This section contains both features and old "Hercules Meets" interviews. The latter are old interviews that Hercules did with ZZT/MZXers from 1998-2000. Different subjects pass the line here. Features are about certain subjects (such as a game soon to be released) and usually consist of an interview, some screenshots and background information. "Hercules Meets" interviews will no longer be added, but they have been archived here for history's sake. New features will probably still be added in the future. Both have been sorted by date (descending).
+ Tim Sweeney (November, 2000)
Hercules meets the creator of ZZT, Tim Sweeney, who is now a famous man in the gaming world because of projects like Unreal! Be sure to read this, because it is probably the most interesting interview ever posted on a ZZT-related site.
+ Parasite (December 1999)
Hercules meets up with the new and underrated ZZTer Parasite, who tells stuff about himself, his ZZT projects and more.
+ Luke Drelick (November 1999)
Luke and Herc meet up and talk about house music (2step, gabber, house in general, etc...), girls and the Millennium. A must-read for every ZZT/MZX house music fan.
+ Chronos (October 1999)
Hercules has a very interesting conversation with the ZZT oldbie Chronos, who talks about Chrono Wars, Duky Inc and more.
+ DoggyShop (April 1999)
DoggyShop (LightningBolt/Jasper Staal), an IF member of a long while ago, talks about his old upcoming title and more.
+ Red Peterson (January 1999)
Red Peterson, a new Duky Inc. member, tells about his upcoming side-scroller Adlo, which looks like it will be a great hit when it's released.
+ Jeff Conroy (October 1998)
Jeff Conroy tells all about his (now cancelled) upcoming MegaZeux RPG Merlin. Please note that this game is cancelled, and replaced by a title called Despayre.
+ Matt Williams (May 1998)
Matt Williams talks about the old days of Software Visions, mWorld, and his upcoming project Escape From The Farm.
+ Mike Sartin (April 1998)
Mike "Waka" Sartin talks about the merging of his "Shining Legend" with Clint Nielson's "Sivion MZX" into the new "Sivion: Visions of Eternity".