In addition to D&D gaming products, a number of Dragonlance video games were released in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Dark Queen of Krynn (Video Game)
Dark Queen of Krynn picks up where Death Knights of Krynn left off. The party starts in Palanthas and journeys to Caergoth, where they are confronted by a party of dragons. The party is wrecked at sea and visits the Dargonesti elves' capital before washing up on the shores of Taladas. Will the party be able to survive the strange continent of Taladas and rescue Raistlin Majere from his imprisonment in the Abyss?
Published by Strategic Simulations, Inc. (SSI) for the Amiga, Macintosh and DOS.More info →
DragonStrike (Video Game)
Ever want to fly a dragon? DragonStrike is a flight simulator for a dragon! Fly your mount through the great battles of the War of the Lance, complete missions, advance in rank and get better magical items (and move up to better dragon types).
Published by Strategic Simulations, Inc. (SSI) for Amiga, Commodore 64, DOS, and NES.More info →
Heroes of the Lance (Video Game)
The Heroes of the Lance must descend into the ruined city of Xak Tsaroth to search for the Disks of Mishakal. The game uses a side-scrolling action style, breaking from the more traditional turn-based D&D-type game, and allows the player to switch characters to select one better suited to any given situation.
Published by Strategic Simulations, Inc. (SSI) for Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64, DOS, ZX Spectrum, NES, and Sega Master System.More info →
Dragons of Flame (Video Game)
The sequel to Heroes of the Lance, Dragons of Flame follows the game modules and storyline of Dragons of Autumn Twilight, bridging the gap between the trip to Xak Tsaroth and the return of the heroes to Solace and Pax Tharkas.
Published by Strategic Simulations, Inc. (SSI) for Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64, DOS, ZX Spectrum, and NES.More info →
Shadow Sorcerer (Video Game)
The sequel to Dragons of Flame. A party of four adventurers must take the slaves from Pax Tharkas and shepherd them through the wilderness before the Dragonarmies catch up with them. The game features three modes (strategic, tactical, and political) that the party must master in order to ensure the refugees' safe passage to Thorbardin, while the evil dragons tail the humans in real time, killing the survivors!
Published by Strategic Simulations, Inc. (SSI) for the Amiga and DOS.More info →
War of the Lance (Video Game)
A strategy game akin to risk, you must move armies, heroes and various units against the Dragonarmies, or use your diplomats to bring other nations to your side in battle. Play against a human opponent or allow the computer to take control of the action.
Published by Strategic Simulations, Inc. (SSI) for the Apple II, Commodore 64, and DOS.More info →
Champions of Krynn (Video Game)
Shortly after the War of the Lance, the party journeys forth from Throtl on a scouting mission. However, one of the infamous Heroes of the Lance, Caramon Majere, and a group of humans are held captive by draconians. The party travels across Ansalon and is joined by Knights, kender, and other Heroes of the Lance to stop the evil forces from corrupting more dragon eggs into draconians.
Published by Strategic Simulations, Inc. (SSI) for the Amiga, Apple II, Commodore 64, and DOS.More info →
Death Knights of Krynn (Video Game)
A continuation of Champions of Krynn. The PCs are celebrating their victory from the previous installment, when an undead Knight swoops into the midst of the ceremonies and leads to the discovery of hordes of undead creatures. The party must embard on a quest to seek out the source of the undead: Lord Soth!
Published by Strategic Simulations, Inc. (SSI) for the Amiga, Commodore 64 and DOS.More info →