Darwin Paul Bromley (October 23, 1950 - January 2, 2019) was a game designer, attorney, a board game collector, and railroad game enthusiast who co-founded of Mayfair Games in 1980. He was known for creating the first crayon-style train game with Bill Fawcett in 1980. At Mayfair Games he was responsible for initiating the process of importing expensive German games and in 1995 for hiring Jay Tummelson, the future founder of Rio Grande Games. He was also responsible for introducing Christian Petersen, the future founder and CEO of Fantasy Flight Games, to German board games with a game of Settlers of Catan in 1996.
He lived in the areas of Chicago, Illinois, and Jacksonville, Florida.