Generally pretty good, though they did the Starship Troopers game and thus are responsible for those hideous lanky mobile infantry models. Though their Bablyon 5 game was shite and riddled with spelling errors. As was their Judge Dredd game. And the Conan game was plagued with accusations of plagiarism and legal issues. They did a new version of Paranoia that was all right.
They also produced Mighty Armies, a pretty decent 15mm fantasy wargame that involved real tactics.
Whoever they hire to do their sculpting should probably have their play-doh taken away from before they hurt themselves.
- A Call to Arms: Star Fleet (a Star Trek space combat game)
- Starship Troopers: The Miniatures Game (defunct)
- Starship Troopers D20 (defunct)
- Conan the Roleplaying Game (D20 version and unique system version)
- Judge Dredd Miniatures Game
- Judge Dredd D20 (defunct)
- A new edition of Paranoia
- Traveller, including books for Judge Dredd, Strontium Dog, Hammer's Slammers, and other settings.
- The Slayer's Guide Book series, which is mostly 40-50 page books all about 1 specific monster type for GMs and Players, although there are 3 comedy books The Slayer's Guide to Female Gamers, The Slayer's Guide to Dungeon Masters, and The Slayer's Guide to Rules Lawyers
- The Quintessential Kobold, if you plan to ever play a Kobold in 3rd, 3.5, or Pathfinder read this book, full of Equipment, Prestige Classes, Character Concepts, Feats, settlement Building, and Blood Awakening Magic.
- Official website: http://www.mongoosepublishing.com/