- Also turns out that another campaign, Out for Blood, was released in August. So hop to that too!
Gideon (talk) 01:50, 10 May 2019 (BST): So the remaster is officially out under the title of Blood: Fresh Supply. It is only available for Microsoft Windows on day one, so not an instant buy for me. Also been hearing some mixed things about it; Gmanlives likes it, but Daedalus has posted several complaints over on Altar of Stone. Quite a bit of controversy about them merging the old GOG store page into the new one as well, though at least the DOS version is still included as an extra (so you can still use it for BloodGDX or NBlood). Feeling rather conflicted about all of this at the moment.
Gideon (talk) 02:57, 22 February 2019 (GMT): Maybe if we had not been in the depths of one of the worst cold snaps in twenty years I might have gotten to this more promptly, but NBlood was released last week. This means not only do we have more options to play the game, but we actually have source code this time to go along with it. Your move now NightDive...
Gideon (talk) 20:09, 8 December 2018 (GMT): Hold on to your hats folks, but it looks like it is official. Atari has granted Night Dive Studios, who have previously mentioned interest, a license to produce a remaster of the original Blood. Releases for GOG and Steam are mentioned, but no word yet on platforms. It will be developed by Samuel "Kaiser" Villarreal with features from his Kex Engine, seemingly birthed from his earlier Blood EX work. Support for Steamworks and GOG Galaxy is mentioned. Will have to see how this develops.
Tchernobog (talk) 05:48, 14 September 2018 (UTC): While a little late to the party, with two of our administrators working hard extracting honey, and another working overtime recieving it (not to mention finding the time to haul 400 square bales of hay in a day) we have nonetheless finally gotten around to uploading our Shogo: MAD 20th anniversary banner for September.
Gideon (talk) 18:27, 23 June 2018 (UTC): Late to the party, as always, but back in March the legendary Ken Silverman released an unfinished prototype of a successor to the Build engine he worked on between 2006 to 2011 called Build2. All in conjunction with CuteFloor doing a video in detail on it. Fascinating.
Tchernobog (talk) 18:32, 28 February 2018 (UTC): Ion Maiden, a new Build engine FPS game from 3D Realms, now has a preview campaign available in Early Access with more to follow. Reminds one of old fashioned Shareware does it not? More information on the game can be found from the Ion Maiden page on 3D Realm's website as well as on GOG.com and Steam.