When Atlas Games did not have the finances to publish On the Edge (1994), they partnered with Jerry Corrick and Bob Brynildson and formed a new corporation called Trident, Inc. to publish the game. Eventually Atlas would be subsumed into Trident; Brynildson, Corrick, and their store - The Source Comics & Games - continued to support Atlas with their business experience and perspective.
- Ars Magica (The 5th edition won the 2004 Origins Award for Best Role-Playing Game)
- Beer Money
- Cthulhu 500 (2004 Origins Award for Best Traditional Card Game)
- Cults Across America
- Feng Shui (Action Movie Roleplaying)
- Furry Pirates (Swashbuckling Adventure in the Furry Age of Piracy)
- Gloom (2005 Origins Award for Traditional Card Game of the Year)
- Lunch Money (Tied for 1996 Origins Award for Best Card Game)
- Lunch Money: Sticks and Stones
- Northern Crown
- On the Edge Collectible Card Game
- Once Upon a Time
- Once Upon a Time: Dark Tales
- Over the Edge role-playing game
- Pandemonium (Adventures in Tabloid World)
- Pieces of Eight (Winner of an Origins Vanguard Award)
- Unknown Armies role-playing game
- Official adventures for Cyberpunk 2020
- Seismic (by Ted Alspach)
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