Sunday, June 7, 2009

Goodman Games DCC Line to be Republished for AD&D and Clones

The old-school is getting legs. Wasn't someone just pointing out that they wanted the "industry" to support play by churning out adventures? Well here you go.

June 6, 2009 - Goodman Games, developer and publisher of the hugely-popular line of Dungeon Crawl Classics line of adventures for fantasy role-playing campaigns, is pleased to announce an agreement with Black Blade Publishing to publish adaptations of the Dungeon Crawl Classics line of adventures for First Edition fantasy role-playing games. The first release is First Edition Dungeon Crawls: Secret of Smuggler's Cove, adapted from DCC #7: Secret of Smuggler's Cove. This 32-page adventure module is fully compatible with the First Edition of the world's most-popular fantasy role-playing game, any of the other early editions of that game, or any of their modern simulacra.

First Edition Dungeon Crawls: Secret of Smuggler's Cove will be initially released at the North Texas RPG Con in Dallas, TX, June 5-7, and will be available for purchase directly from Black Blade Publishing immediately thereafter.

Black Blade Publishing has scheduled two more releases in 2009, beginning in the fall with First Edition Dungeon Crawls: The Golden Palace of Zahadran, adapted from DCC # 32: The Golden Palace of Zahadran, followed by First Edition Dungeon Crawls: Devil in the Mists, adapted from DCC #40: Devil in the Mists, a sequel to Dungeon Crawl Classics #7: Secret of Smuggler's Cove.

"The old school gaming community continues to build momentum. Some of the more forward-looking members of this community are focused on expanding their love of the hobby by looking forward toward new fans, not only backward toward nostalgia. Jon Hershberger is one such person and I'm glad to be working with him on his Black Blade adaptations," said Goodman Games President Joseph Goodman.

Formed in 2009 by Jon Hershberger and Allan Grohe, Wichita-based Black Blade Publishing will begin publishing First Edition Dungeon Crawls in June 2009 under license from Goodman Games.


  1. I thought it was a big deal. I really dug DCC line. Sort of what brought me sniffing round the old-school world. Not, that I think DCC was particularly old school but it was fun and the art rocked.


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