the Star Wars universe, with the Empire and Rebel Alliance forces facing off against each other.
- Additionally, players can start an Imperial Assault campaign, which features a fast skirmish game that puts players head to head in battle as they try to wipe each other out while still completing key objectives in the game.
- There are multiple expansion packs that can be used with this game.
11. Fortune and Glory
- Two to six players try to find ancient articles, fight back evil forces, and explore temples while racing against evil to complete all of these tasks.
- The most agile explorer of all will be able to follow the cards, adventure across the gorgeous game board, and explore to win.
- There are a number of different ways to play with the basic box, and since there are many expansions to choose from, it’s easy to improve gameplay.
- Rely on rolling the dice to make moves with your character, trying to gain 15 different types of treasure.
- There are many different pieces and components to be set up for play, but the game is high quality and all of the components are made to last.