I’ve only glanced at it but Low Fantasy Gaming appears to be a decent take on oldschool sword & sorcery using d20 OGL mechanics.
Low Fantasy Gaming (“LFG”) is a tabletop roleplaying game built for sword & sorcery adventures in low magic worlds.
LFG is rules light, with a heavy emphasis on Games Master (“GM”) rulings. It’s a hybrid of old school and modern game design, based on the 1d20 Open Game Licence.
Fast & Engaging Combat
Combat is designed to be fast and engaging, with minimal waiting between turns. Creativity is encouraged via martial exploits and magic.
Dangerous & Gritty
Battle is genuinely dangerous and every skirmish takes a toll. The threat of serious injury or death is never far away.
A “Realistic” World
LFG worlds tend to mimic our own classical or medieval periods. Humans are the default player race. Magic and fantastic monsters exist, but are very rare.
If anyone has played LFG and has some feedback, particularly about how the game would appeal to oldschool gamers who prefer OD&D, AD&D, or Classic D&D, let me know.