The official Microsoft Surface blog published the second half of its interview with one of the CMU students working on SurfaceScapes, the Dungeons & Dragons virtual tabletop gaming application, and with the Q&A shared a video demonstrating the team's progress adapting the pen and paper RPG for the large multi-touch screen after an extra eight weeks of work.

Some of the improvements you'll see here since the first demonstration clip posted last October include support for story slides, action points, adding new players in between battles, NPC miniatures, and more. The video also shows the Dungeon Master's interface on a separate laptop.

At the end of the video, the CMU group hints that they plan to show off more of SurfaceScapes at PAX East next March.

[Via Kotaku]