Hand-written assembly language for Ultima 3.
Category: Richard Garriott
Source code for Ultima 1, printed out on tractor feed paper, with hand-written debugging notes.
Letters sent to Origin Systems and EA by Donald Glinkie, the most perpetually irate Ultima fan who ever lived.
Various letters that Richard Garriott has received since developing Akalabeth.
A Dungeons & Dragons character sheet, on which Richard Garriott created the character called Shamino.
Design notes for DND #29, Richard Garriott’s forgotten/never-completed follow-up to what became Akalabeth.
Hand-written design notes for DND #1, Richard Garriott’s first game.
Some hand-written notes about Ultima 2, from Richard Garriott.
Richard Garriott has revealed the original cover art concept for Ultima 3 that his mother, Helen Garriott, composed.
Richard Garriott’s book — Explore/Create: My Life at the Extremes — has evidently been cancelled by publisher HarperCollins.
Richard Garriott’s autobiography has evidently been delayed until early next month.
As part of the Shroud of the Avatar End of Summer Telethon, Richard Garriott took part in a PVP match with a number of other Portalarium developers and game backers. He was certainly having...
Owen and Mary Garriott evidently founded a science museum for children with the return on their investment in Origin Systems.
Richard Garriott’s upcoming autobiography, “Explore/Create: My Life at the Extremes”, will be releasing in about a month.