For a complete list of every RPG publisher ever, see The Usenet Role-Playing Game Companies List. For a complete list of every roleplaying game ever published, see The Usenet Complete Role-Playing Games List.
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June 14, 2002: I am no longer maintaining this page, though I'm leaving it up as it may be of some minor use or historical interest. RPG companies go out of business or move their web locations with great frequency. Games get transferred to new owners, etc. Trying to keep up with it isn't worth my time, so don't be surprised if half the links below are dead. Don't bother e-mailing me to tell me about a broken link on this page -- someday I may decide to start maintaining a current list of companies again, but you're better off consulting the Internet FAQs above.
|Alderac Entertainment Group|
|Black Gate Publishing|
|Publishers of a modern conspiracy RPG setting for Call of Cthulhu.|
|Gold Rush Games|
|The new publishers of the classic Traveller RPG.|
|Publishers of the Star Trek Roleplaying Game. They also promise a new Dune RPG at the end of 1999.
At one time, they published the (now out-of-print) Aria and Aria Worlds, and a CCG called Heresy.
|Publishers of Senzar. (See my review on RPGNET).|
|Check out the SJ Games Daily Illuminator, which always has new announcements from SJG and often has some interesting links (which are often unrelated to gaming).|
|Magic: The Gathering, Pokémon, and many other card games.
They used to publish several other RPGs, including The Primal Order and Everway. They now own TSR, Inc.
|Publisher of Providence, a sort of dark fantasy/superheroic RPG set on another planet|