Paul Czege is a designer of tabletop role-playing games. His My Life With Master was the third role-playing game to win the Diana Jones award.:408 He is also the originator of the Czege Principle that states, "When one person is the author of both the character's adversity and its resolution, play isn't fun."
Czege was a member of The Forge and later became an independent publisher.:407 He is one of the more influential game designers who started developing games at The Forge and is considered simultaneously one of the most prolific and one of the least prolific designers from that movement as he released nine games over a period of six years, but only fully published My Life With Master, releasing the rest for free.
- The World, the Flesh, and the Devil
- Nicotine Girls
- My Life with Master
- The Valedictorian’s Death
- Specimen for the Resurrection
- Acts of Evil (released incomplete)
- The Niche Engine
- Thy Vernal Chieftains
- The Clay that Woke
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