Holt Ironfell has turned his remix of Stones into a chance for you — yes, you! — to win a house in Shroud of the Avatar.
Tagged: Ultima Dragons
Andrew Owen has released the manual for Ultima 3.5: Pax Britannia.
No collage image this week; I just ran out of time.
Goldenflame Dragon has been experimenting with time in the engine for The Dark Unknown, his browser-based, tile-based, Ultima-inspired RPG.
What happens when someone who works for a GIS software company decides to model Britannia in some pro-grade geographical software? Only good things.
A real grab-bag of links this week. Hey, did you know that Supergiant Games’ Greg Kasavin is an Ultima Dragon?
PC Gamer has a bit of fun at Ultima’s expense.
There’s a copy of Akalabeth for sale on eBay. This time, though, it isn’t a fake.
If you’re on Google+ and an Ultima Dragon, why not join the new UDIC Community there?
Goldenflame Dragon has stamped out an issue with light sources in his Ultima-inspired game, The Dark Unknown, that had previously been plaguing him.
Dr. Cat, who should be known to most Ultima fans, has launched a Kickstarter to help fund his next game, Furcadia: The Second Dreaming.
Has anyone seen or heard from Mike Marcelais (Moonstone Dragon) recently?
Blu3vib3 has created a series of Ultima-inspired tarot cards.
The Ultima Dragons decided to have some election-year fun.