Last update: 04. 10. 2005
This is a small selection of websites related and unrelated to Ork:
Ork-Homepages (in German):
Mailinglist for Ork. I
recommend to subscribe to this list for any active Ork player. It is the official announcement medium.
Sascha Adams and Jan Helge Zeysing have written a program to assist Ork players.
It needs Windows and helps with the authoring of the orders. It is the inofficial standard.
Up to now it is only available in German.
Links to other games per email:
Magie - I never played this game, but I look enviously at the screen shots.
Firetop Mountain - A
very simple pbem (in English). Two wizards are gesturing with both hands and
try to outwit one another.
PBem-Seiten - A swiss website concerning pbem-games.
- A website concerning pbem-games in English.
Other game- or fantasy-related links:
online - Former "KMWs Spielplatz", the websitze of Knut-Michael
Wolf, the former chief editor of the Pöppelrevue (that being the standard
of all German game magazines). Everybody who wants to know something about
games besides pbem should visit this site.
Brettspielwelt - An incredible website, if you want
to play online against other humans games like "Puerto Rico" or
"Funkenschlag (Power Grid)".
Ancient Domains of Mystery
- a website concerning a roguelike game named ADOM.
The General -
Website of a quite good freeware strategy game (in English). At first it
seems to be a risk clone, but that is not the case. The rules are simple
(but explained very confusedly). The highlight is the rather good AI.
Generator by Johan Danforth - An interesting name generator for
fantasy-names. I used it to generate the prenames for bit-orcs.
Underdogs - a website concerning old and out-dated games. You can
download forgotten gems there, like "Balance of Power" or
"Elite Plus", games, which are public domain or freeware now.
Pegasus Mail -
The best freeware mail program around.
remixes of PC-game soundtracks - Some remixes are not more than of
average quality, but some are wonderful. I recommend "Master of
Magic" and "We Build We Die".
running page - my German website about one of the simplest action a human
being can perform: running. Of course I wrote a program for it (or better:
for recording training units).