Games by Richard Garfield

Richard, a game designer and mathematician born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is best known for creating Magic: the Gathering which debuted in 1993 and is considered the first notable collectible card game. Prior to that release, he worked as a professor of mathematics at Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington. He owns over 500 games and has designed some notable and well loved games like King of Tokyo, Bunny Kingdom, KeyForge, and RoboRally.