6502 Workshop have canceled their Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for the development of feelies for Nox Archaist.
Tagged: Apple II
There are just a few days left in the Nox Archaist Kickstarter campaign.
Nox Archaist, a new (yes, new) RPG for the Apple II, is now being crowdfunded on Kickstarter.
Lawless Legends has begun beta testing.
Where did it all start, our respective fascinations with computers and gaming consoles? What were the systems — and who were the people — along our technological journeys?
The developers of Lawless Legends have released their editing toolkit, the Outlaw Editor, and a demo scenario created therewith: Ancient Legends.
MagerValp has released version 2.2 of Ultima 4 Remastered, which addresses a few more bugs reported by users.
Andrew Owen had an eventful 2014, but has jumped right back into working on Pax Britannia now that 2015 has begun.
Soosh at The Retro Years gives Ultima 4 a second try and a first fair shake. You’ll enjoy the outcome.
RIchard Garriott has challenged the Shroud of the Avatar fandom to port his first game, D&D1, to either Unity or Web, for eventual inclusion in Shroud of the Avatar.
Ultima 3 was released thirty years ago as of a few days ago. It inspired three decades of RPGs, Western and Japanese alike.
A somewhat Ultima-inspired fantasy RPG set in the Wild West, in development for the Apple II and Commodore 64.
An apparently authentic original copy of Akalabeth — in the little plastic bag — is up for sale at eBay.
The exact release date is seemingly recalled by no one, but Ultima 1 was first released in June, 1981.