Paranoia is a dystopian science-fiction tabletop role-playing game originally designed and written by Greg Costikyan , Dan Gelber , and Eric Goldberg , and first published in by West End Games. Since the game has been published under license by Mongoose Publishing. The game is set in a dystopian future city which is controlled by an artificial intelligence construct called The Computer also known as 'Friend Computer' , and where information including the game rules are restricted by color-coded security clearance.
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Throwing Stones is a role-playing game first published in by Gamesmiths. Throwing Stones was sold in tubes, each tube contains seven assorted character dice, one monster die and an ordinary D6. The character dice are randomly selected from 21 different fantasy types. Included with each tube is a basic set of duelling rules allowing players to pit one character against another. Steve Faragher reviewed Throwing Stones for Arcane magazine, rating it a 5 out of 10 overall. Do get hold of a set and have a look though. It might just change the way you look at roleplaying mechanics for ever. Tom Lehmann reviewed Throwing Stones for Pyramid 17 Jan and stated that "By removing the character sheet largely from play the game actually feels more 'diceless' than some diceless systems - a really strange result from a system based on constantly rolling dice!