Adventures set on Earth
The following adventures are set partially or entirely on Earth:
- Animal Farm by Sam Ruby
- Apocalypse 2021 by Hoyle Purvis, set in a high school in the fictional community of Wagramtown.
- Batman!! by Andrew Geha, set in the fictional Gotham City.
- B I Z A R R O by Allan Porter, set in the fictional American town of De Bunk, Iowa.
- The Beermeister's Brewery by Jeff Actor, set on Earth judging from items and surroundings, though this is not made explicit.
- The Bridge of Catzad-Dum by Nathan Segerlind, the introduction of which is set in Japan.
- Count Dracula's Castle by Robert Parker, set in the Wallachian Plain region of Romania.
- The Doomsday Clock by Jim Tankard, set in and around the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia.
- Flying Circus by Rick Krebs, set in mostly British locales from Monty Python.
- Gamma 1 by Robert Parker, set on Earth in the early 21st century.
- Ground Zero by Sam, set on an Earth devastated by nuclear war.
- The High School of Horrors by Michael Haney and Aaron Hunt.
- Hills of History by David Smith, featuring various historical settings.
- Idol of the Incas by Clyde Easterday, set at Machu Picchu in Peru.
- The Jungles of Vietnam by Jeff Allen.
- Leadlight by Wade Clarke, set at the fictional Linville Girls High School in Australia's Blue Mountains.
- Lost! by Nathan Segerlind, set in the Cheers! bar, a jungle, a US school, etc.
- The Lost World by Sam, set near a damaged nuclear power plant.
- Modern Problems by Bonnie Anderson, Tony Barban, and Jay Thompson, set in Seattle, Washington, circa 1983.
- Monty Python and the Holy Grail by Nathan Segerlind, set in England in the Middle Ages.
- Peg's Place by Margaret Anderson and Anne Anderson, set in a Wisconsin school.
- The Pyramid of Cheops by Robert Parker.
- Pyramid of the Ancients by Joe Pirone and Robert Pirone, set in a desert pyramid.
- The Quest for the Holy Grail by Evan Hodson, set in England in the Middle Ages.
- Ragnarok Revisited by Nathan Segerlind, set in a fictionalized northern Scandinavia.
- Revenge of the Bookworm by Robert Parker, set in the Bookworm's lair in Des Moines.
- The Ruins of Belfast by David Sparks, set in Northern Ireland.
- The School of Death by Kurt Townsend, set in an American high school.
- The Sewers of Chicago by Jeff Allen.
- The Sub-Aquan Laboratory by Michael Penner.
- Superfortress of Lin Wang by Sam Bhayani, set in Japan.
- Tenement of the Damned by J. M. Menassanch, set in Paris, France.
- Tomb of the Vampire by William Trent and Matthew Grayson, set near the town of Brasov in the Transylvania region of Romania.
- The Tower of London by Fred Smith and Sandy Smith.
- A Trip to Fort Scott by William Trent, set at Fort Scott, Kansas.
- Utterly Outrageous by Pat Gise.
- A Vacation in Europe by David Smith, set in various locations across the continent.
In the distant future Earth leads an interstellar alliance known at the Terran Federation, described in Roger Pender's FutureQuest and FutureQuest II. Bob Slemon's The Final Frontier places Earth within the territory of the future United Federation of Eamon, at coordinates (2,4,3).