Play random scientists, reporters, military men, random people on the street, or the children of any of all these, going through a variety of pointless intrigues or sub-plots until 2/3 of the way through the game session, at which point (1d6-1) giant monsters start destroying the city and you scatter for your lives. Bonus points for coming up with a heavy-handed moral to the story!
Zee Zee Zee: The Rip Van Winkle Roleplaying Game
Using thirty different tables, come up with an excruciatingly-detailed character in 19th-century New England, who then sleeps for the rest of the game session.
Pastures & Pitchforks
Play peasants and serfs in a peaceful, agrarian pseudo-medieval kingdom that's beloved by its neighbors and ruled by a benevolent king. Includes a complete campaign setting, "Little Puddle-on-the-Wold" and starter scenario, "The Day Old Paint's Stall Was Left Open."
What do you think, sirs?