Obscure Dungeons & Dragon Games

The fantasy tabletop game that has captured imaginations since 1974 has not only done so through its original medium but through a whole specter of entertainment-methods, including a cartoon TV series, a movie, and numerous video games. It might be heresy for any true D&D fanatic to admit that they’ve come across the universe in ways that don’t include holding dice in your hand, but sometimes, it’s true.

It’s no mystery that besides the vast array of toys that video games are the most logical introduction into our favorite magical world. In large part, because they provide the same RPG dynamics the original game does and their share volume. It’s not just that there are a lot of D&D games out there, there are many D&D-inspired ones as well. Whether the developers like to admit it or not, like Divinity: Original Sin, and Pillars of Eternity.

However, what are some games that D&D fans have never heard of or have forgotten about?

Dungeons & Dragons: Treasures of Icewind Dale

That’s right, an online slot game. You probably weren’t even aware D&D themed ones existed. Well, they do. And even though Treasures of Icewind Dale came out in 2014, it was recently updated. If you want to be enthralled by some magic and line your pockets with gold you should check it out at one of many online casinos, including the particularly great Casimba casino.

Online platforms are taking over the gambling world. As you can tell from this title, they have licensed and themed games from every genre, to satisfy any customer. There, you’ll find games based on your favorite movie, TV show, even fairy-tale. If those don’t tickle your fancy, you can re-enact a historical conquest, all the while a life-changing jackpot looms over your head. You can even play the games for free if you just want to have fun.

Dungeons & Dragons Tactics

PSP. Remember it? The handheld console series developed by Sony that managed to hang around for a decade. If you were one of the unlucky ones to never play one, think of a more advanced Gameboy, that is twice as fun.

It too wasn’t immune to D&D action, as Dungeons & Dragons Tactics was there to represent. Developed by Kuju Entertainment and published by Atari in 2007, Tactics adhered to the D&D 3.5 Edition rules. It even supported multiplayer modes like deathmatch and co-ops. However, due to its cumbersome and difficult interface, it faced mostly negative reviews.

Neverwinter Nights: Mobile

Every hardcore knows about the first multiplayer online RPG to display graphics by Beyond Software. If you don’t, you’re not a real fan. Maybe you know of the PC third-person series from BioWare, but did you know that in 2004, there was a mobile version as well?

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