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Dungeons & Dragons

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  • The Digital Devil

    [Note: Anyone who grew up in the 1980s watched the Dungeons & Dragons cartoon on Saturday morning. I sure did. It was a cool cartoon, full of imagination, something cartoons today wholly lack. Besides the D&D cartoon, you'll find all manner of digital D&D evil below. Proceed if you dare...]

    [Below: Disc from the above 'Beginnings' DVD release]

    [Below: Boxset - Dungeons & Dragons - The Complete Animated Series]

    [Below: Boxset - Dungeons & Dragons - The Complete Animated Series - back]

    [Below: [Below: Boxset - Dungeons & Dragons - The Complete Animated Series - DVD casing within]

    [Below: Boxset - Dungeons & Dragons - The Complete Animated Series - discs]

    [Below: Boxset - Dungeons & Dragons - The Complete Animated Series - postcard advertisement for Dragon and Dungeon magazine]

    [Below: Boxset - Dungeons & Dragons - The Complete Animated Series - pamphlet within]

    [Below: Boxset - Dungeons & Dragons - The Complete Animated Series - adventure and character material. This DVD set actually contains a D&D adventure and character sheets for the characters in the cartoon!]

    [Below: Boxset - Dungeons & Dragons - The Complete Animated Series - character information for Sheila, the Thief]

    [Below: Boxset - Dungeons & Dragons - The Complete Animated Series - Sheila, the Thief, close-up]

  • [Below: In 1996 the dark wizards of TSR released this digital version of Dungeons & Dragons. It boasted a searchable database of five books and the ability to create characters and print them out. This could be nice if you didn't have the actual books provided here, but I much prefer the old school method of paper and pen.]

    [Below: CD-Rom Core Rules - back.]

    [Below: CD-Rom Core Rules - disc and slipcase.]

  • [Below: In 2003 the Scourge of Worlds DVD was released. By using your DVD remote you could go on an animated adventure. While the idea was neat, it didn't work well in practice, in my opinion.]

    [Below: Scourge of Worlds DVD disc.]

    [Below: Scourge of Worlds collector's edition.]

    [Below: Scourge of Worlds collector's edition discs.]

  • [Below: 1994 compilation release containing nine games:

    Pool of Radiance
    Curse of The Azure Bonds
    Secret of the Silver Blades
    Pools of Darkness

    Champions of Krynn
    Death Knights of Krynn
    The Dark Queen of Krynn

    Gateway to the Savage Frontier
    and Treasures of the Savage Frontier]

  • [Below: Late 1990s compilation release containing six games:

    Shattered Lands
    Wake of the Ravager
    Strahd's Possession
    Stone Prophet
    Menzoberranzan
    and Genie's Curse]

  • [Below: Late 1990s compilation release containing thirteen games (plus one demo):

    Eye of the Beholder
    Eye of the Beholder II
    Eye of the Beholder III

    Pool of Radiance
    Curse of the Azure Bonds
    Secret of the Silver Blades
    Pools of Darkness

    Gateway to the Savage Frontier
    Treasures of the Savage Frontier

    Hillsfar

    Dungeon Hack

    Menzoberranzan

    Blood & Magic

    Baldur's Gate Demo]

    [Below: Translation wheels for some of the games. This seems a little bit complicated for a video game!]

    [Below: The instruction book for the games is MASSIVE!]

  • Dungeons & Dragons wasn't only on the PC though. It is found on many different game systems as well. Below are a few of them...

    [Below: Advanced Dungeons & Dragons - Treasure of Tarmin 1982, on the Intellivision.]

    [Below: Cartridge face.]

  • [Below: Advanced Dungeons & Dragons - Heroes of the Lance 1990 - Nintendo Entertainment System.]

    [Below: Advanced Dungeons & Dragons - Pool of Radiance 1991 - Nintendo Entertainment System.]

    [Below: Advanced Dungeons & Dragons - DragonStrike 1992 - Nintendo Entertainment System.]

    [Below: Advanced Dungeons & Dragons - Hillsfar 1992 - Nintendo Entertainment System.]

  • [Below: Advanced Dungeons & Dragons - Order of the Griffin 1992 - Turbografx - I love this game. The Turbografx/Turboduo is my favorite game system of all time!]

    [Below: back]

    [Below: HuCARD (about the size of a credit card)]

  • [Below: Advanced Dungeons & Dragons - Warriors of the Eternal Sun 1992 - Sega Genesis]

    [Below: Game cart]

  • [Below: Advanced Dungeons & Dragons - Eye of the Beholder 1994 - Super Nintendo - This game was released on a variety of systems.]

    [Below: Game cart.]

  • [Below: Advanced Dungeons & Dragons - Eye of the Beholder 1994 - Sega CD.]

    [Below: Back/spine.]

    [Below: CD.]

  • [Below: Advanced Dungeons & Dragons - Eye of the Beholder 2002 - Nintendo Gameboy Advance.]

    [Below: Game cart.]

  • [Below: Advanced Dungeons & Dragons - Slayer 1994 - 3DO - I always liked the 3DO, despite what other people think about it.]

    [Below: Disc.]

  • [Below: Advanced Dungeons & Dragons - DeathKeep 1995 - 3DO.]

    [Below: Back.]

    [Below: CD.]

    [Below: Game tip phone cards.]

  • [Below: Advanced Dungeons & Dragons - Heroes 2003 - Microsoft Xbox.]

    [Below: CD.]


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