Diana Jones Winner

The Diana Jones committee announced Gen Con as the recipient of its 2016 award for Excellence in Gaming on August 3, 2016. The Diana Jones Award has been presented annually since 2001. It takes its name from a destroyed copy of the Indiana Jones Role Playing Game.
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Diana Jones Nominees

The Diana Jones committee has announced the shortlist for its 2017 award for Excellence in Gaming, to be presented in Indianapolis on August 16, 2016. The Diana Jones Award has been presented annually since 2001. It takes its name from a destroyed copy of the Indiana Jones Role Playing Game.

  • The Beast, a card game by Aleksandra Sontowska and Kamil Węgrzynowicz
  • End of the Line, a LARP by Bjarke Pedersen, Juhana Pettersson, and Martin Elricsson
  • Gen Con, a games convention
  • Gloomhaven, a board game by Isaac Chidress
  • The Romance Trilogy, RPGs by Emily Care Boss
  • Terraforming Mars, a board game by Jacob Fryxelius

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Diana Jones Award Winner

The Diana Jones committee announced Eric M. Lang as the recipient of its 2016 award for Excellence in Gaming on August 3, 2016. The Diana Jones Award has been presented annually since 2001. It takes its name from a destroyed copy of the Indiana Jones Role Playing Game.
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Diana Jones Nominees

The Diana Jones committee has announced the shortlist for its 2016 award for Excellence in Gaming, to be presented at the Cadillac Ranch in Indianapolis on August 3, 2016. The Diana Jones Award has been presented annually since 2001. It takes its name from a destroyed copy of the Indiana Jones Role Playing Game.

  • ConTessa, an organization
  • Eric M. Lang, a game designer
  • Fall of Magic, a story-game by Ross Cowman
  • Larpwriter Summer School, a course organized by Fantasiförbundet and Post
  • Pandemic Legacy, a board-game by Rob Daviau and Matt Leacock

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Gen Con Threatens Move

In the wake of the Indiana legislature passing a bill that permits businesses to discriminate against same-sex couples based on religious beliefs, the coordinators of Gen Con have sent Governor Mike Pence a letter threatening to move out of Indiana when their contract expires in 2020. Gen Con brings 56,000 gamers to Indianapolis annually and an estimate $50 million economic benefit. Pence is on record as planning on signing the bill into law.

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