RPG Company List: Spain
- Seville (Spain)
Small-press makers of the Spanish-language RPGs, including the
and the superhero game
and the humorous teen horror game
Founded by editor and writer Carlos Correia along with
Illustrator and Art Director Javi BIT, writer Vicente de los Santos,
and illustrators Carlos Lima, Hissam Rahal, Ibon Sánchez,
Jacobo Marquez, Jordi Planellas, Luis Miguel Rodriguez,
Luis Miguel Seco, and Marce Hernandez.
- Asturias (Spain)
Makers of the Spanish-language RPGs
Piltrufos: el juego de rol piltrufantemente piltrufero (2001),
El Juego de Rol Flynn (2002), and
Moffet Babies: el juego de rol de los bebes mofetas (2002).
- Rambla Cataluña, 117 Pral. 2, 08008 Barcelona (Spain)
A Spanish company which produces Spanish adaptations of Dungeons
& Dragons, Hackmaster, and Star Wars d20. They also publish
Fanhunter and the
Capitán Alatriste RPG.
- Pico Mulhacén, 24. Pol Ind. "El Aquitón". 28500, Arganda del Rey (Spain)
Makers of Spanish-language RPGs translated from English.
- Apdo. de Correos 13257 41007 Sevilla (Spain)
A Spanish company, small-press makers of
Redención (2004), by
Juan Antonio Huerta Domínguez.
A Spanish-language publisher of games that was later absorbed by
major publisher Devir.
- Matas Salla prf 7831 SAN 003-7729 (Spain)
Makers of Spanish-language RPGs including
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.
- Madrid (Spain)
Small-press publishers of the Spanish-language Bronze Age fantasy RPG,
La Puerta De Ishtar (2012),
along with other RPGs including the medieval fantasy RPG,
and translations of the Japanese-language RPG Ryuutama and the
English-language RPG Dungeon Crawl Classics.
- Apartado de Correos 108. 46940 Manises, Valencia (Spain)
Makers of the Spanish-language science-fiction RPG
Exo, the world-war-II RPG
Comandos de Guerra, and the prehistoric RPG
John H. Kim <jhkim-at-darkshire-dot-net>
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