ⓘ Traveller Adventure 8: Prison Planet

                                     

ⓘ Traveller Adventure 8: Prison Planet

William A. Barton reviewed Prison Planet in The Space Gamer No. 59. Barton commented that "Overall, Prison Planet is a different and complete enough adventure that all referees should be able to find it useful, even if only used in part."

                                     
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