Quite the best game of competitive boasting that has ever been written, based on the exploits of a real-life German aristocrat, soldier and adventurer in the eighteenth century, whose after-dinner tales of his extraordinary exploits were immortalised in a book by Rudolph Raspe, and turned into several films. More a parlor game than a RPG, it is easy to learn, easy to get into, fun to play again and again!
An extradordinary game that takes an hour to play and there's an actual winner. You can start playing three minutes after starting to read it, it's so easy to learn. Instead of dice or cards, its system of mechanics uses money and fine wines. And you don't need a GM.