Death or Glory uses a percentile dice system and has medieval, magic and firearms supplements. In addition, there are rules for a medieval board game that allows you to lay out larger battles.
The indefatigable Jim Wallman has a new set of miniatures rules called “The Pirates of Yendor.” It’s for fantasy naval warfare, with rules for elf and dwarf galleys, corsairs and such. It also has an interesting pre-planned movement system using cards.
It all makes me want to get out my old Games Workshop Man O War figures.
Phobos is an RPG of the “Wonders and Terrors of Technology and Magic.” There doesn’t appear to be any real background, but the system is geared toward a modern setting with magic. It uses an open-ended d20 system (in which you roll again if you score a 20).
Floating Islands is a free print and play game about building an archipelago from floating sky islands.
Te Wapen is one of those rules sets being developed by a group using the Yahoo Groups website. This one is a fantasy variant of the BattleCry and Memior ’44 games engine.