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UT Videogame Archive: Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Champions of Krynn
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Published in 1990 by Strategic Simulations, Inc. (SSI) as part of the “Gold Box” games, Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Champions of Krynn was the first of three games based on the Dragonlance world. Champions of Krynn appeared on the Amiga, Apple II, C64, and MS-DOS, and its reviews, despite being positive, often cited the game’s complexity. This game provides insight into how table top games were translated into the digital realm and embodies the design and gameplay trends of the era.
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