Offason is a Swedish printing house specialising in game and toy products. The company was founded in 1965 by Jan-Ove Offason and is now managed by his son Christer Offason. The company is also a board game publisher in its own rights.
Situated originally in the small village of Käglinge in the Oxie area of the City of Malmö, it has since 2007 occupied the old Alga building at Spelvägen 1 ("No 1, Game Road"!) in Vittsjö (Alga left their legendary premises in 2006).
Ofasson used to be the main Alga sub-contractor on board game boxes and other items but gradually lost that when Alga, but also Kärnan, transferred their production to low-cost countries. As a consequence Ofasson fell on some hard times and went into bankruptcy in 2011. The company was however reconstructed but numbers of employees was drastically reduced and was in 2016 at only two persons.
Since a few years Offason is co-operating with Finnish gaming group Martinex whose CEO and President Risto Muinonen is a member of the Ofasson board. A number of card games has been co-published by Martinex's subsidiary Peliko and Offason.
While Offason still has its offices and works in the old Alga building, now as a tenant, the house was sold a few years ago to a local businessman.