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List of Cyberpunk 2020 books


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Contents
1 CyberPunk 2013
1.1 R. Talsorian Games
2 CyberPunk 2020
2.1 R. Talsorian Games
2.1.1 Adventure
2.1.2 Corebooks
2.1.3 Sourcebooks
2.2 Atlas Games
2.2.1 Adventures
2.3 Ianus Games
3 CyberGeneration 2027
3.1 R. Talsorian Games
3.1.1 Sourcebooks
3.1.2 Adventure
3.2 Firestorm Ink
3.2.1 Sourcebooks
4 CyberPunk 203X
4.1 R. Talsorian Games
4.1.1 Core Books and Utilities
4.1.2 Sourcebooks
5 Interface Magazine
6 External Links

CyberPunk 2013
R. Talsorian Games

Cyberpunk (boxed set) (1988)


Hardwired, (1989)
Near Orbit, (1989)
Rockerboy, (1989)
Solo of Fortune, (1989)

CyberPunk 2020
R. Talsorian Games

Adventure

Eurotour, (1993)
Firestorm: Stormfront - The Fourth Corporate War, Book 1, (1997)
Firestorm: Shockwave - The Fourth Corporate War, Book 2, (1997)
Land of the Free (Box Set), (1994)
Tales from the Forlorn Hope, (1991)

Corebooks

Cyberpunk 2020, (1990)


Deep Space, (1993)
Listen Up, You Primitive Screwheads!!!!, (1994)

Sourcebooks

Blackhand's Street Weapons 2020, (1994)


Chromebook, (1991)
Chromebook 2, (1992)
Chromebook 1/2 (reprint of Chromebook and Chromebook 2 in one volume)
Chromebook 3, (1994)
Chromebook 4, (1996)
Chromebook 3/4 (reprint of Chromebooks 3 and 4 in one volume)
Corporation Report 2020 - Arasaka & IEC, (1991)
Corporation Report 2020, Vol 2 - Lazarus & Militech, (1992)
Corporation Report 2020, Vol 3 - Petrochem & SovOil, (1992)
Edgerunners, inc, (1995)
Eurosource, by Mark Galeotti (1991)
Eurosource Plus (1995)
Home of the Brave (1992)
Live & Direct, (1996)
Maximum Metal (1993)
Neo Tribes, (1994)
Night City, (1991)
Pacific Rim Sourcebook, (1994)
Protect & Serve, (1992)
Rache Bartmoss' Brainware Blowout, (1996)
Rache Bartmoss' Guide to the Net, (1993)
Rough Guide to the UK, (1994)
Solo Of Fortune 2 (1994)
When Gravity Fails, (1992)
Wildside, (1993)

Atlas Games

Atlas Games, a game publisher better known for their award-winning fantasy RPG Ars Magica, released several licensed adventures for Cyberpunk in the early
1990s.

Adventures

All Fall Down, by Andrew Borelli (1992)


The Arasaka Brainworm, by Thomas M. Kane, (1991)
The Bonin Horse, by Eric Heisserer (1993)
Cabin Fever, by Eric Heisserer (1994)
Chasing the Dragon, by Michael Sechi (1992)
The Chrome Berets, by Thomas Kane (1992)
Greenwar, by Thomas Kane (1994)
Night City Stories, by Scott Mackay, (1992)
Northwest Passage, by Andrew J. Lucas and Jeff Ranger (1995)
The Osiris Chip, by Thomas Kane (1992)
Streetfighting, collection of 7 mini-adventures (1993)
Thicker than Blood, by Alison Brooks (1993)

Ianus Games

The Canadian company Ianus Games, currently known as Dream Pod 9, released several third-party supplements and adventure modules. Noteworthy among
them was the sourcebook Night's Edge that took the basic Cyberpunk 2020 setting and blended in horror elements such as werewolves and vampires. Several
Ianus Games adventures explored these themes further.

Boodlust, by Stephane Brochu (1995)


Crashpoint, (1995)
Dark Metropolis, by Justin Schmid (1994)
Grimm's Cybertales, by Justin Schmid (1993)
Home Front, (1994)
King of the Concrete Jungle, (1994)
Media Junkie I - Take One, by Gilles Bussiere (1993)
Media Junkie II - Final Cut, by Gilles Bussiere (1993)
Necrology I - Of Death, Life and Afterwards..., by Justin Schmid (1992)
Necrology II - And Now I Lay Me Down, by Justin Schmid (1993)
Necrology III - Immortality, by Justin Schmid (1993)
Night's Edge, by Justin Schmid (1992)
Playground, (1994)
Premature Burial, (1994)
Remember Me, (1994)
Sub-Attica, by Lucien Soulban (1994)
Survival of the Fittest, by Gilles Bussiere (1993)

CyberGeneration 2027
R. Talsorian Games

Sourcebooks

CyberGeneration, Evolve or Die


EcoFront
Virtualfront
Mediafront

Adventure

Bastille day

Firestorm Ink

Sourcebooks

Generation Gap
Research Medicine

CyberPunk 203X
R. Talsorian Games

Core Books and Utilities

Cyberpunk v3.0, by Michael Pondsmith et al. (2005)


Dossier Pak, (2006)
Flash Pak, (2006)

Sourcebooks

Gangbook, (2007)

Interface Magazine
Volume 1, #1
Volume 1, #2: Police Profiles on Ripperdocs, The SEV-1 (1992)
Volume 1, #3
Volume 1, #4
Volume 2, #1
Volume 2, #2: EctoTech, Cults - Hope and Horrors, CoC Conversion Rules (1992)

External Links
List at Pen & Paper.net (http://www.pen-paper.net/rpgdb.php?op=showline&gamelineid=80)
CyberPunk 2020 at NobleKnight
(http://www.nobleknight.com/ViewProducts.asp_Q_ProductLineID_E_151_A_ManufacturerID_E_34_A_CategoryID_E_12_A_GenreID_E_)
Cyberpunk v3.0 at NobleKnight
(http://www.nobleknight.com/ViewProducts.asp_Q_ProductLineID_E_2137419868_A_ManufacturerID_E_34_A_CategoryID_E_12_A_GenreID_E_)
Ianus' Adventurs at NobleKnight
(http://www.nobleknight.com/ViewProducts.asp_Q_ProductLineID_E_2137419222_A_ManufacturerID_E_176_A_CategoryID_E_12_A_GenreID_E_)
Atlas' Adventures at NobleKnight
(http://www.nobleknight.com/ViewProducts.asp_Q_ProductLineID_E_1580876346_A_ManufacturerID_E_92_A_CategoryID_E_12_A_GenreID_E_)
RPGNet (http://index.rpg.net/display-search.phtml?key=background&value=Cyberpunk+%2F+Main+Timeline&sort=category)

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