G&RRR, or, formally, Glimne & Rittmalm Spel AB was a Swedish board game publisher founded in the late 1980's by famous Swedish game designer Dan Glimne and his former wife Ann-Gun Rittmalm (in her own right a fairly well-known quiz referee in television). The logo used was a lion and the "word" G&RRR ('grrr' is the sound a lion does in Swedish when roaring!).
Towards the end of his tenure at Alga Dan Glimne open up this, his own business. At least one of his last Alga games, Joakim von Ankas fantastiska affärer from 1989 is credited "Dan Glimne" as inventor, and "G&RRR AB" as designer. G&RRR existed for a few years from late eighties up to (possibly) late nineties, publishing between five and ten games during that time. The most well known of these are Ostindiska Kompaniet, which was awarded the Swedish Golden Dice (Game of the Year - Årets spel) award in 1992, see 1992 Årets Spel Best Family Game Winner. The game had some new ideas, for instance regarding moving one's playing piece, but is by many considered not to have aged well.
An interesting variety of the Hoity Toity, in Swedish called Spionage ("Espionage"), was published in 1992. It deals with the world of spies and espionage instead of antiques.
G&RRR would also design games for other publishing houses, one known example is Kärnan's Sverigespelet.
The company was dissolved in the late 1990's, rumoured to have been a bankruptcy case.