Pagan Games has produced a progress report reaffirming that they are continuing development of games such as Dafel: Bloodine, Scavengers and Magick. Dafel: Bloodine should be for release in a few months time.
To find out how the development of their games is going, read Pagan Game's Progress Report:-
We've been a bit quite lately as we restructure our business a little to
compensate for some new ideas in development and design, but now we're
back on target for some exciting game releases that will raise a few
It is inevitable that if you keep working at developing a project that
sooner rather than later, a product shall emerge. Pagan has been working
extremely hard on our 3 projects, Dafel: Bloodline, Scavengers and Magick,
games sure to raise the hairs on the back of your neck when you play them!
Being a group split up over several continents, development can be rather
slow and we appreciate your patience as we develop our ground breaking
Established in 1996, the Pagan group began a road to innovative design and
gameplay that we still abide by today. Formed by a band of freeware and
shareware developers skilled in the creation of game design and utility
creation, we pooled all our resources together and began our first
With our partner, Epic Marketing, who also share our philosophy, we have a
Worldwide distribution deal able to reach the far corners of the world
for Amiga and Mac game players alike.
Pagan Games is always on the look out for talented coders, designers,
artists and musicians. If you would like to work for a professional
company from the comfort of your own home and you feel you are up to our
high quality of development, then please don't hesiate to contact us.
Dafel: Bloodline Progress|
A few set backs before Christmas threw us off our schedule so we are a
little late in brining this classy retro style RPG to you. To help our
progress we have hired another in-game level designer. Our engine has been
ported to C for extra speed and portability while we wait on level design
to be completed.