If you have a site which supports our products, or science fiction gaming general, or the background material, we are willing to swap links with you. Contact us by Email with your site's location (and tell us where to find the link to our site) and we'll link back to you. In rare cases, we may not be able to swap links and if that comes up we will contact you privately.
A few minutes on Google.com will produce hundreds of links to our game products, and a wealth of information (of varying accuracy) about our company and about the Star Fleet Universe. We list here links we feel are of particular value, along with links traded with others.
The following links are of general interest:
www.facebook.com/amarillodesignbureau (Be our friend on Facebook!)
www.Star-Ranger.com (This is a general site about all kinds of space ship games, and includes reviews and comments on our products.)
http://www.mts.net/~arphaxad/history.html (Has timelines for hundreds of fantasy and sci-fi universes.)
www.boardgamegeek.com (This is a general site about all kinds of Board Games, and includes reviews and comments on our products.)
www.TheMiniaturesPage.com (This is a general site about all kinds of Miniatures-based Games, and includes reviews and comments on our products.)
www.TabletopGamingNews.com (This is a general site about all kinds of games, and includes reviews and comments on our products.)
www.baegtobar.com (This is a related gaming site.)
www.trollandtoad.com (This is a related gaming site.)
www.paper-paper.com Handy chart which explains the many ways of counting "paper weight".
www.modwar2.com Modern Warfare 2 Discussion Forum
http://averweij.web.cern.ch/averweij/index.htm Collection of ancient dice
http://www.startrekdesktopwallpaper.com/ (Star Trek wallpaper for your computer)
http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/ (NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day, great Hubble photos and other stuff)
http://www.cpforbes.net/tuckbox/tuckbox.cgi (Allows you to print the pattern to make your own tuck box to hold cards or other such things)
http://www.esa.int/esa-mmg/mmg.pl European Space Agency, cool space photos
http://hubblesite.org/gallery/ Hubble Telescope Gallery, fun place to find space photos.
http://www.objet.com A walk-through of a spin-casting operation for minis.
http://www.sjgames.com/ogre/articles/duel.html (Story written decades ago by Stephen V. Cole)
http://www.cygnus-x1.net/links/lcars/romulan-bird-of-prey.php Romulan War Eagle Blueprints.
http://discaircraft.greyfalcon.us/Major%20Howdy%20Bixby.htm Secret Aircraft of World War II.
http://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/fair-use-rule-copyright-material-30100.html Fair Use copyright doctrine.
The following sites talk specifically about our games:
www.StarFleetGames.com (This is our original site and includes support materials for our other and more detailed game systems. A web ring on this site connects to hundreds of related sites.)
www.SFBonline.com (This is a membership site where you can play Federation Command and Star Fleet Battles on-line in real time against live opponents all over the world.)
www.StarFleetWarlord.com (This is a Pay to Play-By-E-mail campaign website that uses the Star Fleet Universe for the background material.)
www.primedirectiveonline.com (This site supports our role-playing games.)
www.adventureminer.com (A website dedicated to reviewing the free RPG and tabletop gaming resources offered by game publishers.)
Fans have posted numerous items on Wikipedia about our games:
Star Fleet Battles
Star Fleet Universe
Federation and Empire
Role Playing Game
Category: Star Fleet Universe
Fans have posted numerous items on Google about our games:
Star Fleet Battles
This extensive Trek Fan site has much information, some of it about our games:
Star Fleet Battles
The following sites were created by fans of our games:
www.esaedroweb.net (This site is in Italian!)
The following links have nothing to do with our company or games, but we found them funny:
Cat Remote Control
The following links are of old photos of Amarillo, Texas:
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, massive photo library
Amarillo public library images collection
Amarillo Chonological site, lots of pictures
Amarillo in 1943, looking east from Santa Fe building
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