GemRB is a portable open-source implementation of Bioware's Infinity Engine. It was written to support pseudo-3D role playing games based on the Dungeons & Dragons ruleset (Baldur's Gate and Icewind Dale series, Planescape: Torment).
With a slight delay of several months, we bring you the first release where you can finish PST, the engine nightmare! To make it even sweeter, iwd2 levelup was implemented along with a score of related bits and pieces. Of course it also includes an assorted array of fixes and tweaks benefiting other games too.
For the details, try GemRB yourself or check the linked changelog for some highlights.
The Wheels of Prophecy is a mod for Baldur's Gate II and Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition by DavidW, author of Sword Coast Stratagems I and II. The mod adds new content, dialog and roleplaying options to the Throne of Bhaal expansion. It makes only minor changes to the main storyline but allows the player to interact with that storyline in a much more non-linear way. Version 4 adds a French translation courtesy of Mornagest (of the d'Oghmatiques).
Return of the Evil Majordomo! Lady Delcia's ghost! Answers from Alianna and Gorion! A SECRET adversary! Angry succubi and more!
There is a new mod in town!
Do you want to see Gorion again? Talk to your mother? Return to Nalia's castle, thwart the plans ot the Evil Majordomo, solve little people's problems, fight demons and meet a surprisingly candid antagonist who also keeps voluminous diaries?
Then Reunion is the mod for you! It starts in Amkethran, in Chapter 9 of the Throne of Bhaal, when Nalia de'Arnise approaches you with distressing news. The de'Arnise Keep is once again in danger, and Nalia and her people need your help. This Throne of Bhaal adventure brings you toe-to-toe with a mysterious attacker, and gives you a chance to ask some tough questions of at least a couple of your parents. The perfect BG2 stocking stuffer.
Afaaq, the Djinni Companion is a mod for BG2 and BG2:EE, and now also for IWD:EE. It features the djinni Afaaq, a unique travelling companion who joins the party as your "seventh party member" and provides interesting dialogs, lots of quests and several new areas or area expansions.
The IWD:EE component installs the djinni without individual quests or storylines, similar to the "Light Version" for BG2. You can "acquire" the djinni somewhere in Dragon's Eye and have the opportunity to upgrade his powers during your "Heart of Winter" adventures or somewhere in Lower Dorn's Deep.