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1[[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/steve_jackson_games.jpg]]²²[[http://www.sjgames.com/ Steve Jackson Games]] is a gaming company based in Austin, Texas. It was founded in 1980 by Steve Jackson ([[OneSteveLimit The American one, not the British]] co-founder of Creator/GamesWorkshop). While it began as a TabletopRPG company, it has branched out to produce CardGames, BoardGames, miniatures games, UsefulNotes/{{dice}} games and VideoGames in conjunction with Creator/OriginSystems. Their current FlagshipFranchise is the ''TabletopGame/{{Munchkin}}'' CardGames.²²In 1990, Steve Jackson Games was raided by the U.S. Secret Service, which believed that their in-process book ''GURPS Cyberpunk'' was a manual for computer crime. The Secret Service seized computers and other materials from the Steve Jackson Games offices. Steve Jackson sued and won damages, but still had to reconstitute the book from playtest notes and other materials, as they never got all of the seized computers back. The 'Steve Jackson Affair' was one of the cases that led to the foundation of the Electronic Frontier Foundation.²²Steve Jackson Games has published a lot of games over the years, including:²²!!Tabletop [=RPG=]s²* ''TabletopGame/TheFantasyTrip''[[note]]Originally published by Metagaming Concepts. After the company went out of business in 1983 and its founder Howard Thompson [[NeverFoundTheBody vanished from the face of the planet]], the rights to The Fantasy Trip became inaccessible to Steve Jackson until 2016, when his company were finally able to republish it.[[/note]]²* ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}''²** TabletopGame/GURPSSettings²** ''Dungeon Fantasy''[[note]]A boxed game using a streamlined and focused version of GURPS, more appropriate for newcomers.[[/note]]²* ''TabletopGame/InNomine''²* ''TabletopGame/{{Toon}}''²* ''[[TabletopGame/{{Munchkin}} Munchkin RPG]]''[[note]]Semi-parodic supplements integrating ideas from the card game with the UsefulNotes/D20System.[[/note]]²* ''Killer: The Game of Assassination'', a variant of Assassin.²* ''Tribes'', a game of prehistoric adventure²* ''Undead''[[note]]Doubled as a more simple board game.[[/note]]²²!!Card Games²* ''TabletopGame/{{Munchkin}}''²* ''TabletopGame/{{Illuminati}}'' and ''TabletopGame/IlluminatiNewWorldOrder''²* ''[[TabletopGame/CarWars Car Wars the Card Game]]''²* ''TabletopGame/NinjaBurger''²* ''Battle Cattle''²* ''Lord of the Fries''²* ''Hacker''²* ''Cowpoker''²* ''Spooks''²* ''Hack & Slash''²²!!Dice Games²* ''Cthulhu Dice''²* ''Zombie Dice''²* ''Proteus''²²!!Board Games²* ''TabletopGame/TheAwfulGreenThingsFromOuterSpace''²* ''TabletopGame/CarWars''²* ''TabletopGame/{{OGRE}}''²** ''Battlesuit'' (a game of individual infantry-level combat set in the same world as OGRE)²* ''Undead''[[note]]Doubled as a more complex roleplaying game.[[/note]]²* ''Raid on Iran''²* ''Necromancer''²* ''Kung Fu 2100''²* ''One-Page Bulge''²* ''Orbit War''²* ''Revolution''²* ''The Stars Are Right''²* ''Bill & Ted's Excellent Board Game.''²²!!Video Games²* ''Autoduel''²* ''OGRE''²* ''Ultracorps''²----

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