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Re: (TFT) tidbit from rec.games.board
Yes. Metagaming Inc. and Games Research are both "dead" Texas corporations.
I found no useful information in the records.
From: Joe Hartley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Friday, November 13, 1998 7:34 AM
Subject: Re: (TFT) tidbit from rec.games.board
>> From: email@example.com (Edmund C. Hack)
>> I was a playtester for Metagaming at the time and a college friend of
>> Steve Jackson and here are the facts as I recall them.
>> The Golden Dragon was found within ten days or so...
>> . . .
>> I was taken aback when they released the Silver Unicorn game,
>Stickler for trivia detail that I am, I'll point out that these were
>a silver dragon and gold unicorn.
>> Last I heard, Howard was still working at his day job, something for the
>> State of Texas. Steve Jackson might know for sure.
>Apparently he's unaware of what transpired after '82 and Howard's
>from the world as we know it.
>> Another approach would be to see if the corporation is still active and
>> send mail to the address that has been registered with the Secretary of
>> State in Texas.
>I would think that's been tried before, but sometimes the blindingly
>is what gets overlooked. Can anyone here say they've actually done a
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