This is the jumping off point for all the Fudge related material I have online. Including complete games, conversion material for other games, and ideas for games using Fudge that I hope to run some day.
Much of this has been created for my Tuesday Knights gaming group.
Phudge is my version of Fudge. My Phudge page has the Phudge stuff that I've done so far.
My fantasy setting using Phudge.
The conversions I have at the moment are Judge Dredd, Traveller and Deadlands.
You can now read most of my notes for the Deadlands to Fudge conversion of Pinnacle Entertainment Group's Deadlands role playing game.
Most of the cool mechanics are still there like cards and chips, but the dice rolling system has been changed.
I am a big fan of the comic and have my own Fudge Dredd rules adaption and conversion notes on my Phudge Dredd page.
Traveller has always been one of my favourite settings. A lot of my Traveller stuff is on my Traveller page
The other games I have at the moment are Special Forces and MCPD.
Special Forces is my Action Movie Roleplaying system.
MCPD is Melbourne City Police Department. A Fudge Cyberpunk game which I have been wanting to run for a few years but don't think I'll get around to. All I have is the idea and the beginning of the first player handout.
Combined Deadlands and Traveller skill lists (pdf).
A web page that generates Fudge dice rolls ready for printing and crossing off.
Fudge is a role-playing game written by Steffan O'Sullivan, with extensive input from the Usenet community of rec.games.design. The basic rules of Fudge are available on the internet via anonymous ftp at oz.plymouth.edu, and in book form or on disk from Grey Ghost Press, Inc., P.O. Box 838, Randolph, MA 02368. They may be used with any gaming genre. While an individual work derived from Fudge may specify certain attributes and skills, many more are possible with Fudge. Every Game Master using Fudge is encouraged to add or ignore any character traits. Anyone who wishes to distribute such material for free may do so - merely include this ABOUT Fudge notice and disclaimer (complete with Fudge copyright notice). If you wish to charge a fee for such material, other than as an article in a magazine or other periodical, you must first obtain a royalty-free license from the author of Fudge, Steffan O'Sullivan, P.O. Box 465, Plymouth, NH, 03264.
The following materials based on Fudge, entitled Phudge, Phudge Dredd, Phudge Traveller, Phudge Deadlands, Special Forces and MCPD, are created by, made available by, and Copyright (C) by Phillip Webb, and are not necessarily endorsed in any way by Steffan O'Sullivan or any publisher of other Fudge materials. Neither Steffan O'Sullivan nor any publisher of other Fudge materials is in any way responsible for the content of these materials unless specifically credited. Original Fudge materials Copyright (C)1992-1995 by Steffan O'Sullivan, All Rights Reserved.