Pair-of-Dice Games is a small games company based in Boston, MA. It was started by Luke Weisman Miratrix, Greg Lam, and Brian Tivol in 2001. It is currently run by Greg Lam.
Pair-of-Dice is best known for its inexpensive but highly regarded games printed primarily on cloth boards. In 2003, two games made the GAMES 100 list: Knockabout and Warp 6. Warp 6 was the runner up in the magazine's Abstract Games category for that year, with Knockabout just behind. In 2006, Marvin Marvel's Marvelous Marble Machine made the GAMES 100 as well. In 2006, Pair-of-Dice released a dexterity game called Chopstick Dexterity MegaChallenge 3000, it's most popular game to date.
It's most recent games are Restaurant Row, a Eurostyle strategy game released in the fall of 2009, and R.U.M.B.L. (RoboUltimateMechaBattleLeague), released in the fall of 2010.
For a behind the scenes overview on each of Pair-of-Dice's game, see this Geeklist Behind the Bits: The Pair-of-Dice Games DVD Commentary Track