The art for the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Monster Card for the Giant Weasel is by Jim Roslof. The Giant Weasel does not get the respect it deserves, so lets take a look at the adorable blood draining killers. Perhaps it will inspire you to add one to your next gaming session.
Imagic's Atlantis for the Atari 2600 is a beautiful game that is sadly undone by its shallow and repetitive gameplay. It only become challenging when you play at higher difficulty level.
Erol Otus' Ghoul is a terrifying undead creation. It uses its shard disease-ridden claws and bizarre body hair to take down even the most seasoned of adventurers. Break out your holy symbol, we are about to take a look at AD&D Monster Card for the Ghoul.
The Frost Giant, as captured by Bill Willingham, is grim and terrifying. Let's take a look at its AD&D Monster Card art and other early examples of this Norse flavored early D&D monster.
Astroblast was the Astromash port for the Atari 2600. It is a delightful instance of a port of a game, despite having lower graphics, is actually better than the original.
The DIsplacer Beast is a terrifying space-shifting feline that has been around for the entire time Dungeons & Dragons has existing. So let's take a look at the Monster Card that was released for it in 1982 and learn a little bit about the origins of this iconic creature.
The Giant Constrictor Snake is a powerful serpent that does not get much attention from the Monster Manual. In the AD&D Monster cards though, it gets a beautiful color illustration by the unmistakable Erol Otus.
Artillery Duel is a wonderfully made game filled with lots of features and solid Atari graphics. Unfortunately it is also painfully slow. Which makes it fun to try, but does not add much in the way replayability.
A legendary creature from mythology that is half human and half horse WITH art by Jeff Dee? Enjoy the AD& Centaur Monster card. It is amazing.
The Barbed Devil was no joke. It is a challenge to even the most seasoned of adventurers. It is also, because of the Satanic Panic around Dungeons & Dragons, one the most polarizing cards from Set 1 of the AD&D Monster Cards.