Goldenflame Dragon has implemented loading of savegames in The Dark Unknown. And he has been making improvements to the game’s codebase as well.
Creation takes time. Time is limited.
Kevin Fishburne has relaunched the website for Eight Virtues Games.
RIchard Garriott spoke with Polygon about the crowdfunding success of Shroud of the Avatar, and how it has changed his plans for the game.
Andrew Owen has released the soundtrack for U3.5: Pax Britannia on SoundCloud.
XP4T held a survey a while ago; their readers were asked to vote on the best RPGs of the 1980s. Ultima 4 was on the list, of course.
Slashing Dragon has published some notes about the reward perks for those who have backed Ananias Roguelike’s crowdfunding campaigns.
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A foreboding, mountainous coastline? Surely it must be the Isle of the Avatar. (Image via The Paper Wall.)
The latest update to the Underworld Ascendant Kickstarter page features interviews with designers Tim Stellmach and Scott Kimball.
AvatarAcid’s re-creation of parts of the Serpent Isle (from Ultima 7 Part 2) in Minecraft.
Team Return have relaunched the Ultima Return website, and have released some new soundtrack pieces to celebrate.
JD Harding has created remixes of much of the Ultima 7 and Serpent Isle soundtracks, and also of a few songs from the Ultima Online soundtrack.
Andrew Owen has been working on the manual and player reference card for U3.5: Pax Britannia.
Flashy Dragon’s new company, One More Story Games, has developed an interactive storytelling engine: StoryStylus.