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