The box was full of things, including a lot of figures (compatible with 28mm fantasy figures):
I was very happy to read Geordie's post, because we had many a good adventure with this game, but I don't think that it met great success, and it is rare to hear or read about it. I left a comment on the post, saying that I wished to write something on my own, and here we are.
Last year, I had enough time to begin to paint the minis of this box. Once again, I wanted to turn poorly regarded minis into nice game pieces, and I thought that some of them might become interesting monsters for my 1/72 fantasy armies. This is what I could get:
The tiles on the pictures come from the game box, but not the wall that I bought in an aquarium shop.
Some individual pictures: The Troll
The Bugbear (I try to find the english name after the french description, correct me if I am wrong :)):
The Carrion Crawler:
On the following pictures, you can see the monsters in their various daily activities: dwelling the dungeon, crawling the dungeon, attacking anything and particularly adventurers (a human word describing "armed people who steal anything in your dungeon, sweet dungeon and destroying the rest"). Admire the taste in architecture as shown on the original columns !
I would like to thank the painter from whom I stole the idea for the bases - unfortunately I don't remember who he or she is, because I lost my internet bookmarks last summer when my laptop was stolen. Anyway, thank you.
At last, a couple of pictures of my workspace in the cellar.
Once again, my daughter took most of the pictures of this post.
And now, I am looking for players for another dungeon crawl :)
Hope you liked this post.