Alganon 2.0 has officially launched according to an announcement released by the game's developer Quest Online.
The feature list for Alganon's re-launch on April 28th are now available on the incredibly sparse transitional official Alganon website.
Quest Online has released images of Alganon's new logo as well as new screenshots of the game's freshened up new look.
MMORPG.com's Garrett Fuller recently spoke with Quest Online's Derek Smart about the new direction that the game has taken since his arrival.
When the folks from Quest Online asked us to take another look at Alganon because of the recent changes that it has undergone, we sent the original reviewer Jaime Skelton back into the game for another look around.
Former Quest Online President David Allen is finally weighing in on the Alganon brouhaha that his surrounded has departure from the company, including comments made by his successor Derek Smart.
The Derek Smart / David Allen Alganon saga continues, this time over in the comments section of a news story on the whole fiasco over at Gamasutra.
MMORPG.com's Bill Murphy takes a look at the recent furor over at Quest Online's Alganon and talks about how the game may have tried too hard to look and feel like Blizzard's MMO giant, World of Warcraft.
The folks at Quest Online have decided to chart a different course for Alganon, opting to switch from a subscription based business model to a "subscription free" model. The key difference between "subscription free" and straight up "free-to-play" is that Quest Online is still requiring new users purchase the full game in order to play.