Games Unplugged

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Games Unplugged was an American magazine dedicated to the adventure tabletop gaming industry. It featured news, products, designers and their companies, and upcoming releases of non-electronic role-playing games, card games, board games, and miniature wargames.[1] The bimonthly magazine, headquartered in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, ran for 34 issues, from June 2000 until May 2004. The company also had a website, GamesUnplugged.com, which is now defunct.

The magazine is most notable for running as a regular feature the most recent appearance of Larry Elmore's popular comic strip SnarfQuest.[2][3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Games Unplugged #1, June/July 2000
  2. ^ Speirs, Colin D. http://www.rpg.net/news+reviews/reviews/rev_3342.html Retrieved on 2009-5-2.
  3. ^ Flemming, David. "Games Unplugged Magazine" Jul 2002.
  4. ^ http://www.fbshq.org/rev/gamesunp.html Retrieved on 2009-5-2.