I completely forgot about this game. It's not a faithful adaptation of D&D ruleset, but I played a lot of it in the past. I'm glad that someone mentioned it here.I've enjoyed a ton of D&D games over the years. Although when I DM, I like to keep things very close to the rules as written, some of the games I've enjoyed the most have been fairly loose adaptations. The one I've certainly put the most time into is Dungeons and Dragons Online- one of the first western F2P MMOs and also one of the first MMOs I ever played, DDO has been a game I keep coming back even after more than a decade.
Never heard about the game. I see that it's present in the Wikipedia article that I linked in my first post. I wonder how it aged after all this time. Probably a comeback would be very painful...Oh yeah I just remembered there was a Dungeons and Dragons game on the Sega Genesis that I played SO much when I was a kid. Warriors of the Eternal Sun, according to Google. I don't remember much about it, other than finding a spot to keep resting to fight bears to level up, and a fairly long path through some lizard infested swamp that I had a pretty rough time with. I loved it though, but I was pretty young and didn't know much if anything about D&D.
Not only Dark Sun, but also Ravenloft, Dragonlance, Spelljammer and a few others. A lot of D&D campaign settings were explored in computer games, but that was around 30 years ago. We need something fresh.We need a Dark Suns adaptation.