Nomad Games works closely with some of the most highly respected companies in the gaming industry. With experience in acquiring quality licenses and taking them to digital formats, we are always looking for games which provide players with new ways of thinking.
Games Workshop Group PLC (often abbreviated as GW) is a British miniature wargaming manufacturing company based in Nottingham, England. Games Workshop is best known as developer and publisher of the tabletop wargames Warhammer Age of Sigmar (previously Warhammer Fantasy Battle), Warhammer 40,000, The Lord of the Rings Strategy Battle Game and The Hobbit Strategy Battle Game.
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Asmodée Éditions is a French publisher of board games, card games and role-playing games. The company was founded in 1995 by former employees of the RPG publisher Siroz Productions. The company publishes its own games, as well as French language editions of other publishers' games. Notable games published by Asmodée include:
- Ticket to Ride
- Small World
- Colt Express
In addition to its physical publishing rights, Asmodee has begun developing video games based on their board game properties for personal computers and mobile gaming. Many of these games are built atop the software libraries that Days of Wonder had crafted for their digital version of Ticket to Ride.
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Alderac Entertainment Group, or AEG, is a publisher of role-playing game, board game, and collectable card game products. AEG was formed in 1993 and is based in the city of Ontario, California. Prior to getting into their current markets, AEG was involved in hobby gaming magazines, with their first product the magazine Shadis (winner of the 1994, 1995, and 1996 Origins Awards for Best Professional Gaming Magazine).
Including the three for Shadis mentioned above, AEG products have garnered eight Origins Awards.
In 2009, AEG entered the board games market with 10 new board game releases. Notable successes include Thunderstone and Smash Up. Their recent Kickstarter campaign for Edge of Darkness raised over $636,000.
Notable AEG games include:
- Smash Up
- Mystic Vale
- Cat Lady
- Space Base
- Love Letter
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Fighting Fantasy is a series of single-player role-playing gamebooks created by Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone. The first volume in the series was published in paperback by Puffin in 1982.
The series distinguished itself by mixing Choose Your Own Adventure-style storytelling with a dice-based role-playing element included within the books themselves, the caption on many of the covers claiming each title was an adventure "in which YOU are the hero!" The majority of the titles followed a fantasy theme, although science fiction, post-apocalyptic, superhero, and modern horror gamebooks were also published. The popularity of the series led to the creation of merchandise such as action figures, board games, role-playing game systems, magazines, novels, and video games.
Puffin ended the series in 1995, but the rights to the series were eventually purchased by Wizard Books in 2002. Wizard published new editions of the original books and also commissioned six new books in the series, which ended in 2012. The rights were then acquired by Scholastic in 2017, which has since published two new titles and reissued ten of the original books with new artwork.
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