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Human Head rolls onto tabletops
 

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October 30, 2002
11:28 AM: Allan Sugarbaker says...
Human Head rolls onto tabletops

Human Head Studios, the company behind the Rune computer game, announced the creation of a new division to create games for the non-electronic adventure games market. Headed by (oof... sorry) veteran game designer Matt Forbeck, Human Head's new division will set plans for publishing role-playing, board, strategy and non-collectible card games. Did the relative success of Atlas' Rune RPG help lead to this announcement? Perhaps.



 
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