The system’s first entry was a boxed set (ICE #LR0) containing the scenario "Dawn Comes Early", plus Guidelines, maps, character bios, and cardboard characters with stands. The next was the scenario book "Darker Than the Darkness" (ICE #LR1) and then the scenario book "Over the Misty Mountains Cold" (ICE #LR2). Two more scenario books in the series were planned but never published.
Two subsequent Middle-earth based role-playing games, The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying Game (2002) and The One Ring: Adventures over the Edge of the Wild (2011), were published respectively by Decipher Inc. and Cubicle 7. Except for the original source material, the Decipher and Cubicle 7 games share no link to ICE's Lord of the Rings Adventure Game and use entirely different rules systems.
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