I last took French back a hundred years ago in High School. While some words and phrases look familiar and I can understand them, trying to play a game in French would be impossible. Thankfully, there's those out there looking to translate games into English. One such group is looking to make Librete for an English-speaking audience. Check it out if you want to see what happens when all the adults in the world suddenly vanish.
From the campaign:
Libreté is a tabletop role-playing game that invites you to assume the lives of children trying to survive in a world without adults. To survive in The City you'll need to come together to form a community with other refugee children, overcome the gangs that seek to take what is yours and avoid being devoured by the Sirens of the Storm that lurk in every drop and puddle.
Finding your way home is an absurd fantasy—in The City everything is a struggle. Whether you're a newcomer, the head of a powerful faction or an established outcast, you'll quickly learn that nobody is coming to save you and that sometimes the only way to survive immediate danger is to embrace long-lasting trauma. How you cope with this stress and how it affects your future decisions, determines the success of your isolated group.
The campaign is up and running now with 15 days left to go.