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The computer game publisher [[Interplay Productions|Interplay]] licensed ''GURPS'' as the basis for a post-nuclear war [[computer role-playing game]] in [[1995]]. Late in development and after disagreements between the two companies, the ''GURPS'' character-building system was replaced with the [[SPECIAL System]], the ''GURPS'' name was dropped, and the game was released under the name ''[[w:c:Gaming:Fallout|Fallout]]''.
 
The computer game publisher [[Interplay Productions|Interplay]] licensed ''GURPS'' as the basis for a post-nuclear war [[computer role-playing game]] in [[1995]]. Late in development and after disagreements between the two companies, the ''GURPS'' character-building system was replaced with the [[SPECIAL System]], the ''GURPS'' name was dropped, and the game was released under the name ''[[w:c:Gaming:Fallout|Fallout]]''.
   
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''[[GURPS For Dummies]]'', a guidebook by Stuart J. Stuple, Bjoern-Erik Hartsfvang, Adam Griffith, was published in 2006. ISBN 0-471-78329-3
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''GURPS [[...For Dummies|For Dummies]]'', a guidebook by Stuart J. Stuple, Bjoern-Erik Hartsfvang, Adam Griffith, was published in 2006. ISBN 0-471-78329-3
   
 
''GURPS'' references are a running joke in the webcomic ''Something Positive''. Characters often wear ''GURPS'' shirts, soda machines dispense "GURPS cola" and the local gaming store carries fictitious games such as "GURPS Sixteenth Century French Drama".
 
''GURPS'' references are a running joke in the webcomic ''Something Positive''. Characters often wear ''GURPS'' shirts, soda machines dispense "GURPS cola" and the local gaming store carries fictitious games such as "GURPS Sixteenth Century French Drama".

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