Anything with "Highshool" in it
Bad BoyxGood Girl
Pervy StudentxStudent they annoy
Harvest Moon Canon or OC
Mister Vampire - Supernatural action in Los Angeles. Purge the city, or claim it for yourself. Secrets and betrayal throughout. Knights of the Lily - Undead-centric fantasy. Outcast from society as a necromancer or sympathizer to them, fight for wealth or justice, but above all else, fight to survive. Who can you trust? In a world without heroes, who is truly a villain? Ashes of the Stars - Ship-based sci-fi set within 20 light years of Earth. In the wake of the Deutrion Wars and collapse of the Old Federation, you and your crew work as mercenaries and scavengers just to keep your ship running between the worlds now run by dictators, warlords, and oppressive bureaucracies. The Old Federation may not have been as nice as people like to remember, and some of the skeletons in its closet might still be around. Uses Chamomile Freeform.
Chamomile Freeform is an excessively simple character advancement system, which helps provide some structure to the abilities and power levels of the PCs in a freeform game, while still leaving how those abilities used completely up to the imagination of the individual players. If you want to tape a grenade to a load-bearing pillar to bring a building down, you don't have to roll dice or wait for GM approval, you can just do it, just like a generic freeform game. The system does give a lot of structure towards which characters have which skills or abilities, however (you might not have grenades in the first place, for example), thus allowing characters to feel specialized and unique in their skillsets, instead of running together as they sometimes tend to, particularly in underused genres (in sci-fi, for example, whenever the pilot is unavailable, it turns out everyone else already knows how to fly the ship anyway, you have a security guy but everyone else gets into gun fights and seems to do just fine anyway, etc. etc.). Details can be found for free on my blog.