We’ve somehow managed to reach a fiftieth episode. That seems significant.
Slashing Dragon has released version 1.75 of Ananias, adding many new items and item modifiers to the game.
If you grew up playing computer games in the 90s, you probably know what a LAN party is.
Dr. Dungeon is set to work on crafting Ultizurk 4, provided he can sell 1,000 copies of another of his games, Madman.
Shards Online was put on Steam Greenlight recently, and has now been Greenlit by the community there.
In hindsight, it was obvious that at some point, WtFD would have to eat some of his words regarding the Kim Karsdashian iOS game.
GOG have announced GOG Connect, a service that lets you add eligible games from your Steam library to your GOG account.
At least in the realm of PC games, physical box copies seem to be going away…with the exception of collectors editions that have lots of feelies in them.
The installers for Ultima V: Lazarus and the Ultima 6 Project can’t, by default, find the Steam version of Dungeon Siege. Here’s how to fix that.
The latest Shards Online community newsletter brings news of new developments in the game, and an upcoming Steam Greenlight campaign.
Spam Spam Spam Humbug reviews development on (and news about) Ultima Online that took place in 2015.
Spam Spam Spam Humbug chats with Richard Garriott and Starr Long about the genesis and first years of Ultima Online.
Spam Spam Spam Humbug reviews development on (and news about) Portalarium’s Shroud of the Avatar that took place in 2015.
Live-streamer Dusty Monkey chats with Derek Brinkamm about Shards Online.