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Revision as of 22:08, 25 November 2016

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While the rest of the world laughs at our pathetic Milton Bradley and Parker Brothers crapfest boardgames, one American company is actually making decent and respectable games. This company is Fantasy Flight Games. Incorporated in 1995 as Fantasy Flight Publishing, they started out printing graphic novels in a tiny operation. They almost went under a couple of times, until the book publisher decided to wing out a game called Twilight Imperium. Floodgates opened, and the company continually puts out quality materials and Board Games.

Another thing FFG is known for is destroying rainforests, because practically everything they produce that isn't a straight-up RPG makes extensive use of cardboard tokens and counters for as many gameplay mechanics as possible. They also have a fondness for non-standard specialist dice which are only useful in the game they came with, by virtue of using a limited set of unevenly distributed symbols instead of numbers.

As of 14th November 2014, FFG has been bought out by Asmodee (Source: http://www.escapistmagazine.com/news/view/138631-Fantasy-Flight-Games-Acquired-by-European-Asmodee-in-Board-Game-Merger)

As of February 2017, FF's license to GW IPs will expire, and all of the current games will cease to be sold. This can be put down to GW being greedy bastards who want to hawk out their licensing to more than one company at a time, in line with their current IP whoring for video games.

They also are known for not proofreading their RPG materials beyond running them through spellcheck. Seriously, these things make English teachers queasy.

Product Listing

This list is not necessary complete and exhaustive, and shouldn't be treated as such.Expansions to a core game are sublisted to the main entry.

Board Games

  • Android
  • Arkham Horror
    • Arkham Horror: Dunwich Horror
    • Arkham Horror: Kingsport Horror
    • Arkham Horror: Innsmouth Horror
    • Arkham Horror: Black Goat of the Woods
    • Arkham Horror: Curse of the Dark Pharaoh
    • Arkham Horror: The King in Yellow
    • Arkham Horror: The Lurker at the Threshold
    • Arkham Horror: Miskatonic Horror
  • Battlestar Galactica: The Board Game
  • Blood Bowl: Team Manager
  • Chaos in the Old World
  • Descent: Journeys in the Dark
    • Descent: Well of Darkness
    • Descent: The Altar of Despair
    • Descent: Road to Legend
  • Dust
    • Dust: Tactics
    • Dust: Warfare
  • A Game of Thrones
    • A Clash of Kings
    • A Storm of Swords
  • Horus Heresy
  • Relic
  • Runebound
  • Talisman
  • Tannhäuser
  • The Adventurers
    • The Adventurers:Pyramid of Horus
    • The Adventurers: Temple of Chac
  • Twilight Imperium
    • Shattered Empire
    • Shards of the Throne
  • Warrior Knights
  • War of the Ring

Card Games

RPG Material

Wargames

Model Manufacturers
Anvil Industry - Avatars Of War - Blood and Skulls Industry - Brother Vinni - ChapterHouse Studios
Fantasy Flight Games - Fireforge Games - Freebooter's Fate - Games Workshop - Hasbro - Iron Wind Metals - Kromlech
Mad Robot Miniatures - Mierce Miniatures - Mantic Games - North Star Military Figures
Plast Craft Games - Privateer Press - Ral Partha - Reaper Miniatures - Shieldwolf Miniatures
Spartan Games - Tamiya - Victoria Miniatures - Victrix - Wargames Atlantic
Warlord Games - WizKids - Zealot Miniatures - Zenit Miniatures