1986 in games

1986 in games

:"see also:" 1985 in games, 1987 in games

This page lists board and card games, wargames, miniatures games, and table-top role-playing games published in 1986. For video and console games, see 1986 in video gaming. __NOTOC__

Games released or invented in 1986


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*"AeroTech"
*"After The Bomb" (role-playing game)
*"Blood Bowl"
*"Britannia"
*"CityTech"
*"Die Macher"
*"Federation and Empire"
*"Fortress America"
*"Ghostbusters" (role-playing game)
*"Generic Universal RolePlaying System (GURPS)"
*"Platoon"
*"Polarity"
*"Road Hogs" (role-playing game supplement)
*"Samurai Swords"
*"Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay"

Game awards given in 1986

* Spiel des Jahres: "Top Secret Spies" (German title is "Heimlich and Co.")

ignificant games-related events in 1986

*Coleco purchases Selchow and Righter for USD|75 million.

ee also

* 1986 in video gaming


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