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FASA: Quiz


Question 1: Noteworthy lines included ________ and Shadowrun.
BattleMechBattleTechBattleTech technologyFederated Suns

Question 2: Living Room Games published ________ (Second Edition) while RedBrick Limited is the current license holder for new material.

Question 3: When ________ acquired the FASA Interactive subsidiary, Babcock went with that company.
Microsoft OfficeMicrosoftMicrosoft WindowsInternet Explorer

Question 4: On December 6, 2007, FASA founder Jordan Weisman announced that his new venture, Smith & Tinker, had licensed the electronic gaming rights to MechWarrior, Shadowrun, and ________ from Microsoft.
Crimson SkiesCrimson Skies (video game)United StatesCrimson Skies: High Road to Revenge

Question 5: FASA first appeared as a Traveller licensee, producing supplements for that ________ role-playing game, especially the work of the Keith Brothers.
2300 ADGame Designers' WorkshopGames WorkshopWargaming

Question 6: The ________ and Shadowrun properties were sold to WizKids, who in turn licensed their publication to FanPro LLC and then to Catalyst Game Labs.
BattleTech technologyFederated SunsBattleMechBattleTech

Question 7: Originally the name FASA was an acronym for "Freedonian Aeronautics and Space Administration", a joking allusion to the ________ film Duck Soup.
A Night at the Opera (film)Zeppo MarxGroucho MarxMarx Brothers

Question 8: FASA would later acquire the US figures manufacturer ________, which was the US manufacturer of Minifigs.
Ral Partha Enterprises, Inc.Dungeons & DragonsMiniature figure (gaming)TSR, Inc.

Question 9: FASA Corporation was an American publisher of role-playing games, wargames and ________ between 1980 and 2001.
BackgammonGame mechanicsGerman-style board gameBoard game

Question 10: For example, in ________, a tactical nuclear device was detonated near FASA's offices at 1026 W.
Human Meta-Human Vampiric VirusShadowrun (2007 video game)Shadowrun (Sega)Shadowrun


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