Shrapnel Games

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Shrapnel Games is an independent American video game publisher that specializes in the strategy and role playing genres, particularly turn-based strategy games. It was founded in 1999 by Tim Brooks in Cary, North Carolina. Originally intended to publish the sequel to Brooks' own game, 101st, All American: The 82nd Airborne in Normandy, it quickly branched out into publishing other graphically light strategy titles which were ignored by the mainstream games industry[citation needed]. To date, these have included Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space, Dominions II and Dominions 3: The Awakening, BCT Commander, Armored Task Force, Air Assault Task Force, WinSPMBT and WinSPWW2.

Shrapnel Games currently publishes games for the following developers:

  • Chronic Reality: Scott Wakeling
  • The Camo Workshop: Andrew Gailey, Don Goodbrand
  • Digital Eel: Rich Carlson, Ilkka Keränen, and Phosphorous
  • Gilligames: Todd M. Gillissie
  • Hyperborea Studios: Xavi Rubio, Ruben Zubillaga
  • Illwinter Game Design: Johan Karlsson, Kristoffer Osterman
  • Joe's Games: Joe Jaworski
  • KE Studios, LLC: John Hawkins
  • NeppaGames: Chet Makuch, Pat Merkel
  • OneGames: Brian Gantt
  • ProSim Company: Pat Proctor, Curt Pangracs, Gary Bezant
  • SprueGames: Andrew Lonon
  • Tonio Loewald[1]

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