Dungeoneer Variants

Board Game Geek user darkyeoman has compiled a list of all the Dungeoneer Variants he could find online and posted them here:


Post Kublacon Thoughts

Kublacon is my favorite gaming convention in the San Francisco bay area, and this year was no exception. The show, by all accounts, broke attendance records and there was a lot of activity at our booth all weekend.

Dungeoneer did well. For more details on upcoming Dungeoneer games go here: Studio Denmark

Dragons of the Forsaken Desert available again

Dragons of the Forsaken Desert features a lot of crunchy mechanics, great art, and Dragons! This is the set that I've always felt got everything right. There is no errata and no typos (so far noted!), each card is useful at all times, so you may not need that +1 Melee right now from your Scroll of Might, but its recover 1 Life ability is good to have on hand. Every card in the set is designed with this in mind. Even monsters scale well relative to their opponent's strength with "add opponent's Level..." on several of the monsters.

This set has been out of print for a while, and I was amazed to see it is going for $495 or so on Amazon! Well good news, Atlas Games has found a way to get it back in print.
Print on Demand.
Ok, I know what you are thinking. Lousy print quality and flimsy cards. I thought the same thing too until Atlas Games sent me a proof copy. Wow, POD has come a long ways. The quality is right up there with offset printing.  The card stock is the same used in the sets printed by Carte Mundi. The colors may even be a little sharper. It is a really good product. The only drawback: no box.
Well, that's ok, I know a lot of you put your Dungeoneer cards into custom boxes anyways. I know I do.
If you are looking to pick up a copy of Dungeoneer: Dragons of the Forsaken Desert, mosy on over to Drive Thru Cards and order one here.
Happy Dungeoneering.

What do you want to see in World of Dungeoneer?

I've started a discussion thread on the Dungeoneer forum about what players want to see in the World of Dungeoneer. First question is what are your favorite Dungeoneer cards and why?

New Dungeoneer Forum

Long ago we had a Dungeoneer forum on the Studio Denmark website. Eventually that site was made exclusively a portfolio site.

Atlas Games provides a forum for their many games, but I thought Dungeoneer deserved to still have its own dedicated forum. Also I wanted a place to describe new projects Studio Denmark is working on as well as the future of Dungeoneer.

The new forum is called Platemail, a sort of homage to Chainmail the original game that inspired D&D which eventually inspired Dungeoneer. Please check it out and tell us what you think!