A blast from the D&D past...the D&D Computer Labyrinth Game

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A blast from the D&D past...the D&D Computer Labyrinth Game

Post by Cloak-n-Dagger » Fri Oct 13, 2017 4:49 pm

On Facebook, I'm in a group dedicated to "all things 80s". It keeps the nostalgia going for my childhood, what can I say, :lol: . Today someone actually posted this old commercial from 1982. I didn't discover table top D&D (via Red Box) until sometime around '84-'85, I think I was about 10, so I never really had the chance to play this but it seemed like it might have been fun.



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Post by grodog » Mon Oct 16, 2017 12:23 am

Cloak-n-Dagger wrote:
Fri Oct 13, 2017 4:49 pm
On Facebook, I'm in a group dedicated to "all things 80s". It keeps the nostalgia going for my childhood, what can I say, :lol: . Today someone actually posted this old commercial from 1982. I didn't discover table top D&D (via Red Box) until sometime around '84-'85, I think I was about 10, so I never really had the chance to play this but it seemed like it might have been fun.
I have my copy from when I was a kid, it still works, and I've picked up one or two others on the cheap over the years, to get a full set of parts again. It's a fun game, and reminds me that I should pull it out to play with the boys again sometime. IIRC Henry particularly enjoyed it :D

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