News archive May 2003

Ultima news: Redemption updates
May 19th 2003, by Hacki Dragon

Ultima 9: Redemption has moved to a new address:

There are some updates there as well.

Ultima news: Music
May 13th 2003, by Hacki Dragon

There is some new Ultima music for you to download: Remixes by Steven Keys.

The songs are saved in .ogg format. You can play them without any trouble in the latest version of Winamp 3 or Winamp 2.91.

Ultima news: Ask the king
May 12th 2003, by Hacki Dragon

Gamestar, a popular German computer games magazine, has started a gamers question event. In short, you can send them questions they’ll then ask Richard Garriott.

If you can’t speak German, visit the corresponding thread on the Exult Forum, where Trevor Clim has kindly offered to translate any questions for you.

Garriott’s answers will be released on Gamestar’s website or in the magazine.

Nitpick news: Ultima 6, Ultima 7, and open questions
May 11th 2003, by Hacki Dragon

New nitpicks for Ultima 6, Ultima 7, and open questions.

Website news: New poll
May 10th 2003, by Hacki Dragon

The previous poll gave us a clear result: Either you can translate only Britannic runes or none at all.

How good are you with runic languages in Ultima?
1. I can decipher Britannian runes without a translation chart: 55%
2. I can’t translate any of these myself, I’m not that geeky: 41%
3. I can decipher Ophidian runes without a translation chart: 2%
4. I can decipher Gargish runes without a translation chart: 2%

The new poll is about virtues...

Nitpick news: An update, finally
May 9th 2003, by Hacki Dragon

It’s been a long time (a very long time, to be exact), but now it’s finally done: Many, many new nitpicks. Enjoy 50 new ones:

  • Britain
  • Moonglow
  • Valoria
  • Skara Brae
  • Lord British’s Castle
  • Open questions
  • Flora and Fauna
  • Journal
  • Ultima 4
  • Ultima 5
  • Ultima 6
  • Ultima 7
  • Ultima 7 Serpent Isle
  • Underworld 1
  • Underworld 2
  • Savage Empire
  • Martian Dreams

Note that I have divived the former category “Terfin and open questions” into two parts: Terfin and open questions.

Additionally, I’ve fixed a large number of small issues with the site - it should now generally work better, be more comfortable to read, and be easier to use.

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