Tactical Studies Rules, inc, or simply TSR, the masters of non-computerized rpg’s, known for publishing the original tabletop role-playing game “Dungeon & Dragons” back in 1974. TSR Hobbies was formed in 1975 as a separate division to market miniatures and games from different companies.
In 1982 TSR Hobbies released 3 home computer games, for the Apple II – To my knowledge these are the only games released but if anybody has more info I would love to expand my knowledge (not very much info exist on these old gems).
A Hi-res dungeon crawler for the Apple II created over the original 1975 adventure board game, of the same name, that simulated some aspects of Dungeons & Dragons which was released the year before.
The game supported up to 8 players
Thesus and the minotaur
A primitive 3rd person dungeon crawler.
Cover art by fantasy artist Larry Elmore, who did a lot of D&D artwork (also know for his SnarfQuest strip in the old Dragon Magazine – some might remember the 2015 fantasy point and click game kickstarter)
Dawn Patrol originally called Fight for the Skies was a tabletop war-game written by Mike Carr which models World War I style air combat. Carr began working on the game after watching the movie The Blue Max.
In 1982, Dawn Patrol, a Hi-res computer version was released for the Apple II.
Below, the three releases by TSR Hobbies.