Roleplaying anthropomorphic animals - animals that have hands, walk on two legs, use tools, speak, etc. They don't necessarily have to be "furry", or human-shaped - birds, reptiles and the like are generally acceptable. The key is that they are intelligent enough to be considered a person. Even though this sounds like a cartoon in the making, this is not necessarily a light-hearted comedy - sophisticated dramas can be played out in this genre (think Watership Down).
Character generator and background from a play-by-e-mail campaign for the science fiction game from Chessex.
Wikipedia article on an early game revolving around intelligent rabbits, with an emphasis on problem-solving, and its GURPS derivative.
Amateur module for the d20 Modern RPG based on the Starfox games.
Atlas Games' official page for their game of anthropomorphic pirates.
Email-based RPG where characters go on strange adventures, use UPC barcodes for power ups, and engage in mini-games.
Heroic adventure set in a fantasy realm inhabited by animorphs. Game details, name generator, wallpapers and online store.
Free RPG in which British woodland creatures fight for survival in a hostile world.
Steve Jackson Games' official site for Toon! Features product list, articles, and errata.
Feline roleplaying forum for fans of Erin Hunter's 'Warriors' novels.
Multi-species adventure set on a giant tree, in a mostly-civilized world where magic is a fact of life, and monsters can bury cities with the flick of a tail. Mailing list, character sheets, art and other downloads.
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