List of Dungeons & Dragons video games

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This is a list of video games based on the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy tabletop role-playing game, including computer games, console games, arcade games, and mobile games.

Licensing history[edit]

The first Dungeons & Dragons licensed games were made by Mattel for the Intellivision. The contract actually required some variations to the normal Intellivision title screens with the name being capitalized and the addition of the word 'cartridge'. The games, however, had nothing to do with the rules or any of the settings.[1]

Up until 1987, a number of games inspired by Dungeons & Dragons had appeared, such as the Wizardry and Ultima series, but these were not licensed from TSR. TSR considered making their own video games and passed on the idea, and instead announced in 1987 that it was looking for a game development partner to make officially-licensed games. At least ten different companies applied, including Electronic Arts and Origin Systems, but TSR awarded the contract to Strategic Simulations, Inc. (SSI) primarily because of their broader vision and their experience in computerized wargaming.[2][3] After a successful run with their Gold Box series of games, SSI lost their exclusive license in 1994. TSR then divided the license among multiple publishers.[4]

TSR awarded Interplay Productions, Inc. a license to use the Forgotten Realms and Planescape trademarks and associated properties for use in computer and video game products.[5] Within Interplay, a division named Black Isle Studios used this license arrangement to develop a series of successful games based upon the two D&D settings. They also published the Baldur's Gate series developed by the Canadian company BioWare. In 2003, Interplay ran into financial difficulties, resulting in the closure of Black Isle Studios. Their next planned D&D video game, code-named "Jefferson," was canceled as a result of legal issues with Wizards of the Coast, the new rights holders to the D&D franchise.[6]

Wizards of the Coast purchased TSR, the makers of Dungeons & Dragons, in 1997. They in turn were acquired by Hasbro in 1999. As a result, the subsidiary Hasbro Interactive gained the right to use the Dungeons & Dragons game brand in their video game products. In 2001, facing financial difficulties, Hasbro sold 100% of Hasbro Interactive to French software concern Infogrames Entertainment, SA in a US$100 million deal.[7] This led to the publication of Neverwinter Nights in 2002, a game also developed by Bioware.

List of games[edit]

Sorted by setting (also known as game worlds).

Forgotten Realms[edit]

The majority of all D&D video games are set in the Forgotten Realms. Since 2007 to date, every D&D video game has been set in the Forgotten Realms.

Title Series Genre Platform(s) Developer Release Engine
Pool of Radiance[8] Gold Box: Pool of Radiance RPG (turn-based) Home computers, NES SSI 1988 Gold Box
Hillsfar[8] Gold Box: Pool of Radiance Action-adventure Home computers, NES Westwood Studios 1989
Curse of the Azure Bonds[8] Gold Box: Pool of Radiance RPG (turn-based) Home computers SSI 1989 Gold Box
Secret of the Silver Blades[8] Gold Box: Pool of Radiance RPG (turn-based) Home computers SSI 1990 Gold Box
Eye of the Beholder[9][10] Eye of the Beholder RPG (action-based) Home computers, Sega CD, SNES, Amiga Westwood Studios 1990
Eye of the Beholder II: The Legend of Darkmoon[9][10] Eye of the Beholder RPG (action-based) Home computers, Amiga Westwood Studios 1991
Pools of Darkness[10] Gold Box: Pool of Radiance RPG (turn-based) Home computers SSI 1991 Gold Box
Neverwinter Nights[10] Gold Box: Savage Frontier RPG (turn-based) Home computers AOL, Stormfront Studios, SSI 1991 Gold Box
Gateway to the Savage Frontier[10] Gold Box: Savage Frontier RPG (turn-based) Home computers Stormfront Studios 1991 Gold Box
Treasures of the Savage Frontier[10] Gold Box: Savage Frontier RPG (turn-based) MS-DOS, Amiga Stormfront Studios 1992 Gold Box
Spelljammer: Pirates of Realmspace[10] RPG (turn-based) MS-DOS Cybertech Systems 1992
Eye of the Beholder III: Assault on Myth Drannor[9][11] Eye of the Beholder RPG (action-based) MS-DOS, PC-98 SSI 1993
Forgotten Realms: Unlimited Adventures[11] Gold Box RPG (turn-based) MS-DOS, Mac MicroMagic, Inc. 1993 Gold Box
Dungeon Hack[11] RPG (roguelike) MS-DOS DreamForge Intertainment 1993
Menzoberranzan[11] RPG (action-based) MS-DOS DreamForge Intertainment 1994 Ravenloft
Blood & Magic[12] Real-time strategy MS-DOS Tachyon Studios 1996
Descent to Undermountain[12] RPG (action-based) MS_DOS, Windows Interplay 1998
Baldur's Gate[12] Baldur's Gate RPG Windows, Mac BioWare November 30, 1998 Infinity Engine
Baldur's Gate: Tales of the Sword Coast[12] Baldur's Gate RPG Windows, Mac BioWare April 30, 1999 Infinity Engine
Icewind Dale[13] Icewind Dale RPG Windows, Mac Black Isle Studios June 20, 2000 Infinity Engine
Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn[13] Baldur's Gate RPG Windows, Mac BioWare September 24, 2000 Infinity Engine
Icewind Dale: Heart of Winter[13] Icewind Dale RPG Windows Black Isle Studios February 21, 2001 Infinity Engine
Baldur's Gate II: Throne of Bhaal[13] Baldur's Gate RPG Windows, Mac BioWare June 21, 2001 Infinity Engine
Icewind Dale: Trials of the Luremaster[13] Icewind Dale RPG Windows Black Isle Studios September 7, 2001 Infinity Engine
Pool of Radiance: Ruins of Myth Drannor[13] RPG (turn-based) Windows Stormfront Studios September 27, 2001
Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance[13] Dark Alliance Hack and slash PS2, Xbox, Nintendo GameCube, GBA Snowblind Studios December 2, 2001 Dark Alliance Engine
Neverwinter Nights[13] Neverwinter Nights RPG Windows, Mac, Linux BioWare June 18, 2002 Aurora Engine
Icewind Dale II[13] Icewind Dale RPG Windows Black Isle Studios August 27, 2002 Infinity Engine
Dungeons & Dragons: Eye of the Beholder RPG (turn-based) Game Boy Advance Pronto Games October 30, 2002
Neverwinter Nights: Shadows of Undrentide[13][14] Neverwinter Nights RPG Windows, Mac, Linux Floodgate Entertainment, BioWare June 21, 2003 Aurora Engine
Neverwinter Nights: Hordes of the Underdark[13][14] Neverwinter Nights RPG Windows, Mac, Linux BioWare December 2, 2003 Aurora Engine
Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone[15] RPG (action-based) Windows, PS2, Xbox Stormfront Studios 2004
Neverwinter Nights: Mobile[16] Neverwinter Nights RPG (action-based) Mobile phone Floodgate Entertainment 2004
Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II[13] Dark Alliance Hack and slash PS2, Xbox Black Isle Studios January 20, 2004 Dark Alliance Engine
Neverwinter Nights: Shadowguard[14] Neverwinter Nights RPG Windows, Mac, Linux Floodgate Entertainment November 10, 2004 Aurora Engine
Neverwinter Nights: Witch's Wake[14] Neverwinter Nights RPG Windows, Mac, Linux BioWare November 10, 2004 Aurora Engine
Neverwinter Nights: Kingmaker[14] Neverwinter Nights RPG Windows, Mac, Linux BioWare November 10, 2004 Aurora Engine
Neverwinter Nights: Pirates of the Sword Coast[17] Neverwinter Nights RPG Windows, Mac, Linux BioWare September 20, 2005 Aurora Engine
Neverwinter Nights: Infinite Dungeons[18] Neverwinter Nights RPG Windows, Mac, Linux BioWare May 26, 2006 Aurora Engine
Neverwinter Nights: Wyvern Crown of Cormyr[19] Neverwinter Nights RPG Windows, Mac, Linux BioWare September 14, 2006 Aurora Engine
Neverwinter Nights 2[20] Neverwinter Nights RPG Windows, Mac Obsidian Entertainment October 31, 2006 Electron Engine
Neverwinter Nights 2: Mask of the Betrayer[20] Neverwinter Nights RPG Windows Obsidian Entertainment September 27, 2007 Electron Engine
Dungeons & Dragons: Tiny Adventures[21][22][23] Facebook 2008
Neverwinter Nights 2: Storm of Zehir[20] Neverwinter Nights RPG Windows Obsidian Entertainment November 18, 2008 Electron Engine
Neverwinter Nights 2: Mysteries of Westgate[24] Neverwinter Nights RPG Windows Ossian Studios April 29, 2009 Electron Engine
Heroes of Neverwinter Facebook Liquid Entertainment 2011
Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale[25] Dark Alliance Hack and slash PS3, Xbox 360, Windows Bedlam Games May 25, 2011
Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition[26] Baldur's Gate RPG Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android Overhaul Games September 28, 2012 Infinity Enhanced Engine
Neverwinter[27] MMORPG Windows, Xbox One, PS4 Cryptic Studios June 20, 2013
Dungeons & Dragons: Arena of War[28] Action iOS, Android DeNA October 17, 2013 Unity (game engine)
Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition[29] Baldur's Gate RPG Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android Overhaul Games November 15, 2013 Infinity Enhanced Engine
Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition[30] Icewind Dale RPG Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android Overhaul Games October 30, 2014 Infinity Enhanced Engine
Lords of Waterdeep[31] Boardgame iOS, Android Playdek November 21, 2014
Sword Coast Legends RPG Windows, OS X, Linux, PS4, Xbox One N-Space, Digital Extremes September 29, 2015
Baldur's Gate: Siege of Dragonspear Baldur's Gate RPG Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android Beamdog March 31, 2016 Infinity Enhanced Engine
Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms[32] Idle clicker Mac, Windows, iOS, Android, PS4, Xbox Codename Entertainment September 8, 2017
Tales from Candlekeep: Tomb of Annihilation[33] Boardgame Mac, Windows BKOM Studios October 11, 2017
Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition Neverwinter Nights RPG Windows, Mac Beamdog March 27, 2018 Aurora Enhanced Engine
Warriors of Waterdeep[34][35] Turn-based tactics Android, iOS Ludia May 28, 2019
Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance[36] Dark Alliance Hack and slash PC, consoles Tuque Games 2021
Baldur's Gate III Baldur's Gate RPG Larian Studios TBA (early access 2020) Divinity 4 Engine
Dungeons & Dragons: Dice Adventures [37][38] iOS, Android Wizards of the Coast TBA (soft launch 2019-2020)

Dragonlance[edit]

Title Series Genre Platform(s) Developer Release Engine
Heroes of the Lance[8] Silver Box Action platformer Home computers, NES, Master System U.S. Gold 1988 Silver Box
Dragons of Flame[8] Silver Box Action platformer Home computers, NES U.S. Gold 1989 Silver Box
Shadow Sorcerer[10] Silver Box Real-time strategy Home computers U.S. Gold 1991
War of the Lance[8] Turn-based strategy Home computers SSI 1989
DragonStrike[8] Flight simulator Home computers Westwood Studios 1990
DragonStrike (NES)[8] Scrolling shooter NES Westwood Studios 1992
Champions of Krynn[8] Gold Box: Dragonlance RPG (turn-based) Home computers SSI 1990 Gold Box
Death Knights of Krynn[10] Gold Box: Dragonlance RPG (turn-based) Home computers SSI 1991 Gold Box
The Dark Queen of Krynn[10] Gold Box: Dragonlance RPG (turn-based) Home computers SSI 1992 Gold Box

Mystara[edit]

Title Genre Platform(s) Developer Release
Dungeons & Dragons: Order of the Griffon RPG (turn-based) TurboGrafx 16 Westwood Studios 1992
Dungeons & Dragons: Warriors of the Eternal Sun[10] RPG (turn-based) Sega Genesis Westwood Studios 1992
Fantasy Empires[11] Turn-based strategy MS-DOS Silicon Knights 1993
Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom[11] Hack and slash Arcade, Sega Saturn Capcom 1994
Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara[12] Hack and slash Arcade, Sega Saturn Capcom 1996

Dark Sun[edit]

Title Genre Platform(s) Developer Release
Dark Sun: Shattered Lands[11] RPG (turn-based) MS-DOS SSI 1993
Dark Sun: Wake of the Ravager[11] RPG (turn-based) MS-DOS SSI 1994
Dark Sun Online: Crimson Sands[12] MMORPG Windows SSI 1996

Ravenloft[edit]

Title Genre Platform(s) Developer Release
Ravenloft: Strahd's Possession[11] RPG (action-based) MS-DOS DreamForge Intertainment 1994
Ravenloft: Stone Prophet[12] RPG (action-based) MS-DOS DreamForge Intertainment 1995
Iron & Blood: Warriors of Ravenloft[12] Fighting MS-DOS, PlayStation Take 2 Interactive 1997

Greyhawk[edit]

Greyhawk was the original Advanced Dungeons & Dragons setting. It was superseded by the Forgotten Realms around 1985, but it became the official default D&D setting in 2000. The Greyhawk video games were released shortly after.

Title Genre Platform(s) Developer Release
Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes[13] Hack and Slash Xbox Atari Hunt Valley Development Studio September 2003
The Temple of Elemental Evil[13] RPG (turn based) Windows Troika Games September 16, 2003
Dungeons & Dragons Tactics[39][40] RPG (turn based) PSP Kuju Entertainment August 14, 2007

Eberron[edit]

Title Genre Platform(s) Developer Release
Dungeons & Dragons: Dragonshard[41] Real-time strategy Windows Liquid Entertainment September 21, 2005
Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach[42] MMORPG Windows Turbine, Inc. February 28, 2006


Other settings[edit]

Title Setting Genre Platform(s) Developer Release
Dungeons & Dragons Computer Fantasy Game[43] Generic Action Handheld LCD Mattel 1981
Dungeon![44] Blackmoor[45] Boardgame Apple II Bruce Nesmith, Keith Enge 1982
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Cloudy Mountain[46][47] Generic Action-adventure Intellivision Mattel 1982
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Treasure of Tarmin[46] Generic Action-adventure Intellivision Tom Loughry 1982
Stronghold[11] Generic Real-time strategy MS-DOS Stormfront Studios 1993
Al-Qadim: The Genie's Curse[11] Al-Qadim RPG (action-based) MS-DOS Cyberlore Studios 1994
Slayer[12] Generic RPG (action-based) 3DO Lion Entertainment 1994[citation needed]
DeathKeep[12] Generic FPS Windows, 3DO Lion Entertainment 1996
Birthright: The Gorgon's Alliance[12] Birthright Turn-based strategy MS-DOS Synergistic Software 1996
Planescape: Torment[12] Planescape RPG Windows Black Isle Studios December 12, 1999
Planescape: Torment: Enhanced Edition Planescape RPG Windows, Mac, Linux Overhaul Games April 11, 2017

Collections[edit]

Title Series Setting Platform(s) Publisher Release
AD&D Limited Edition Collector's Set Various Various MS-DOS SSI 1990
AD&D Collector's Edition Various Various MS-DOS, Mac WizardWorks 1994
AD&D Collector's Edition Vol. 3 Savage Frontier Forgotten Realms MS-DOS SSI 1994
Fantasy Fest! Various Forgotten Realms MS-DOS SSI 1994
AD&D Eye of the Beholder Trilogy Eye of the Beholder Forgotten Realms MS-DOS SSI 1995
AD&D Ultimate Fantasy Various Various Intellivision Slash Corporation 1995
AD&D Masterpiece Collection Dark Sun/Ravenloft Dark Sun/Ravenloft Windows Mindscape 1996
The Forgotten Realms Archives Various Forgotten Realms Windows Interplay 1997
The Forgotten Realms Deluxe Edition Various Forgotten Realms Windows Interplay 2006
Dungeons & Dragons Collection Mystara Mystara Sega Saturn Capcom April 3, 1999
Gamefest: Forgotten Realms Classics Various Forgotten Realms Windows Interplay 2001
Neverwinter Nights Gold Edition Neverwinter Nights Forgotten Realms Windows Infogrames 2003
Neverwinter Nights Platinum Edition Neverwinter Nights Forgotten Realms Windows Infogrames 2004
Atari Collection: Rollenspiele Various Various Windows Atari 2005
Neverwinter Nights Diamond Compilation Neverwinter Nights Forgotten Realms Windows Infogrames 2005
Ultimate Dungeons & Dragons Various Various Windows Atari 2005
Dungeons & Dragons Anthology: The Master Collection Various Various Windows Atari 2011
Dungeons & Dragons: Neverwinter Nights Complete Neverwinter Nights Forgotten Realms Windows Atari 2011
Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara Mystara Mystara PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U, Windows Capcom 2013

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