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    • List of wargame publishers

    • List of wargame publishers is an index of commercial companies that publish wargames. Academy Games: www.AcademyGames.com Publisher of Conflict of Heroes, Birth of America - 1775 Rebellion. Eagle Software: http://www.eagle-software.co.uk 25 years of development of the Follow The Eagle Computer moderated wargame syste ... Read »


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    • List of game manufacturers

    • This list includes manufacturers of card games, board games, miniatures games, wargames, role-playing games, and collectible card games, and manufacturers of accessories for use in those games. Not included in this list are companies that simply resell products of other companies, although many of the companies listed ... Read »


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    • Adams & Co. (Boston)


    • Adiken

    • Adiken was a company that made miniatures and miniatures supplies. They also made an adventure board game called Nin-Gonost. Their website has not been updated since 2005 and all attempts to contact them fail. ... Read »


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    • Agents of Gaming

    • Agents of Gaming was a game design studio that started out in January 1992 by Bruce Graw. The company's original purpose was to run Galactic Conquest, the play-by-mail game which became Star Fleet Warlord. Galactic Conquest had originally been run as a hobby (first created in late 1989), but proved its worth in the fir ... Read »


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    • American Specialty Toy Retailing Association

    • The American Specialty Toy Retailing Association, or ASTRA, is an organization of manufacturers, manufacturers representatives, distributors and retailers of specialty toys (as compared to mass market product). The American Specialty Toy Retailing Association (ASTRA) is a non-profit association that provides leadershi ... Read »


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    • APBA

    • APBA (pronounced "APP-bah") is a game company founded in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It was created in 1951 by trucking firm purchaser J. Richard Seitz (1915-1992). The acronym stands for "American Professional Baseball Association", the name of a board game league Seitz devised in 1931 with eight high school classmates. ... Read »


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    • Avalanche Press

    • Avalanche Press is an American company that publishes board wargames and has published some role-playing game supplements. They have produced The Great War at Sea and Panzer Grenadier series, as well as Red Parachutes, one of their earliest games and a detailed study of the Soviet crossing of the Dnepr River in 1943. ... Read »


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    • Buffalo Games

    • Buffalo Games, Inc.

      Buffalo Games is an American company that specializes in board games and puzzles, headquartered in Buffalo, New York. Founded in 1986, Buffalo Games continues to develop its products, with all manufacturing taking place in the United States. Buffalo's product line has often included popular artists and licenses such as ... Read »


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    • Chicago Coin

    • Chicago Coin was one of the early major manufacturers of pinball tables. Chicago Coin, founded in 1931, would make pingames and modern pinball machines for over 45 years before being sold to the Stern family in 1977 and becoming Stern Electronics, Inc. The proper name of the entity was Chicago Coin Machine Division of ... Read »


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    • Clash of Arms

    • Clash of Arms Games is a wargaming company best known for a high level of graphics quality and moderately to highly complex games, often focusing on the Napoleonic era, but with offerings in most eras of military history. Besides boardgames, such as the La Bataille series, it has published miniature wargaming rulesets, ... Read »


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    • Crown and Andrews

    • Crown and Andrews is a game manufacturer in Australia and the UK. It makes board games, educational games, wooden puzzles, Rubiks puzzles and jigsaw puzzles. Crown and Andrews has made many board games licensed from TV shows, some of them are listed below: ... Read »


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    • Decision Games

    • Decision Games is a wargaming company founded by Christopher Cummins that publishes Strategy & Tactics magazine. The company has bought the rights to many Simulations Publications games and is reprinting many of them, as well as creating new, original games that vary in complexity. The company publishes several magazi ... Read »


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    • DreamForge Intertainment

    • DreamForge Intertainment Inc.

      DreamForge Intertainment, Inc. was an American computer game developer. DreamForge was founded as Event Horizon Software, Inc. by the computer game developers Thomas Holmes, Christopher Straka, and James Namestka in Greensburg. Shortly after its foundation they changed the name to Dreamforge Intertainment. Until i ... Read »


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    • DV Giochi

    • dV Giochi, formerly daVinci Games, is an Italian publisher of board games and card games. They collaborated with Mayfair Games until August 2008 and with them released the Origins award winning Bang! DV Giochi was founded in the year of 2001. Once the company began working on commercials and making better relationship ... Read »


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    • Eagle Games

    • Eagle Games, now known as Eagle-Gryphon games, is a board game publisher. Eagle Games was founded in 2001 by Glenn Drover, and was bought by Ashland, Oregon-based FRED Distribution, Inc. doing business as Gryphon Games in 2007. From 2007 to 2014 they published games under the two lines as Gryphon Games and Eagle G ... Read »


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    • FSpace Publications

    • FSpace Publications is a role-playing game publisher founded in 1991 under a different trading name (Future Systems) until it rebranded in 1994. It is an active publisher of science fiction roleplaying products. FSpace Publications was originally established in 1991. The founding members consisted of Martin Rait, ... Read »


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    • Fundex Games

    • Fundex Games, Ltd. was an American toy and game company based in Plainfield, Indiana. Founded in 1986, Fundex Games produces many different games including card games, dice games, domino-based games, magic tricks, board games, and children's toys. Fundex also produces a line of outdoor lawn and tailgate games. Fundex G ... Read »


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    • Funskool

    • Funskool (India) Ltd.

      Funskool (India) Ltd. is an Indian toy manufacturing company founded in 1987 with headquarters in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. Apart from its own brands, the company also manufactures and distributes products in the Indian market under license from foreign toy brands including Hasbro, Lego, Disney, Warner Bros., Takara Tomy, a ... Read »


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    • Game Designers' Workshop


    • Game Manufacturers Association

    • The Game Manufacturers Association (GAMA) is a non-profit trade association based in Columbus, Ohio, dedicated to the advancement of the non-electronic social games industry - Board/Tabletop Games, Miniatures Games, Card Games, Collectable/Tradeable Card Games, Role-Playing Games, and Live-Action Role Playing Games. It ... Read »


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    • Game Research/Design


    • Games Research Inc

    • Games Research Inc was a boardgame publisher in the 1960s and 1970s. Among the games it published are: ... Read »


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    • Gamewright Games

    • Gamewright Games is a Board game publishing company founded in 1994. Among its publications are Forbidden Island, Loot, Forbidden Desert and Sushi Go. ... Read »


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    • Goodman Games

    • Goodman Games

      Goodman Games is an American game publisher, best known for the Dungeon Crawl Classics series of adventure modules, the Dragonmech and the award-winning Etherscope role-playing games. The company produced licensed adventures Wicked Fantasy Factory, Judges Guild, Xcrawl, Iron Heroes, Castles and Crusades, and Death Deal ... Read »


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    • Grenadier Models Inc.

    • Grenadier Models Inc. of Springfield, Pennsylvania produced lead miniature figures for wargames and role-playing games with fantasy, science fiction and heroic themes between 1975 and 1996. Grenadier Models Inc. is best known for their figures for TSR, Inc.'s Advanced Dungeons & Dragons game, collectible Dragon-of-the- ... Read »


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    • Hasbro

    • Hasbro, Inc.

      Hasbro, Inc. (an abbreviation of its original name, Hassenfeld Brothers) /ˈhæzbroʊ/ is an American multinational toy and board game company. Hasbro is the third largest toy maker in the world with revenues of approximately $4.45 billion. Hasbro acquired the trademarks and products of Kenner, Parker Brothers an ... Read »


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    • Hobby World

    • Hobby World is the largest publishing house in Russia specializing in producing and distributing board games of the following categories: games for children, family games, party games, strategy games, military games, collectible card games. The head office is located in Moscow, the Kiev regional office has been open si ... Read »


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    • Ideal Toy Company

    • Ideal Toy Company

      Ideal Toy Company was an American toy company founded by Morris and Rose Michtom. During the post–World War II baby boom era, Ideal became the largest doll-making company in the United States. Their most popular dolls included Betsy Wetsy, Toni, Saucy Walker, Shirley Temple, Miss Revlon, Patti Playpal, Tammy, Thum ... Read »


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    • Imagination Games

    • Imagination Games is a multi-platform game company that creates, produces and distributes interactive entertainment. Imagination Game is a subsidiary of Imagination Entertainment and part of the Imagination Group of Companies. Imagination is a global games and media company with offices and distribution in United Sta ... Read »


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    • Intellect Games

    • Intellect Games made a series of board games in the 1970s. Many of these games were notable in that they did not rely on chance. The outcome of the games was dependent on tactics. Hare and Tortoise (1974) — A race game where forward movement cost carrots, and moving backwards gained carrots. You also gained carro ... Read »


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    • International Team

    • International Team (IT) was an Italian game company founded in the 1970s and active until the early 1980s. While the company started as a jigsaw puzzle producer, it is mostly remembered as a wargame company, a business that IT approached in 1979, after game designer Marco Donadoni joined in. IT was the first Italian wa ... Read »


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    • Iron Crown Enterprises

    • Iron Crown Enterprises

      Iron Crown Enterprises (ICE) has produced role playing, board, miniature, and collectible card games since 1980. Many of ICE's better-known products were related to J. R. R. Tolkien's world of Middle-earth, but the Rolemaster rules system, and its science-fiction equivalent, Spacemaster, have been the foundation of ICE ... Read »


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    • Irwin Toy

    • Irwin Toy Limited

      Irwin Toy Limited was a Canadian distributor and manufacturer of toys. It was Canada's oldest toy company and remained independent and family owned until 2001. The company began in 1926 as an importer and distributor of dry goods and clothing, located in Sam and Beatrice Irwin's house. Later, the company moved to ... Read »


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    • Jeux Descartes

    • Jeux Descartes was a French publisher of roleplaying games and board games. Their most popular lines included: Eurogames, a set of serious board games, previously published by Duccio Vitale's independent company; Blue Games, small card games for larger groups; and Games for Two. Jeux Descartes was founded in 1977 and ... Read »


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    • Kenzer & Company


    • Last Unicorn Games

    • Last Unicorn Games (LUG) was a games publisher owned by Christian Moore, that was eventually absorbed by Wizards of the Coast. Last Unicorn developed the collectible card games Dune (1997) and Heresy: Kingdom Come (1995) as well as the 1994 role-playing game Aria: Canticle of the Monomyth The company also produced rol ... Read »


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    • List of Milton Bradley Company products

    • This is a list of products produced by the Milton Bradley Company. ... Read »


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    • Metagaming Concepts

    • Metagaming Concepts, later known simply as Metagaming, was a company that published board games from 1974 to 1983. It was founded and owned by Howard Thompson, who designed the company's first game, Stellar Conquest. The company also invented Microgames and published Steve Jackson's first designs, including Ogre, G.E.V ... Read »


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    • Milton Bradley Company

    • Milton Bradley

      BattleshipBuffalo Bill GunConnect FourCrossfireFireball IslandGame of KnowledgeHero QuestHotelsHungry Hungry HipposThe Game of LifeSimonTwisterYahtzeeAxis & AlliesGamemaster Series The Milton Bradley Company was an American board game manufacturer established by Milton Bradley in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1860. I ... Read »


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    • Mosigra

    • Mosigra

      Mosigra is a Russian company, one of the country’s largest federal networks of board games shops. The company was founded in 2008 by a graduate of Mechanics and Mathematics Faculty of Moscow State University, Dmitry Kibkalo and his friend Dmitry Borisov. After university Kibkalo had worked for the press depar ... Read »


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    • NewVenture Games

    • NewVenture Games is a design and development part-time business for board games with tangible apparatuses such as cards, dice, boards and pawns. Begun as a hobby over 20 years ago, development continues. None of the games are currently being manufactured in quantity, but hand-built copies are available for most of them ... Read »


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    • Onyx Path Publishing

    • Onyx Path Publishing

      Onyx Path Publishing (aka The Onyx Path) is a role-playing game company that produces licensed products as well as company-owned and creator-owned games. The name "The Onyx Path" and the company's logo appeared on White Wolf products and their message board in early 2012. There was some speculation about their meaning ... Read »


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    • Operational Studies Group

    • Operational Studies Group, also known as OSG, is a publisher of tabletop wargames mostly devoted to the wars of Napoleon I. Some of their more notable games include Napoleon at Leipzig, Napoleon at Bay and Bonaparte in Italy. OSG is a leader in the design and production of Napoleonic Wargames. OSG's Board Wargames are ... Read »


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    • Optimus Design Systems

    • Optimus Design Systems (ODS) was a small publisher of role-playing games (RPGs), based in Buffalo, New York. The company produced two products, the Battlelords of the 23rd Century science-fiction role-playing game, and the Blood Dawn post-apocalyptic RPG. ODS produced the first of several editions of Battlelords of the ... Read »


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    • Outset Media

    • Outset Media Corporation

      Outset Media Corporation is a Canadian company which develops and distributes family entertainment products, specializing in board games, party games, card games, and jigsaw puzzles. In addition to developing its own games, Outset Media also distributes games and puzzles in Canada for United States-based companies. ... Read »


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    • Oxford Games

    • Oxford Games Ltd, incorporated in 1991, is an English board game company. Founded by Leslie Scott ( the creator of Jenga), and the graphic designer, Sara Finch. Finch & Scott co-designed Swipe and The Great Western Railway Game (published by Gibsons Games) in 1985, and then went on to develop and design almost for ... Read »


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    • Parker Brothers

    • Parker Brothers

      Parker Brothers was an American toy and game manufacturer which later became a brand of Hasbro. More than 1,800 games were published under the Parker Brothers name since 1883. Among its products were Monopoly, Cluedo (licensed from the British publisher and known as Clue in North America), Sorry!, Risk, Trivial Pursuit ... Read »


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    • Pirateer

    • Pirateer is a board game created by Scott Peterson in 1978 originally named Privateer, and later published by the Mendocino Game Company in 1995. The game's objective is to either return the treasure to home port or to capture all opponents' ships using movement restricted by dice rolls, trade winds, and currents In 1 ... Read »


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    • Precedence Entertainment

    • Precedence Entertainment was a publisher of collectible card games and role-playing games. Games produced include the Tomb Raider collectible card game which was nominated for an Origins Award in 1999, the Babylon 5 Collectible Card Game, The Wheel of Time CCG, Immortal: The Invisible War, RIFTS CCG and The Terminator ... Read »


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    • Privateer Press

    • Privateer Press Inc.

      Privateer Press is a role-playing game, miniature wargame, acrylic paint, board game and card game production and publishing studio. Privateer Press is based in Bellevue, Washington, United States, where they have their headquarters and American factory/distribution center. They have also licensed a factory in the Unit ... Read »


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    • Q-workshop

    • Q WORKSHOP is a Polish company located in Poznań that specializes in design and production of polyhedral dice and dice accessories for use in various games (role-playing games, board games and tabletop wargames). They also run an online retail store and maintain an active social media community. Q WORKSHOP was esta ... Read »


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    • Rackham

    • Rackham (later, Rackham Entertainment) was a French miniature and role-playing games production company founded in 1997 by Jean Bey, CEO and Creative Director. At its peak, Rackham had over 70 employees, including designers, illustrators, writers, sculptors, painters, and foundry-workers, and were managed by Jean Bey ... Read »


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    • RAFM Company

    • RAFM Company, Inc. of Brantford, Ontario is a producer of miniatures, reference materials, and board games. RAFM has produced games, reference materials, and their own lines of miniature figures in 15 mm, 20 mm, 25 mm, and 28 mm scales since 1977. Their games concern soldiers, adventurers, and monsters insp ... Read »


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    • Ral Partha Enterprises

    • Ral Partha Enterprises, Inc. of Cincinnati, Ohio produces miniature figures in 25 mm, 30 mm, 15 mm, and 54 mm scale. The company was founded in 1975 and is now a division of Iron Wind Metals, LLC, a company created in 2001 around Ral Partha's manufacturing capacities. The company's products are made by spin ... Read »


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    • Replay Publishing

    • Replay Baseball

      Replay Publishing is a game company based in Ohiopyle, Pennsylvania, that develops and publishes sports simulation games for the tabletop and computer. They currently produce Replay Baseball, Replay Basketball, and PC Replay Baseball. Competitors past and present include APBA, Strat-O-Matic, Big League Manager, Design ... Read »


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    • The Sam Loyd Company

    • The Sam Loyd Company

      The Sam Loyd Company is an organization based in the United States that specializes in puzzle games. The company was launched in 2005 after the work of Samuel Loyd and his son in the 1800 and 1900’s. He produced puzzles for a number of resources including the New York Saturday Courier, Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Women ... Read »


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    • John Scarne

    • John Scarne

      John Scarne (/ˈskɑːrni/; March 4, 1903 – July 7, 1985) was an American magician and book author who was particularly adept at playing card manipulation. He became known as an expert on cards and other games, and authored a number of popular books on cards, gambling, and related topics. He was born Or ... Read »


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    • Selchow and Righter

    • Selchow and Righter was a 19th- and 20th-century game manufacturer best known for the games Parcheesi and Scrabble. It was based in Bay Shore, New York. It dates back to 1867 when it was founded as E. G. Selchow & Co. In 1880, to reflect his new partnership with John Righter, the company name was changed to Selchow an ... Read »


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    • Shindana Toys

    • Shindana Toys, a division of Operation Bootstrap, Inc., was a South Central Los Angeles, California cooperative toy company formed in 1968, one of many Operation Bootstrap initiatives undertaken following the 1965 Watts Riots. Company proceeds supported businesses in the Watts area. Shindana (a Swahili word roughly mea ... Read »


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    • Skirmisher Publishing

    • Skirmisher Publishing LLC is a publisher of wargames, roleplaying games and historic reprints based in Spring Branch, Texas, USA. It was founded by the author, editor and game designer Michael J. Varhola and is co-owned by Robert "Mac" McLaughlin, Oliver Cass and Geoffrey Weber. About half of Skirmisher's products hav ... Read »


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    • Sonokong

    • Sonokong Co, Ltd. (hangul: 손오공주식회사) is a Korean toy and game, entertainment company, established in 1974. The corporate headquarters is located in Sugung-dong Guro-gu Seoul, Korea. Its technical license is owned by Takara and Hasbro. ... Read »


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    • Sophisticated Games

    • Sophisticated Games is a UK-based developer of board games best known for its series of Lord of the Rings games which are based directly on J. R. R. Tolkien's books. The company started up in 1998 in Cambridge, UK and is run by ex book publisher Robert Hyde in partnership with Ken Howard and Sophia Hyde. It is also th ... Read »


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    • SSDC, Inc.

    • SSDC, Inc. is a small publisher of role-playing games and poetry collections, based in Rochester, New York. Their two product lines are the Battlelords of the 23rd Century science-fiction role-playing game, and the Blood Dawn post-apocalyptic RPG. SSDC was formed by Michael Osadciw and Aaron Thies, two former employees ... Read »


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    • Strat-O-Matic

    • Strat-O-Matic is a game company based in Glen Head, New York, that develops and publishes sports simulation games. It produces tabletop baseball, American football, basketball, and ice hockey simulations, as well as personal computer adaptations of each, but it is primarily known for its baseball game. Strat-O-Mat ... Read »


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    • TerrorBull Games

    • TerrorBull Games is an independent games studio, based in Cambridge, UK. TerrorBull Games was founded in October 2005 by Andrew Sheerin and Andy Tompkins in order to self-publish their first board game, War on Terror. According to their own blog, TerrorBull approached several existing publishers with the game and found ... Read »


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    • University Games Corporation

    • University Games Corporation is an American game company, based in San Francisco, California. The company was founded on April 1, 1985, by Bob Moog and Cris Lehman. It has developed and manufactured over 200 games since. The very first product released by the company was Murder Mystery Party, and it generated $385,00 ... Read »


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    • White Wolf Publishing

    • White Wolf Publishing

      White Wolf Publishing is an American roleplaying game and book publisher. The company was founded in 1991 as a merger between Lion Rampant and White Wolf Magazine (est. 1986 in Rocky Face, GA; it later became "White Wolf Inphobia"), and was initially led by Mark Rein·Hagen of the former and Steve Wieck and Stewart W ... Read »


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    • WizKids

    • WizKids/NECA LLC

      WizKids/NECA, LLC is an American company based in New Jersey that first made its mark in the game industry producing collectible miniatures wargames. WizKids was purchased by and is a subsidiary of National Entertainment Collectibles Association. The company was founded in 2000 by Jordan Weisman, a veteran of the game ... Read »


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    • Wyrd (company)

    • Wyrd Miniatures produces a range of 32 mm metal and plastic miniatures, in several genres, for painters and gamers. Established and offering its first miniatures in 2005, the company is owned by Nathan Caroland and Eric Johns. In 2009, Wyrd published its first game, Malifaux, set in a dystopian city in a parallel wo ... Read »


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    • Yaquinto Publications

    • Yaquinto Publications was the wargame publishing arm of the Robert Yaquinto Printing Company of Dallas, Texas. Yaquinto Publications was founded by Robert Yaquinto Printing in early 1979. In March 1979 Robert Yaquinto hired Steve Peek and Craig Taylor, both experienced wargame designers with several famous titles in t ... Read »


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