Gaslight Press is the current owner of the license for the role-playing game system Everway, which was originally created by Jonathan Tweet, and the publisher of the Sun & Scale line of d20 System products. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gaslight Press"
Great White Games is a publisher of role-playing games owned and operated by Shane Lacey Hensley. Begun as the Pinnacle Entertainment Group in 1994, the company's flagship title during most of its first decade was Deadlands, a role-playing game set in an alternate-history U.S. of the 1870s. Deadlands features magic and horror amidst the tropes of the Old West. ...more on Wikipedia about "Great White Games"
Green Knight Publishing was founded by Peter Corless after he bought the rights to the award-winning Pendragon role-playing game from Chaosium in 1998. From 1999 to 2001, Green Knight published supplements for the role-playing game, in which players take on the roles of knights and ladies performing chivalric deeds in Arthurian Britain. Under the direction of executive editor James Lowder and consulting editor Raymond H. Thompson, Green Knight also continued the Pendragon fiction series, which offered reprints of "lost" classics of Arthurian fiction, as well as original novels and anthologies. The company sold the rights to the Pendragon RPG to White Wolf, Inc. in 2004. ...more on Wikipedia about "Green Knight Publishing"
Green Ronin Publishing is a company based in Seattle, WA, USA. They have published several role-playing game–related products. They have written the second edition of WFRP, which is published by Black Industries. Other notable products include the Freeport d20 setting, Mutants and Masterminds, and Blue Rose. ...more on Wikipedia about "Green Ronin Publishing"
Guardians of Order is a Canadian company founded by Mark C. Mackinnon based out of Guelph, Ontario in the business of creating roleplaying games. ...more on Wikipedia about "Guardians of Order"
Hero Games (DOJ, Inc dba Hero Games) is the publisher of the Hero System, a generic roleplaying rules set that can be used to simulate many different genres, and was the co-developer of the Fuzion system. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hero Games"
Iron Crown Enterprises has produced role playing, board, miniature, and collectible card games for over 20 years. Many of ICE's better-known products were related to J. R. R. Tolkien's world of Middle-earth, publishers of the Middle-earth Collectible Card Game and MERP, but the Rolemaster rules system, and its science fiction equivalent, Spacemaster, have been the foundation of ICE's business. ...more on Wikipedia about "Iron Crown Enterprises"
Greg Stafford's Issaries, Inc. is a publishing house for mythic material. Its flagship game is HeroQuest (the second edition of Hero Wars: Epic Roleplaying in the World of Glorantha). ...more on Wikipedia about "Issaries"
Kenzer & Company (KenzerCo) is an Illinois based publisher of role-playing games, board games, card games, and miniature games. They are known for the Kingdoms of Kalamar campaign setting, an officially licensed Dungeons & Dragons product, and for their own Hackmaster RPG. Perhaps their best known product is the Knights of the Dinner Table magazine, which is a monthly publication that is part comic book and part RPG magazine. Other products include the Fairy Meat miniatures game, the Monty Python and the Holy Grail card game and board games such as Dwarven Dig and The Great Space Race. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kenzer & Company"
This is a list of companies and individuals that publish tabletop or live-action role-playing games. Websites featuring RPGs available for download are not included unless the website and/or game are especially famous. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of publishers of role-playing games"
Living Room Games publishes the Second Edition Earthdawn Role-playing game, Digital Burn, Tony Digerolamo's Complete Mafia for D20, and Capcom World Tournament. ...more on Wikipedia about "Living Room Games"
Margaret Weis Productions, Ltd is a publisher. ...more on Wikipedia about "Margaret Weis Productions, Ltd"
Mayfair Games is a publisher of board and roleplaying games in the US and UK. They also license German-style board games and publish them in English, most notably the Settlers of Catan series licensed from Kosmos. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mayfair Games"
Mongoose Publishing is a highly prolific British manufacturer of roleplaying, miniatures, and card games, actively publishing material since 2001. Their licenses include products based on the popular science fiction properties Babylon 5, Judge Dredd, and Starship Troopers, as well as Conan the Barbarian. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mongoose Publishing"
Neogames is a Swedish role-playing game publisher situated in Gothenburg. They are possibly the largest RPG publisher in the country - no die hard statistics exists. They control the most popular Fantasy RPG license in the country right now: Eon, a rules-heavy game set in a fairly standard fantasy setting with elves, dwarves and magic. The company CEO and founder is Carl Johan Ström. ...more on Wikipedia about "Neogames"
Palladium Books (sometimes, erroniously, called "Palladium Games") is a role-playing game publisher founded by Kevin Siembieda and Erick Wujcik, best known for their popular, genre-crossing Rifts gaming series ( 1990-present). Although not created to be a universal system, they were one of the first companies to have success creating role-playing games in multiple genres. (This is why the Palladium Books house system is sometimes called "Megaversal" -- "Not universal, but more than just one world.") Palladium Books is based in Taylor, Michigan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Palladium Books"
Pariah Press was the company, funded by Mike Nystul, that published the first commercial edition of The Whispering Vault role-playing game. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pariah Press"
Partisan Press is the UK company that publishes Valkyrie. ...more on Wikipedia about "Partisan Press"
Privateer Press is a role-playing game and miniature wargame production and publishing studio. Founded in 2000 by Brian Snoddy, Matt Staroscik and Matt Wilson. The company is currently owned by Matt Wilson, Brian Snoddy, and Mike McVey. ...more on Wikipedia about "Privateer Press"
R. Talsorian Games, based in Renton, WA, publishes numerous role-playing game books and accessories. They are most famous for the Cyberpunk 2020 series and for anime-related titles such as Dragonball Z. Their major product line today is the Fuzion system. ...more on Wikipedia about "R. Talsorian Games"
Rävsvans (Swedish for "fox tail") is a publisher of role playing games in Sweden. Some RPGs they have pusblished are Västmark, Gränsvärldar/ Evangelium and Trollvinter. They have also made Skymningshem and Ereb'98 that are role playing worlds for games by other publishers ( Neogames and Target Games respectively). Rävsvans is also the company behind the T10 system. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rävsvans"
Simulations Publications, Inc., often abbreviated to SPI, was an American publisher of board games in the 1970s and early 1980s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Simulations Publications"
About half of Skirmisher's products have been published under the d20 System, a system of game mechanics for role-playing games published in 2000 by Wizards of the Coast that is based on the third edition of Dungeons & Dragons and named after the 20-sided die which is central to the core mechanics of the system. ...more on Wikipedia about "Skirmisher Publishing LLC"
SSDC, Inc. is a small publisher of role-playing games, based in Buffalo, 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 acquired the licenses to these products from Optimus Design Systems in 1999. Since 1999, the company has focused on the Battlelords universe, bringing several books back into print while producing new supplements. There are currently 10 supplements to the main rulebook available in-print, with others out of print at this time. The most recent supplement, Beyond the Rift, was released in October 2005. ...more on Wikipedia about "SSDC, Inc."
Steve Jackson Games (SJG) is a game company that creates and publishes role-playing, board, and card games. It was founded in 1980 by Steve Jackson. ...more on Wikipedia about "Steve Jackson Games"
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