Wizards of the Coast and with DriveThruRPG have launched Dungeons and Dragons Classics—an “online PDF store that features classic content from every issue of D&D, including fan-favorite supplement materials and iconic adventures.”
In other words, if you began playing D&D in the ’70s, ’80s or ’90s, you can relive those adventures without having to scour eBay or Craigslist for out-of-print books (or the internet for pirated copies). They claim that “every edition will be available again” so you should be able to find your favorites as new titles are added.
The material isn’t free of course, but $5-$20 for rulebooks, sourcebooks and modules is a small price to pay if you ask us. If you agree, head on over to dndclassics.com and see if that awesome adventure you remember playing as a kid is already available.
Granted, this isn’t the first time that D&D archives have been available for sale online, but it’s nice to see them back again for nostalgic gamers.