RPG Company List: J-K

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J.A.C.H. Books
(Canada)
Small-press creators of The Realms of Atlantasia (2011) by John Holland. Founded by John Holland, Lea Currie-Holland, and Andrew G. Canam.
JAGS
(USA)
Small-press publishers of the free RPGs JAGS and JAGS-2. An imprint of Better Mouse Games.
Järnringen HB
(Sweden)
Swedish publishers of 3rd edition Mutant in 2002.
Jive Ltd
(Japan)
Publishers of the Japanese-language "natural fantasy" RPG, Ryuu Tama in 2007.
Joc Internacional
Matas Salla prf 7831 SAN 003-7729 (Spain)
Makers of Spanish-language RPGs including Aquelarre and Oráculo. They also published Spanish-language editions of Call of Cthulhu (along with many modules), RuneQuest, Star Wars D6, Paranoia, Pendragon, Stormbringer, In Nomine Satanis / Magna Veritas, Nephilim, and Rolemaster. Around 1994 they encountered economic difficulties and eventually folded.
Jolly Roger Games
4402 Country Lake Dr., Charleston, Illinois 61920 (USA)
Small-press makers of the Swashbuckler RPG, as well as several miniatures and board-games (including the "Orcs at the Gates" boardgame based on the "Knights of the Dinner Table" comic). Founded in 1997 and based in Charleston, Illinois.
Jubal Online Games, Inc.
(USA)
An online gaming company and also publishers of the second edition of the modern fantasy RPG Pixie! The staff include game author Geoff Tuffli as Content Director as well as others involved in the online games (including "Third Millenium" and "Dardalani").
Judges Guild
1737 N. Walnut Grove Ave, Decatur, IL 62526 (USA)
Former makers of many adventures for use with AD&D, Traveller, and other systems. Also, former makers of the Field Guide to Encounters and Super-Sentinels RPGs. The company was started in 1976 as a fan organization by Bob Bledsaw and Bill Owen. At that point, they had a license to produce official AD&D adventures. The license was not renewed in 1981 and they went out of business. In 1999 it restarted on a small scale selling reprints via the web.
Kabal Gaming Systems
c/o Earnest Hams, 12385 Rose ST. N., Seminole, FL 33542 (USA)
Former small-press makers of the Kabal and M.I.S.S.I.O.N. RPGs, both by Ernest T. Hams (1980).
Kallisti Press
(USA)
Small-press makers of Full Light Full Steam (2006) and Sons of Liberty (2008). An imprint of author Joshua BishopRoby.
Karmatech
Sydney (Australia)
Small-press makers of upcoming supplements for D20, D20 Modern, Savage Worlds, and Fuzion. An imprint of Better Mouse Games.
Kenzer and Company
830 W. Main St., PMB 114, Lake Zurich, IL 60047 (USA)
Small-press makers of the Hackmaster RPG, along with the "The Kingdoms of Kalamar" fantasy campaign setting, the "Knights of the Dinner Table" comic book, and the "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" collectible card game. Founded by David S. Kenzer for publishing the KoDT comic.
Kevin Allen Jr. Design
354 Lake Ave, Oakhurst, NJ 07755 (USA)
Small-press makers of the prehistoric Primitive RPG (2006). The imprint of designer Kevin Allen Jr.
Key 20 Publishing
25571 Chatworth Dr, Euclid OH 44117 (USA)
Small-press makers of the childhood horror RPG Little Fears (2001) and the modern-day gang magic RPG Wyrd is Bond (2004). Founded by designers Jason L. Blair and Greg Oliver. In 2005, Jason L. Blair became director of the Adventure Game Division at Human Head Studios.
Khepera Publishing
Las Vegas, NV (USA)
Small-press makers of the superhero RPG, Godsend Agenda, by Jerry D. Grayson, Brian Vinson, Kimara Bernard, and Matt Drake (2001).
Klee Spiele
(Germany)
A traditional game publishing house, and Former publishers of the third edition of the German-language fantasy RPG, Midgard.
kLoOge.inc.
(USA)
Small-press makers of the RPG software "kLoOge Werks" used for internet based play along with fantasy costume pieces. Formed in February 2001.
KNRPG
Missouri (USA)
Former small-press label for the games Empire of Dust (2008) and The Bizenghast Adventure Game (2008) The imprint of designer Clint Krause, a successor to his former imprint KNRPG. The name is supposedly an acronym for "Knob Noster Role-Playing Gamers". Other contributors included Amy Garcia, Scott McElfresh, Chris Perrin, and Aaron Hamric.
Knuckleduster Publications
P.O. Box 1024, Normal, IL 61761 (USA)
Small-press makers of the wild-west skirmish game Desperado (1992), wild-west RPG accessories, and interactive fiction books.

John H. Kim <jhkim-at-darkshire-dot-net>
Last modified: Thu Apr 14 22:02:39 2016