Category Archives: Gamer’s diary
Cataclysm – oldschool sphere-like shard with no-skillcap and a lot of interesting features. My first impressions is positive, I like this shard, it feels very close to golden sphere era. But:
Just an advice for a guys who just moved from RS to UO: I also play RS and could advice you to find server without skillcap – it would be very close to RS experience. There you could level all … Continue reading
UO Second Age (http://www.uosecondage.com/) – a classic, free to play Ultima Online shard.
UO:Renaissance (http://www.uorenaissance.com/) is an Ultima Online free-shard, based on Renaissance era mechanics, without the influences of Trammel.
Rel Por (http://relporuo.com/) – is a new take on “classic era” Ultima Online. The core elements of oldschool UO are intact: crafting, housing, dungeons, guilds, player killers, thieves.
I’m old UO player. I started at 1999 at classic OSI severs (Atlantic, Drachenfels, Catskills, Europe) then went to Siege Perilous (2003). Also I played at loads of free shards, especially at period from 2001 till 2004. From time to … Continue reading
So, guys Its time to make a break to the game. I was killed by somebody – don’t wanna mention his name to make it famous Interesting how they got me – I was behind 2 walls with floors and 1 additional … Continue reading
SotA – MMO and solo experience 1) MMORPG is about competition… a lot. 2) Competition = each player want to get more resources than others. 3) Currently solo gaming gives player more resources than in online mode – you could … Continue reading
NetHack is a totally free hack’n’slash single-player major roguelike video game originally released in 1987. It is a descendant of an earlier game called Hack (1985), which is a descendant of Rogue (1980). It is a multiplatform game, and runs … Continue reading
[to game developers] Youtuber at your service! I would be glad to make ‘first impression’ stream for your game!
Hi ho! This is suggestion to roguelike and game developers in general. I’m mainly play MMORPG games and I’m not biggest expert in roguelikes, but I enjoy this genre for a long time. I’ve tried NetHack ~ 20 years ago; … Continue reading