Category Archives: Site Development

Come here to find out what we have been doing to develop the site further.

Updates – End of 2013

With 2014 just around the corner, we wanted to post an update on some of the things we have been working on behind the scenes over the last few months. First and foremost, we would like to extend a welcome … Continue reading

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Improvements Incoming

With the Zim’s Gizmos network expanding and our services multiplying. We are in need of updates to the site. Hence we are working to do just that! We will have a new setup at some point in the near future … Continue reading

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On This Day of Ages Past

As some of you may notice at the bottom of the forums, Computer is now 2 years old as of today. Computer’s date of birth coincides with the first date of the original site, all the way back in 2009. … Continue reading

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New Image: Firest

Thanks to the talented Primus, we now have an image for the Firest race! It was drawn in GIMP using only a mouse! Please check out the Peoples of the Gizmos topic in the Gizian Records forum (Link to the … Continue reading

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New Class Ideas

We have new ideas for some classes in the Gizmos forum, these are just some basic ideas and very open to feedback, as all things are. Please check the Classes topic in the Gizmos forum.

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New Race: Arcwenta

This hot-tempered race of fox-like beings performs best one-on-one with their individual polearms! Check out their description now in the Peoples of the Gizmos topic!

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A Tribute to the Site’s Evolution

I’ve been thinking the last few days about how the site has progressed. It started about 2 years ago being hosted by a rather horrible called Titanic Host. Back then the pages were only done in HTML with nothing of … Continue reading

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