Dungeons & Dragons is a game totally based on the TV animated cartoon show of the same name.
The game was created and sold on MSX-Jaú 2004, where a small limited batch was released to MSX computer fans, in CD-ROM with DVD cover.
With videos from the cartoon being played on the game using the EVA tecnology, you go through the story of the last tv-aired episode, "Cave of the Faerie Dragons".
Counting not only with the videos to tell how the story unfolds, the game also uses the 256 colors from screen 8 to achieve a graphical level few times seen on a MSX. And it still uses MSX turbo-R PCM to play a sample on the game over screen ;)
Dungeons & Dragons, although being a short game created as a concept-proof of what a MSX can really do, is still a very enjoyable game.
To run this game is necessary an MSX2 or superior with 7Mhz (MSX turbo-R recommended), IDE Interface, MSX-DOS2, MSX-Music, 128Kb mapper and CD-ROM.
You can choose which main cartoon characther you want to play in the game:
Every character has its on advantages and disadvantages; for exemple, Bobby is the strongest, Eric has the better defense in the game and Sheila is the one with more probabilities to run away from conflict successfully.
Talking to a character
Fighting on level 2
Fighting on level 3
A locked door!
The last level
See the game package, when it was originally released:
I would like to thank the people below, mostly because without them this project would never been possible: