"First released in 1975 and revised throughout the 1980s and early 1990s, the Dungeon! boardgame lets you explore a multi-level dungeon in search of treasure guarded by terrible monsters. The deeper into the dungeon you go, the deadlier the monsters and the greater the treasure. The player who returns to the beginning chamber with the most treasure wins!
This re-release of the classic Dungeon! boardgame stays true to the original but incorporates several revisions made to the game in later editions, giving players the most fun experience possible."
No image available... what a weird WotC day!
Followup: Well, by some accounts, it was all a hoax; the D&D 3.5 w/Errata "reprints," and the Dungeon Board game. I'm not so sure; time will tell. Wizards denied all the rumors about 4E up until the day they announced it at Gen Con, so denials from them, frankly, mean nothing. Personally, I think a new print of an "updated" v3.5 is a good thing, and the release of a new edition of Dungeon would be an AWESOME thing. Frankly, from experience, I know it to be one of the BEST ways to get the younger crowd (ages 5 to 9) hip to the basic ideas behind Dungeons & Dragons. So I hope this is merely a case of Wizards "protesting too much"...