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Realms of Antiquity has Rolled Out on Steam

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Realms of Antiquity has Rolled Out on Steam

Game News - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Mon 22 March 2021, 12:41:38

Tags: Quixotic Software; Realms of Antiquity: The Shattered Crown

Realms of Antiquity has been released on Steam with the asking price of $20US. The retro RPG from Quixotic Software apparently is written to run on the TI-99/4A and comes with a wrapper for the PC using Classic99. Normally I wouldn't post something that's not specifically PC specific, but it's the first time I've seen something like this for such an old computer and for sale on a PC platform. Anyway, here's a trailer and some information:



Enter a massive sprawling world of wild forests, frozen plains, misty mountains, scorched deserts, and endless oceans. Explore cities, towns and villages to rest and recover as well as buy equipment. Talk to sages, warriors, peasants and sovereigns to aid you in your quest. Sail the open seas or pilot boats up rivers. Descend into dark dungeons, castle ruins, and mysterious places to find treasure, fight evil, and locate powerful relics.

Do you have what it takes to save the Realms of Antiquity?


That's really crazy. It looks a lot like the original Ultima games which were never available on the TI-99/4A. In fact, if I recall correctly, that computer only had 16k of RAM with the Extended BASIC Cartridge doubling as a memory expansion of a whopping 4k additional memory.

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