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These are both retro clones made possible by the Wizards of The Coast Open Game License. So both games play like an older version of D&D. The Dark Dungeons version is a close copy rulewise. Darker Dungeons retains the same feel and probabilities with a streamlined rule set.
Here’s a quote from the Darker Dungeons pdf.
[quote]Darker Dungeons uses several terms and names that are Copyright 2000-2003 Wizards of the Coast, Inc.
These terms are used under the terms of the Open Game License v1.0a, and are designated as Open Content by that license. Other than those terms and names, all original text in Darker Dungeons is hereby placed in the Public Domain.
All artwork found in Darker Dungeons is copyright by the original artists, and may not be reproduced. [/quote]
Personally I’m interested in Darker Dungeons. Looks very similar to the RPGs I learned on but with better dice rolls and fewer tables. I’ve been wanting to find a rule set I can use to DM some games and I think this is it.
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