In the days before computers permeated every inch of daily life, fantasy gaming was confined to the family room or the kitchen and was resolved with dice and pieces of paper (costumes optional? – Ed). Of course, early computers jumped on the Fantasy game bandwagon, but most of those machines were inaccessible or expensive. So it was a big deal, when at the turn of the decade, Adventure, a fantasy-themed game, showed up on store shelves. It was fantasy video gaming for the masses, and it is accessible and fun.