Monday, February 07, 2005
Thanks to Shannon Dwyer and the rest of Michael O'Connel's crew for finding another good crash bug in Anacreon. Download the latest version for a fix.
Thursday, December 16, 2004
2.1c fixes a bad bug that was causing corruption when saving games. The problem was that I didn't handle the case where a player named someone else's construction and later that construction was completed. The name was left pointing to an invalid construction and the game structures became corrupt. Thanks to Michael O'Connell for finding this bug.
Download 2.1c to fix the problem.
Sunday, December 12, 2004
I've just added an appendix to the Anacreon Reference Manual that describes the scenario file format implemented in version 2.0 and 2.1. The new appendix describes all of the commands, including the fancy text descriptions used by The Nebula. More...
Sunday, November 21, 2004
Anacreon 2.1b fixes problems with losing the connection while uploading. If you are having problems uploading, please upgrade to this new release.
Friday, November 05, 2004
Anacreon 2.1 is here! If you've been playing games by email, then this is the version for you. Anacreon now includes an online service so that you can play with anyone in the world. More...
Updated: Version 2.1a fixes some bugs in 2.1, including a problem with garbage in the chat screen.
Sunday, September 19, 2004
Anacreon 2.0i includes new features for turn-taking, multiplayer games on a Local Area Network (LAN). When save files are placed on a shared drive, Anacreon automatically locks the file in use to prevent multiple players from playing simultaneously. More...
Tuesday, August 17, 2004
The latest version of Anacreon fixes various bugs reported by players. In particular, this new version fixes some usability problems when using fortresses and command bases and fixes a serious crash bug during attack. In addition, this new version allows scenarios to be created with more trillum reserves than previous version. Download Anacreon 2.0h to get these fixes and more. Consult the Version History page for a full list of changes.
Friday, May 07, 2004
A galaxy in ruins. A civilization torn asunder. And here and there, the powerful, the cunning, the ruthless, rise up to build an empire out of the ashes of a nuclear holocaust.
After more than fifteen years as a classic character-mode game, Anacreon has been rewritten for Windows. This new version of Anacreon features a modern and intuitive user interface, but it retains all of the depth and detail that make it a challenging game of galactic conquest. More...