I'm a big follower of the retro game movement. I loved my 1st edition AD&D games, and anything that can harken back to those days while using modern production values is pure awesomeness.
OSRIC is the 1st Edition AD&D rules reimaged, neatened up and generally rewritten.
Labrynth Lord is a rewrite of BCMI D&D rules and is a pleasure to read. I'll be running this soon, I hope
Swords & Wizardry is a reworking of OD&D. There is even a quickstart version of the rules available.
These are all professionally produced rule sets that are available for FREE in PDF format. The all look nice on the Kindle DX (tho OSRIC version 2 is a bit large and unwieldy on the DX). Give them a look. The only cost is your time.
Taking a Deeper Slice of DDA1: "Arena of Thyatis" (1990), by John Nephew - "And simply everyone is going to the magnificent Villa Osteroplus, home of the wealthy old senator, Helenites. Raucous fun, exotic food, and even advanced ...
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