Retro PC gaming enthusiast studio SNEG has announced that several more classic Dungeons & Dragons PC RPGs will be re-released this month. Iconic titles like Spelljammer: Pirates of Realmspace, fantasy empires, and DeathKeep are getting the re-release treatment, so you’ll be able to relive a vital piece of gaming history soon.
In a press release, SNEG describes this lineup as “eight long-dormant Dungeons & Dragons games”, including some of the first video games to be based on the legendary tabletop gaming property. SNEG director Oleg Klapovskiy says it was “always [his] dream” to bring back old-school D&D classics, a dream that he began realizing last year with the re-release of several classic Gold Box PC RPGs.
Here’s a full list of the classic D&D RPGs that are getting a re-release in March. These will all be available on both Steam and GOG, so you’ll be able to pick your platform as you see fit.
Described as “the first ever dragon combat simulator” by SNEG, this game features 20 missions set in the fantasy world of Dragonlance.
Spelljammer: Pirates of Realmspace
You are the pilot of the titular “spelljammer”, a ship that can travel through Realmspace. You must uncover a terrible conspiracy while engaging in ship combat and tactical missions.
Released in 1993, Fantasy Empires casts you as the ruler of a kingdom, and you must engage in real-time top-down combat to conquer neighboring kingdoms.
This 1995 first-person RPG features a fully-3D environment, as well as more than 30 monsters to conquer across 25 dungeons.
Silver Box Classic Bundle
Tea Silver Box Classic Bundle package contains four games set in the Dragonlance campaign setting: Heroes of the Lance, Dragons of Flame, War of the Lanceand Shadow Sorcerer.
It’s a pretty good time to be a retro PC RPG fan, it seems. If you’re eager to check out these games, then you can find them either on Steam or GOG. They’re all coming to both platforms “later this March”, according to SNEG, although we don’t have a more concrete release date than that. Be sure to keep your eye out for more info.