exult - an engine for running Ultima VII
Exult is an engine built for running Ultima VII. It started its life as
a map-browser for Ultima VII and has evolved from there, thanks to the
open source-model and contributions of time and code from many people.
You cannot use Exult without game data files. At present, the only
finished games are Origin’s Ultima VII: The Black Gate and Ultima VII,
Part 2: The Serpent Isle. In any case, both Ultima VII’s are some of
the best computer Role-Playing-Games made to date. Check your local
computer dealer’s bargain bin or an online auction site. Ultima VII can
still be purchased for only a few dollars. Run out and buy it!
There is a world editor available to create your own games: Exult
Studio. Check the exult homepage (URL below) for more information.
Show the available command-line options
Display (detailed) Exult version information
Specify an alternate configuration file to load
--bg Skip the main Exult menu and run Black Gate
--si Skip the main Exult menu and run Serpent Isle
Skip the game menu for BG/SI
Create a fullsize map of the current gameworld. If type = 0,
paint all roofs. If type = 0, skip second-floor roofs. If type =
2, don’t paint any roofs. You also need to specify --bg or --si.
Skip the CRC check of the .flx datafiles. Only use this if you
modified them yourself without recompiling exult
See the README supplied with exult for information on this (Note: you
NEED this configuration file to set up and run the game).
For more help and information with exult go to:
Ultima itself remains the property of Origin Systems, Inc. Ultima VII
(The Black Gate) is copyright Origin Systems, Inc. Ultima VII (The
Serpent Isle) is copyright Origin Systems, Inc. The Exult Team is in no
way affiliated with Origin Systems, Inc., Electronic Arts, and those
companies probably neither know nor care about Exult. Don’t go bugging
them if you have problems. Bug the Exult Team instead.
There are always bugs. Please report them at:
(be sure to mention information about your operating system, and
which version of exult you are running)
The Exult Team
July 22, 2003 exult(6)