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The Charles S. Roberts Awards (or CSR Awards) are given annually for excellence in the historical wargaming hobby. It is named after Charles S. Roberts the "Father of Wargaming" who founded Avalon Hill. The award is informally called a "Charlie" and officially called a "Charles S. Roberts Award".

Best Science-Fiction Board Game 1977-1980 (1981-1984; combined with Best Fantasy Board Game) 1985-1986 Charles S. Roberts awards.

Winners

Year Game of the Year Designer
1985
Wabbit Wampage
Mark Acres

1984 Sci-Fi
Web and Starship
Doug Kaufman

1984 Fantasy
The Lonely Mountain
Coleman Charlton

1983 Sci-Fi
Nuclear Escalation
Douglas Malewicki

1983 Fantasy
Lost Worlds
Alfred Leonardi

1982 Sci-Fi
Illuminati
Steve Jackson (I)

1982 Fantasy
Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective: The Thames Murders & Other Cases
Gary Grady

1981 Sci-Fi
Car Wars
Steve Jackson (I)

1981 Fantasy
Barbarian Prince
Arnold Hendrick

1980
Azhanti High Lightning
Frank Chadwick

1979
The Creature That Ate Sheboygan
Greg Costikyan

1978
Mayday
Marc W. Miller

1977
War of the Ring
Richard H. Berg

Nominees

1985
Only winner announced in this category

1984
Only winner announced in this category

1983
Only winner announced in this category

1982
Berserker
Grav Armor
Grav-Ball
Star Fleet Battles

1981
Federation Space
Fifth Frontier War
Invasion: Earth
The Return of the Stainless Steel Rat

1980
Asteroid
Dark Nebula
Knights of Camelot
TimeTripper

1979
Only winner announced in this category

1978
Iliad: The Most Renowned War Legend
Gamma World
Objective Moscow: The Death of Soviet Communism
Swords & Sorcery: Quest and Conquest in the Age of Magic

1977
Lords & Wizards
Sorcerer: The Game of Magical Conflict
White Bear & Red Moon
Dungeons and Dragons

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