RPG Company List: L

Lafayette Simulations
617 New York Street, Lafayette IN 47901 (USA)
Small-press makers of the AdventureQuest - Jaern RPG by Robert Blake and Daniel Lawrence. This is based on a campaign played (with varying rules) since 1976.
La Mancha Games
Toronto, Ontario (Canada)
Intended makers of the unpublished technothriller RPG entitled Fourth Millenium. It is created by James Maliszewski and Kevin Brennan, with editting by Michelle Lyons et al. It was to be published in conjunction with Guardians of Order as part of their "Magnum Opus" imprint. The game was previewed in the Winter 2004 Issue of Daedalus. As of 2008, Fourth Millenium is set to be published by Rogue Games.
Lance & Crown Games
Standalane House, Kincardine on Forth, By Alloa, Clacks, FK10 4NX Scotland (UK)
Small-press makers of the Scimitar fantasy RPG (1998), published as a CD. Founded and managed by Ewan Murray in 1991 as a Play-by-Mail company.
Lancelot Games
A defunct Swedish RPG company, former makers of the Western wild west RPG, Khelataar fantasy RPG, Wastelands post-holocaust RPG, and the Rubicon magazine, along with various boardgames and accessories. Founded circa 1989. It folded in the mid-90's.
Pierre-Nicolas Lapointe
115, rue de la Gare, 94290 Villeneuve Le Roi (France)
Small-press maker of French-language RPGs, including: Space Delirium and Sombre Cauchemar.
Lasalion Games
560 W. Linwood Ave. #203, Oshkosh, WI 54901 (USA)
Small-press makers of the Demon's Lair fantasy RPG. Founded in 1997 by Dan Hensel, Al Seeger, Dave Schmitz, and Gino Holland.
Last Unicorn Games
12240 Venice Blvd. Suite 15, Los Angeles, CA 90066 (USA)
Former makers of the Star Trek line of games using the ICON system (including TNG, original series, and DS9), the Dune RPG, and the Aria RPG. Founded in 1994 by president Christian Moore and co-founder Owen Seyler to produce the Aria game. They acquired the Star Trek license in 1998, and were joined by line developers Ross Isaacs, Kenneth Hite, and Steve Long. Acquired by Wizards of the Coast in summer 2000. The Star Trek license was acquired by Decipher, Inc. at that time.
Laughing Pan Productions
P.O. Box 23834, Rochester, NY 14692-3834 (USA)
Small-press makers of the fantasy RPG Deliria RPG by Phil Brucato. Staff includes Kevin DiVico (President/CEO), Philip Brucato (Creative Director), Matt Wood (Chief Financial Officier), Julie Robokoff (Sales Director), Jason Perfetto (Information Technology Director), Melinda Miller (Executive Assistant to the President), and Tara Crawford (Graphic Design/Advertising).
L'Avventura Games
Tucson, AZ (USA)
Former makers of the unpublished pulp adventure RPG Knights of Torque and Recoil by Berin Kinsman. The company has folded, while Berin is apparently working on creating "Uncle Bear Games".
Leading Edge Games
P.O. Box 70669, Pasadena, CA 91117 (USA)
Former makers of the ultra-complex combat-oriented RPGs Sword's Path: Glory, Phoenix Command, and Living Steel; along with licensed RPGs based on Bram Stoker's Dracula, Aliens, and Lawnmower Man (using a somewhat simplified system).
Left of the Moon Games
Small-press makers of Homicidal Transients (2011). Founded by author A. Miles Davis.
Legendsmiths, LLC
Ann Arbor, MI (USA)
Small-press makers of the upcoming campaign setting for the HERO System entitled "Narosia: The Sea of Tears". Founded by Marc Tassin and Shane Harsch.
Legion Publishing
Small-press makers of supplements for 3rd edition D&D (aka "D20"), including Critical Hits and Wondrous Lands line of ebooks. They also acquired a license to create products for the Savage Worlds game system, and are creating supplements to the games Deadlands, Hell on Earth, Lost Colony and Weird Wars. Founded in 2002.
Limestone Publishing, LLC
11511 80th Street Northeast, Albertville, MN 55301 (USA)
Small-press makers of Chain of Being: The Fantasy Roleplaying Game of Epic Absurdity. This is available as a standalone game using the "Higher Arc" system and as a supplement for 3rd edition D&D (aka "D20"). Founded in 1999 in a suburb of Minneapolis by Justin Williams, Cory Katzenmeyer, and Dan Geyer.
Little Soldier Games
776 E.Jefferson St, Rockville, MD 20852 (USA)
A small-press company, former makers of the Knights of the Round Table RPG. It was founded in 1976 in Wheaton, Maryland, by Ed Konstant and Dan Bress. It initially made small wargames, and eventually some role-playing supplements. Later partners included David Perez and Phil Edgren. In 1978, the partnership structure changed and the company was renamed "Phoenix Games."
Living Action, Inc.
Raleigh, NC (USA)
Producers of the Shards of Orn live-action roleplaying game in Raleigh, NC.
Living Imagination Inc.
64 Cobblestone Dr, Hamden, CT 06518 (USA)
Small-press makers of supplements for 3rd edition D&D (aka "D20"), including the "Twin Crowns, Age of Exploration Fantasy" world line based on an ongoing live-action game based in southern New England, "LIONE Rampant". Founded by Steve Novella along with John Faugno, Evan Bernstein, Harald Henning, Celeste DeAngelis, Inger Henning, and Joe Unfried.
Living Room Games
116 W. Williamsburg Manor, Arlington TX 76014 (USA)
Small-press publishers of the 2nd edition Earthdawn RPG and Earthdawn supplements, under license from FASA. Founded in 2000 by Jason Middleton with Gary McBride, Aaron Robb, Joe Chan, and others. Started with release of "Path of Deception", an Earthdawn adventure packaged with a CD ROM of the 1st edition rules.
Liwanag Press
SF Bay Area, CA (USA)
Small-press makers of the story game of colonialism and its consequence, Dog Eat Dog (2012). An imprint of author Liam Burke.
Lord of the Pies
Small-press makers of Umläut: Game of Metal (2009).
Lore Roleplaying
Grand Rapids, MI (USA)
Small-press makers of the upcoming fantasy-genre Lore: Origins RPG. Founded by president Troye Gerard and VP Bryan Donihue in early 2001.
Lovehulen Spilldesign
Postboks 378, N-6101 Volda (Norway)
A Norwegian company, makers of the Norwegian-language sci-fi RPG Imperium 3000 and the fantasy world Acin Dambagin. Founded by author Torbjørn Lien.
Louis Porter Jr Design
350 NW 87th Terrace, Plantation, FL 33324 (USA)
Small-press makers of the Haven: City of Violence modern action RPG. Founded in 1998 by author Louis Porter Jr.
Lumpley Games
Greenfield, MA (USA)
Small-press makers of the tongue-in-cheek modern fantasy RPG, Kill Puppies For Satan (2001) and Dogs in the Vineyard (2004). An imprint of author Vincent Baker.

John H. Kim <jhkim-at-darkshire-dot-net>
Last modified: Mon Jul 2 09:16:03 2018