The first One Page Dungeon Contest was announced by ChattyDM and Chgowiz in 2009.
All entries are available under the Creative Common Share-alike license (US 2008).
Need more? Check out the One Page Dungeon Contest 2010!
Where possible we’re linking to the author’s blog posts about their own entry so that you can leave comments on their blogs.
See also the original list of participants.
★ The list of winners:
- Best Aquatic Entry: The Barnacle Caves – Sam Kisko
- Best Classic: Ruffthroat’s Rathskeller – Lee Barber
- Best Dungeon Circa 1974: The Crumbling Dungeon – Lord Kilgore
- Best Dungeon Crawl: Shrine of the Savage Jungle – John Laviolette
- Most Elegant: Clockwork Crypt – Gary S. Watkins
- Funniest: The Vareh’gra Depths – Gary McCammon
- Best Geometry: Halls of the Mad Mage – Justin Alexander
- Best Homage: The Omenous Portent of the Highlands Meteor – Tim Hensley
- Best Introductory One-Shot: The Tomb of Durhan Oakenshield – Dyson Logos
- Best Non-Dungeon: The Great Cloud Caper – Jonathan Lee
- Best Unconventional: Traps-R-Us – Chris Torrence
- Best Use of Tables: Mountain Lair of the Misanthropic Magus – Sean Wills
- Best Hack-n-Slash: The Gray Goblin Warrens – Christopher Brackett
- Best Non-Fantasy Entry: The Horror of Leatherbury House – Michael Wolf
- Best Pub: Arendt’s Old Peculiar- Antti Hulkkonen
- Best Replayable Entry: The Infinite Tower – James E. Raggi IV
- Best Retro Use of 30×30 Space: Megadungeon of the Mad Archmage Gary Stu – Adam Thornton
- Best Silly Dungeon: Maze of NAMCAP – Patrick Riley
- Best New School Dungeon: Cry of the Gravegod by Heron Prior
- Best Old School Dungeon: Valley of the Necromancer Kings by Andrew Gale
- Best Overall One Page Dungeon: Secrets of the Old City by Simon Bull
Other One Page Dungeons that didn’t enter: