Ken Rolston is an American computer game and board game designer best known for his work with West End Games and the hit computer game series The Elder Scrolls. In February 2007, instead of retiring after 25 years in the game design industry, he elected to join the staff of computer games company Big Huge Games to create a new role-playing game.
Ken has a Masters Degree from NYU, and is a member of the Science Fiction Writers Association. He has been a professional games designer since 1982.
Ken also was winner of the H. G. Wells Award for Best Role-playing Game, Paranoia, 1985,and served as role-playing director for West End Games, Games Workshop, and Avalon Hill Game Company.
Ken Rolston designs computer role-playing and adventure games. Currently lead designer on an as-yet-unannounced project for Big Huge Games
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