Mindjammer – The Roleplaying Game wins Griffie Award for Best RPG

We’re absolutely delighted and deeply honoured to announce that Mindjammer – The Roleplaying Game won the Griffie Award for Best Roleplaying Game at the Conpulsion 2014 convention in Edinburgh last weekend. From among a very competitive field (13th Age, Hillfolk, Numenera, Rocket Age, Blood and Smoke), the convention attendees voted for Mindjammer – The Roleplaying Game as Best RPG, which was awarded to Mindjammer writer Sarah Newton during the Closing Ceremony at 7pm on Sunday 27th April.

We’d like to thank all the convention attendees for voting for us, and the committee, blue shirts, and organisers of Conpulsion for a great convention, and for making the launch of Mindjammer – The Roleplaying Game such a memorable event – and congratulations to all the nominees in a very strong field! Thanks too to all of the many Mindjammer fans who’ve supported the setting over the years, and who’ve preordered and ordered the brand new second edition of the game, available for order now and appearing in your friendly local game store in May.

Creating a roleplaying game is never a solo effort. We’d like to thank Michal Cross for his gorgeous layout work on Mindjammer; Jason Juta, Ian Stead, Paul Bourne, Andy Wintrip, Andreas Schroth, Eric Lofgren, Fil Kearney, Earl Geier, Marco Morte, and Jeff Ward for their wonderful art; the Mindjammer Working Group for their encouragement, feedback, playtesting and support; and Chris and Rita Birch of Modiphius Entertainment for their tireless work promoting and distributing the game; and of course Fred Hicks, Leonard Balsera, and Rob Donoghue and all the folks at Evil Hat Productions for creating Fate Core in the first place, and making Mindjammer – The Roleplaying Game possible.

Thank you!

Sarah Newton
Chris McWilliam
Mindjammer Press, 30th April 2014


Mindjammer – The Roleplaying Game is available in 496-page hardback from Modiphius Entertainment, including a complementary PDF, and in PDF-only version from Modiphius, DriveThruRPG, and RPGNow. Find out more about the game at www.mindjammer.com.