Imperium Games was founded in 1995 by Ken Whitman, a former TSR employee.
Overview Synopsis: Imperium Games published T4 and only lasted a few years. It had a very short run.
Its content was very imaginative, but was often riddled with typos, missing tables, and lacked comprehensive proofreading. Nevertheless the creative team was top notch and it employed many fabulous writers, illustrators, and artists.
Storyline & Setting
Popular Artists & Authors
Other members of the Imperium Games staff included:
Library Data Entries (Public)
In 1996 Imperium Games becomes a subsidiary of Sweetpea Entertainment. Founded in 1994 by Courtney S Solomon and John Benitz, Sweetpea Entertainment is a film production company who negotiated the rights to the Dungeons and Dragons movie from TSR.
It is suspected that the TSR connection is how Sweetpea found out about and acquired Imperium Games.
On March 31 1998, Marc Miller announced on the Traveller Mailing List that Imperium Games would no longer be producing Traveller materials. Sweetpea Entertainment decided to let their Traveller license lapse with the rights reverting back to Marc Miller.
Bibliography-Ludography (Published Products)
This edition is best known for the following products:
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