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Timeline of pen and paper role-playing games

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Timeline of pen and paper role-playing games

The following is a timeline of pen and paper role-playing games. For computer role-playing games see here.

The publication year listed here is the year of the first edition in the original country. Additional editions, translations or adaptations for use in other countries are not included in this list. For editions other than the first, consult the corresponding article(s).

Unique games with identical or similar titles are listed separately. Unique means games that use different rules or settings but does not include rule revisions by the same author or publisher.

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1970s

1971

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1989

1990s

1990

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2009

2010s

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  • In French
  • In Spanish (archived)
  • In German

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