Atlantis Games

I've stopped updating this list of games as of December 8, 2002 (although I haven't updated it in quite some time before this). You'll have to look elsewhere for Atlantis games. I'm leaving the list of old games up in case it is useful to anyone.

The PBM List ( is a good place to look for Atlantis games. In particular, the list of open-source wargames ( turns up a lot of Atlantis games.

This page contains information, news, and announcements about running games of Atlantis. If you're running a game and would like to have it listed here, just email Geoff Dunbar (

November 8, 2000

Baron Strauss has been running a game of Atlantis since early this year, with turns twice a week. See for info. 

November 8, 2000

Tromador is running an experimental game of Atlantis Conquest, and assures me he plans to run more games in the future. See for details.

November 8, 2000

A new game of Atlantis named Arelin is running; see for details. Note: the web site may be down; contact if this is the case.

May 31, 2000

StarGamer is running a game of Atlantis. See for details.

May 31, 2000

Someone has alerted me to a game of Atlantis running here: Currently, they don't appear to be accepting new players, but you might want to check yourself.

September 10, 1999

Mike Barlow ( is running a game of Standard Atlantis 4.0. His website can be found at

June 12, 1999

Dustin Small ( is running a game of Standard Atlantis 4.0. See his website for details, at

This game appears to be defunct; the web page is down.

May 26, 1999

WilCon Games is running a playtest of Standard Atlantis. The rules can be found here. People interested in playing should contact to get started.

This game is rumored to be dead.

May 17, 1999

Adam Hatrak is running a playtest game of Standard Atlantis. His website has more details, at

May 15, 1999

Robert Tonini is running a playtest game of Standard Atlantis. The rules for the game are at, and you can contact Robert for more information at

Last Modified: January 09, 2003

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