Each week, gamer Matt Staggs will be producing a list of links for Fantasy Magazine to help fill you in on the latest in gaming news. This week there’s a host of information for tabletop gamers, including a vintage D&D commercial and D&D’s stupidest monsters, as well as leaked screenshots from Fallout and news from GameStop about downloadable content.
Are you a Left For Dead fanatic? Programmer Eric Ruth has made a NES-style version.
If you need a random dungeon creator for your tabletop campaigns, here’s one produced by Dyson Logos.
If you’re looking for a new monster to go along with that random dungeon, how about the Kidney Stone?
And if you want some adventures for your tabletop players, here’s a resource detailing 100+ free D&D adventures.
In case you don’t remember what playing tabletop games was like, here’s a vintage D&D commercial.
Then amuse yourself considering D&D’s Ten Stupidest Monsters.
The game Borderlands’ first downloadable content add-on “The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned,” releases Nov. 24, promising to add 6 to 10 hours of gameplay.
Screenshots have been leaked from Interplay’s Fallout MMO, supposedly by Interplay itself.
The first eight of the Pathfinder miniatures from Reaper have been released.
GameStop has said it will begin selling downloadable content…in its stores.
Want to incorporate Google Wave into your game playing? here’s some possibilities.
Finally, a visit to an old and perhaps forgotten RPG: En Garde from Game Designers Workshop.