Shroud of the Avatar now sports the dynamic duo behind Ultima Online now that Starr Long has joined the Portalarium development team. The announcement was made during Garriott's keynote address during the RTX 2013 convention earlier this week.
Starr’s move to Portalarium comes after spending the last four years as executive producer at The Walt Disney Company where he oversaw the Disney Interactive studio responsible for Pirates of the Caribbean Online, Pixie Hollow and Toontown. While there he was the executive producer of the Disney Parent App on Facebook, eight learning mini games in Club Penguin (including Pufflescape, the second most popular mini-game in that virtual world), Club Penguin mobile, five Disney Connected Learning games on iOS (ranked in the top 5 educational games) and the Disney Connected Learning platform.
Find out more on the Shroud of the Avatar KickStarter page.