Below are the various roleplaying games I own and play. The first list contains games which I have devoted a website to, and the second holds games I enjoy.
The oldest Planescape site on the Internet, devoted to playing in that surreal and fantastic realm. Planescape is a campaign setting for Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, and is published by TSR.
Z'Bri Circle (Tribe 8)
My tribute to the Tribe 8 roleplaying game. A collection of Tribe 8 material for use in any Circle. Tribe 8 is published by Dream Pod 9.
Call of Cthulhu
The next best setting when compared to Planescape, Chaosium's Call of Cthulhu lets players run amok in a world created by weird fiction author, H.P. Lovecraft. Run amok, that is, until they go insane, get eaten, or simply disappear.
A relative newcomer to the industry, Holistic Games has published this amazing blend of science fiction and gothic fantasy.
For Faerie, Queen, and Country
A horrible, terrible game, HOL was created (and hand-written, no less) by Dirt Merchant games. It is quite possibly the most entertainingly awful roleplaying game out there.
Set in a strangely Orwellian/Chaplinesque utopia, Paranoia is the only game in which you get six clones of yourself to play with, and spend most of your time accusing your friends of being Commies.
Stormbringer (has since become Elric!)
Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay