Yesterday, I received a copy of the Brazilian old school RPG, Old Dragon, in the mail, about which I'll be talking once I've had a chance to look at it more carefully (and look is all I'll be able to do, since I can't read Portuguese). That reminded me of a point often discussed in the comments to many posts, namely that the roleplaying hobby is much larger than its English-language part. I'm personally most familiar with French RPGs (since it's a language I can read), being very fond of the historical game Miles Christi, for example.
There are undoubtedly a vast number of other games I've never even heard of, let alone had the chance to read. So, for today's Open Friday, post about interesting and unusual roleplaying games in languages other than English. I'd prefer to hear about original non-English RPGs rather than licensed translations of existing game, but, if there's something particularly noteworthy about a translated edition, that's fair game too.