Pick #40: Mazes & Minotaurs
Then it might have looked like Mazes & Minotaurs. Or more like the 1972 version of Mazes & Minotaurs.
What, 1972? I hear you say. That's before Gygax! It's older! No it's not. Because it's not really from 1972. It's just made as if it is so. Frenchman Olivier Legrand wrote them after an idea coined by Paul Elliot. And it's actually BECOME a very intriguing game - well made - probably very playable too.
So, if you ever wondered how D&D would have looked if it were Classic Greek fantasy instead of Medieval Fantasy... or if you're wondering now, screen the game. And if you start a session, invite me please?