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Well I didn't quite make Christmas... But I did get it done in 2020! Realms of Antiquity: The Shattered Crown is now released! Digital edition is available immediately, collector's editions are in pre-order and will ship late January/early February. I've put together a website for it here, you'll find links to the store to purchase it on the product page: http://quixotic.adamantyr.com/ If you have questions, check the FAQ on my website for answers, and post here if you can't find what you need. I'll update the FAQ accordingly! Excelsior! Time to see how long before I have to release a new build...
I'm replaying the original Wizardry games - this time via the Llylgamyn saga version released for the Super Famicom. Having a surprising amount of fun, I never really had the patience as a kid to play the games "properly." It has the nice graphics and music of the NES versions (upgraded to kind of 16-bit) and the Dumapic spell works as an automap rather than just giving coordinates (once I refill my mechanical pencil, I hope to not rely on it as much.) It includes the original trilogy of games although I'm not sure how transferring characters works (the NES version of Wizardry Knight of Diamonds was rebalanced towards starting at level 1 rather than requiring an imported party from Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord - don't know if that still is true here, but it has some kind of data transfer functionality in it.) When people say it's the best way to replay the original trilogy (if you don't demand the authenticity of the Apple II version, that is) they're not kidding. For those who remember tips for the game, one of my fighters just reached the attributes necessary to switch to samurai. Is this something I want to do immediately or let them grind out fighter levels for a while still? I know my spellcasters I want to let build up a healthy reservoir of spells known before switching, but my melee types?
The 6502 Workshop team is thrilled to announce that 8-bit RPG Nox Archaist has been released! Journey with us back in time to the 1980s an experience an adventure inspired by classics like Ultima and Bard's Tale. Lord British himself has traveled to Vali, the world of Nox Archaist, to help thee on thy quest! Game Trailer https://youtu.be/zeMIDv7xYr0 We would love to put a collector's edition box in your hands, featuring cover art by Denis Loubet, or set you up with the Digital Edition. Collector's edition includes: *Game box with full color art *Printed manual (cover painting by Denis Loubet) *Cloth map *Coin of the Realm *More! Available to order now!