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Postby Victorkm » Tue Sep 25, 2007 12:10 pm UTC

sillybear25 wrote:
Beetlesworth wrote:Thought i'd make a contribution - there's bound to be someone on here somewhere who'd like it.

This is a Discworld MUD, runs either from a browser based Java Client which is really quite small or you can download a specific program. Personally, i've had some trouble getting into it, there's quite a steep learning curve but i'm pretty sure that it'll be quite fun once i get past that. :P

If anyone's remotley interested I'm Beetlesworth, and I think i'm in Lancre at the moment.


I am also in this game. I'm a Privy Cleaner of the Ankh-Morpork Castle guard. My name is Siklroz. finger me. (that's not even close to as dirty as it sounds...)


I've got a level 177 or so Assassin named Elaric and a level 70 or so Smuggler named Viktir(300+ stealing on a smuggler booyah)

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Postby no-genius » Sat Sep 29, 2007 6:58 am UTC

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bbctol wrote:This is a truly awesome game. Two guys playing a platform game. In real life. In a game. A self-referential puzzle updated weekly.

Hot damn that's hard.


It's not too bad I guess... but I'm only on level 3

Edit: damn, I lost a guy!
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Postby fjafjan » Sun Sep 30, 2007 12:20 am UTC

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Just shoot away the falling astroids and live as long as you can. I've made it to about 524 seconds, a friend has made it to the 630 range.

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Postby Saturn » Sun Sep 30, 2007 10:42 pm UTC

I love this game. :>

When you get about this high, you start hitting 3500 / bell. Something like that. This was like, a week ago.

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I am looking for a game, though. It's similar to a tower defense game. Theres your castle, and then your enemy castle. And you are a badass archer that does a crapton of damage to other people. You can get special arrows and special members of your army to fight the computer army. And it takes a good long while to play. I have not really checked this thread to see, but I'm just wondering if anybody has played it / has it saved. I don't remember the name of it. :(

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Postby theonemephisto » Mon Oct 01, 2007 1:14 am UTC

Saturn wrote:I am looking for a game, though. It's similar to a tower defense game. Theres your castle, and then your enemy castle. And you are a badass archer that does a crapton of damage to other people. You can get special arrows and special members of your army to fight the computer army. And it takes a good long while to play. I have not really checked this thread to see, but I'm just wondering if anybody has played it / has it saved. I don't remember the name of it. :(

You're probably talking about bowmaster prelude, http://www.lostvectors.com/prelude/index.html.

And a game I got into recently is the Line Game. http://kongregate.com/games/EverybodyPanic/line-game

Going for high scores on that thing is absolutely addictive. I've got my total mouse time down to 84.9 now, and I'm just starting to get tired of it. I've literally spent hours trying to shave 1-2 seconds off of my total time.

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Postby Clumpy » Sat Oct 06, 2007 6:15 am UTC

I found this bizarre Mongolian Death Worm simulator that I've been playing all night (in between trying to understand Dwarf Fortress). It's like one of the worms from "Dune", except it's you.

Just try it:

http://clumpy.blogspot.com/2007/10/bow-to-death-worm.html

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Postby zed0 » Sat Oct 06, 2007 2:34 pm UTC

Mad Giraffe wrote:人生オワタ\(^o^)/の大冒険 - Extremely difficult japanese ASCII game, remniscient of Another World and Megaman. Still haven't beaten it.
Arrow keys and z, x.


This game is awesome, I can only get to the big death star thing though :(

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Postby Rodan » Sun Oct 14, 2007 11:56 pm UTC

bbctol wrote:Flash Portal!

Danke Danke! I have dreamed of this!
EDIT: um... could someone tell me if I can turn it off without losing my level?

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Postby Joshmonster » Mon Oct 15, 2007 10:53 pm UTC

http://www.travian.com
I did a search and the only reference to Travian was in an intro thread, so hopefully I didn't miss the obvious gigantic thread about it. :oops:
This game is a much simpler browser based version of civilization. You can spend a couple minutes a day or many hours building up your village. With the ultimate goal of forging a strong alliance and building wonders of the world.
The newest US server just opened a few weeks ago so no one is too far ahead. The address for that server is s1.travian.us
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Postby Ended » Tue Oct 16, 2007 10:55 pm UTC

Rodan wrote:
bbctol wrote:Flash Portal!

Danke Danke! I have dreamed of this!
EDIT: um... could someone tell me if I can turn it off without losing my level?

I exited my browser and didn't lose my level.

Also, 35 is annoying.
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Postby Rodan » Tue Oct 16, 2007 11:04 pm UTC

35 is easy... 36, however...

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Postby Ended » Tue Oct 16, 2007 11:38 pm UTC

And 38 is seriously buggy, the boxes keep falling back to their start positions and I have to restart the level :?

edt: woo, finally finished.
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Postby knight427 » Wed Oct 17, 2007 5:21 pm UTC

Joshmonster wrote:http://www.travian.com
I did a search and the only reference to Travian was in an intro thread, so hopefully I didn't miss the obvious gigantic thread about it. :oops:
This game is a much simpler browser based version of civilization. You can spend a couple minutes a day or many hours building up your village. With the ultimate goal of forging a strong alliance and building wonders of the world.
The newest US server just opened a few weeks ago so no one is too far ahead. The address for that server is s1.travian.us
Enjoy!


I just joned, so I am very small. I hope to start an allince and would like it to be founded by xkcd members. Anyone else playing?
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Postby George Orr » Thu Oct 18, 2007 6:09 am UTC

Eh, I tried Travian a while ago when I was really bored, but I was fairly underwhelmed by it. I play Ogame myself, and Travian seemed to offer little that Ogame didn't. It had cheesier graphics along with a less skill-based combat system. But then again, these kind of games really are all about the community, so if a bunch of XKCD-ers are in it, it could be fun.
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Postby knight427 » Thu Oct 18, 2007 1:15 pm UTC

George Orr wrote:Eh, I tried Travian a while ago when I was really bored, but I was fairly underwhelmed by it. I play Ogame myself, and Travian seemed to offer little that Ogame didn't. It had cheesier graphics along with a less skill-based combat system. But then again, these kind of games really are all about the community, so if a bunch of XKCD-ers are in it, it could be fun.


It could be a trial run for xkcd taking over the world.

I just realized that I am playing on Server 4, not Server 1 as recommended by Joshmonster. If others are interested, I will start over, but we all should choose the same map region.
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Postby The Cosmic Fool » Sun Oct 21, 2007 8:40 am UTC

http://www.cybernations.net is good for when you want something to do for a few minutes each day.
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Postby Aleril » Tue Oct 23, 2007 10:03 pm UTC

The Cosmic Fool wrote:http://www.cybernations.net is good for when you want something to do for a few minutes each day.


Yea, I do a similar thing except without war called "Nationstates"

I find it fun.

I also play Inselkampf, which is a simple base game.
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Postby BoomFrog » Thu Oct 25, 2007 7:40 am UTC

zed0 wrote:
Mad Giraffe wrote:人生オワタ\(^o^)/の大冒険 - Extremely difficult japanese ASCII game, remniscient of Another World and Megaman. Still haven't beaten it.
Arrow keys and z, x.


This game is awesome, I can only get to the big death star thing though :(


Evil and sadistic, everything is a trap! Except the hoverboard you get for beating the "deathstar" I think he is a huge sand ball? But then I died from a glitch and was quite annoyed. If you get the hoverboard and go above the first screen don't try to go off screen to the right, it killed me for no reason.

edit: After the "deathstar" the rest of the game seems to be under construction.
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Mad Giraffe wrote:人生オワタ\(^o^)/の大冒険 - Extremely difficult japanese ASCII game, remniscient of Another World and Megaman. Still haven't beaten it.
Arrow keys and z, x.


O, S, F and N make the character pose.
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Postby Owijad » Fri Oct 26, 2007 2:13 am UTC

Victorkm wrote:
sillybear25 wrote:
Beetlesworth wrote:Thought i'd make a contribution - there's bound to be someone on here somewhere who'd like it.

This is a Discworld MUD, runs either from a browser based Java Client which is really quite small or you can download a specific program. Personally, i've had some trouble getting into it, there's quite a steep learning curve but i'm pretty sure that it'll be quite fun once i get past that. :P

If anyone's remotley interested I'm Beetlesworth, and I think i'm in Lancre at the moment.


I am also in this game. I'm a Privy Cleaner of the Ankh-Morpork Castle guard. My name is Siklroz. finger me. (that's not even close to as dirty as it sounds...)


I've got a level 177 or so Assassin named Elaric and a level 70 or so Smuggler named Viktir(300+ stealing on a smuggler booyah)



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Postby Joshmonster » Mon Oct 29, 2007 11:19 pm UTC

knight427 wrote:
George Orr wrote:Eh, I tried Travian a while ago when I was really bored, but I was fairly underwhelmed by it. I play Ogame myself, and Travian seemed to offer little that Ogame didn't. It had cheesier graphics along with a less skill-based combat system. But then again, these kind of games really are all about the community, so if a bunch of XKCD-ers are in it, it could be fun.


It could be a trial run for xkcd taking over the world.

I just realized that I am playing on Server 4, not Server 1 as recommended by Joshmonster. If others are interested, I will start over, but we all should choose the same map region.

I am actually only on s4 now. What region are you in?

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Postby Vengeful Donut » Tue Oct 30, 2007 2:50 am UTC

I dont know how many of you have played Dwarf Fortress, but the new version is out. The one with 3d, fluids, and gear assemblies.
Apparently some people are going to be building water computers in it.

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Postby SecondTalon » Fri Nov 02, 2007 6:45 pm UTC

Not really a game.. or even really interactive. Just a clock. With music. And Japanese girls.
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Postby Blatm » Fri Nov 02, 2007 10:25 pm UTC

SecondTalon wrote:Not really a game.. or even really interactive. Just a clock. With music. And Japanese girls.


...:shock:?

Also, their "skirts" are neat. They aren't actually skirts, they're shorts that look like skirts. I didn't know that.

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Postby Ended » Sat Nov 03, 2007 1:12 am UTC

Blatm wrote:
SecondTalon wrote:Not really a game.. or even really interactive. Just a clock. With music. And Japanese girls.


...:shock:?

' :shock: ' indeed.

And yet...strangely mesmerising.
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Postby Zohar » Sat Nov 03, 2007 9:33 am UTC

Ended wrote:
Blatm wrote:
SecondTalon wrote:Not really a game.. or even really interactive. Just a clock. With music. And Japanese girls.


...:shock:?

' :shock: ' indeed.

And yet...strangely mesmerising.

Incredibly addictive...
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Postby SecondTalon » Sun Nov 04, 2007 5:01 am UTC

For the record, if you've got dual monitors and download the screensaver, while the clock is obviously sync'd (and local time) on each monitor, and the action shots happen at the same time... I've yet to see the same shot on both monitors.

And they go to sleep at night (I think 00:00:00-03:00:00 is sleeptime, but I'm not 100% sure on the times)
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Postby Col. Mustard » Fri Nov 09, 2007 3:39 pm UTC

http://www.hobowars.com/1002013/

Fun browser based game kind of similar to urban dead. I've been playing for a couple months now.
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Postby Perfect Illusion » Mon Nov 12, 2007 7:18 am UTC

I posted this in art and links, but I thought it was also appropriate here.
Game I made! More details are in that other thread though, if you care :p

http://www.kongregate.com/games/SnowFlavored/fish-quest

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Postby PatrickRsGhost » Fri Nov 23, 2007 5:56 pm UTC

This Juggler is fairly hard. Try to keep the balls in the air as much as possible by moving the paddle with your mouse. It can be difficult.
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Postby Maseiken » Mon Nov 26, 2007 9:28 am UTC

BoomFrog wrote:
zed0 wrote:
Mad Giraffe wrote:人生オワタ\(^o^)/の大冒険 - Extremely difficult japanese ASCII game, remniscient of Another World and Megaman. Still haven't beaten it.
Arrow keys and z, x.


This game is awesome, I can only get to the big death star thing though :(


Evil and sadistic, everything is a trap! Except the hoverboard you get for beating the "deathstar" I think he is a huge sand ball? But then I died from a glitch and was quite annoyed. If you get the hoverboard and go above the first screen don't try to go off screen to the right, it killed me for no reason.

edit: After the "deathstar" the rest of the game seems to be under construction.

... I can't evem get past the first screen.
Although I discovered "s" makes you pose.
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Maseiken wrote:
BoomFrog wrote:
zed0 wrote:
Mad Giraffe wrote:人生オワタ\(^o^)/の大冒険 - Extremely difficult japanese ASCII game, remniscient of Another World and Megaman. Still haven't beaten it.
Arrow keys and z, x.


This game is awesome, I can only get to the big death star thing though :(


Evil and sadistic, everything is a trap! Except the hoverboard you get for beating the "deathstar" I think he is a huge sand ball? But then I died from a glitch and was quite annoyed. If you get the hoverboard and go above the first screen don't try to go off screen to the right, it killed me for no reason.

edit: After the "deathstar" the rest of the game seems to be under construction.

... I can't evem get past the first screen.
Although I discovered "s" makes you pose.


You can go to the right if you want...

just watch out for the giant bear...

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Postby Kayube » Sat Dec 01, 2007 5:53 am UTC

This is my new obsession. (It's not just a fun Flash game though... the game is a front for an ARG from Numb3rs.)

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Postby Delbin » Sun Dec 02, 2007 12:55 am UTC

Kayube wrote:This is my new obsession. (It's not just a fun Flash game though... the game is a front for an ARG from Numb3rs.)

Played that all day at work today. It's too random for me to find a good overall strategy. My best was something like 140,000 in powers mode.

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Postby Upsilon » Tue Dec 04, 2007 3:16 am UTC

Chopper Flyer

"Flier" is misspelled. Ignore that.

Press and hold the left mouse button to go up, release to go down, and try to avoid the walls. My best is about 1700.
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Postby no-genius » Tue Dec 04, 2007 1:48 pm UTC

Saturn wrote:I love this game. :>

When you get about this high, you start hitting 3500 / bell. Something like that. This was like, a week ago.

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oh look, a game where you are a rabbit and you jump on bells
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Postby i like pi » Tue Dec 04, 2007 8:41 pm UTC

a game called pawn (dont feel like finding the link, search "play pawn", its an online shooter.)
and thing thing
(pick a thing thing, thing thing, thing thing 2, thing thing arena, thing thing 3, thing thing arena 2.)
Or something to that effect. Hell, I don't know.


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