Cubicle 7

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Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd is a British publisher of tabletop games. Best known for its Doctor Who and Lord of the Rings games, Cubicle 7 offers titles covering a range of licensed and self-developed properties.


Cubicle 7 games[edit]

Cubicle 7 designs, develops and publishes:

  • Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space (role-playing game based on the TV series)
  • The Doctor Who Card Game (based on the TV series)
  • The One Ring: Adventures over the Edge of the Wild (the current Middle-earth licensed official role-playing game)
  • Primeval (role-playing game based on the TV series)
  • The Laundry (role-playing game based on the Laundry Files series of novels)
  • Cthulhu Britannica (five horror scenarios, each set in a different time period of the history of England, for the Call of Cthulhu role-playing game)
  • Victoriana (roleplay in an fantasy alternative Victorian era)
  • Lone Wolf (based on the Joe Dever gamebooks' series, estimated release in 2015)
  • World War Cthulhu (a fantasy World War Two setting for the Call of Cthulhu RPG - it requires the Call of Cthulhu rulebook to play)
  • Rocket Age (a retro-pulp space opera role-playing game, set in an alternative 20th century where Einstein, Tesla and Ray Armstrong rode the first rocket ship to Mars, entering in a new space opera era)

Translations from French into English[edit]

Cubicle 7 also translates into English and publishes the following role-playing games from the French editor "Le Septième Cercle":


and with publishing partners:

  • Advanced Fighting Fantasy (Arion Games)
  • HeroQuest (Glorantha - Moon Design)
  • Mars (Adamant Entertainment)
  • Thrilling Tales (Adamant Entertainment)
  • Hot War (Contested Ground)
  • Cold City (Contested Ground)
  • 3:16 - Carnage Amongst the Stars (Box Ninja Games)


Cubicle 7 has won 12 ENnie Awards,[1] 2 Origins Awards[2] and a Golden Geek.

Notable events[edit]

In June 2009, Cubicle 7 announced[3] that it had joined the Rebellion group of companies.


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