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ost online gamers would sell their grandmother to get a hold of their favorite massively multiplayer (MM) title. The addictive multiplayer genre has continually been at the height of gaming popularity since the introduction of multiuser dungeons and networked personal computers. Today, MM titles such as Verant's awe-inspiring EverQuest are remaking the addictive virtual worlds with cutting-edge visuals and role-playing adventures, attracting a new breed of online gamer. Whether we like it or not, MMs are the Internet's answer to addictive drugs and are reshaping the way we play online. TEXTBOX: TEXTBOX_HEAD: How we tested Hardware Processor: Pentium II Celeron 566 MHz, overclocked to 700 MHz Memory: 128 Meg RAM, Mass storage: Western Digital, 15 gig Platform Operating System: Red Hat Linux 6.1 Kernel: 2.2.14 :END_TEXTBOX Ultima Online (UO), in my humble opinion, was t... (more)

WorldForge: The open source answer to EverQuest

Most online gamers would sell their grandmother to get a hold of their favorite massively multiplayer (MM) title. The addictive multiplayer genre has continually been at the height of gaming popularity since the introduction of multiuser dungeons and networked personal computers. Today, MM titles such as Verant's awe-inspiring EverQuest are remaking the addictive virtual worlds with cutting-edge visuals and role-playing adventures, attracting a new breed of online gamer. Whether we like it or not, MMs are the Internet's answer to addictive drugs and are reshaping the way we play ... (more)

MindRover comes to Linux

How we tested Hardware Processor: Pentium II Celeron 566-MHz, overclocked to 700-MHz Memory: 128 MB RAM Mass storage: Western Digital 15-GB drive Platform Operating System: Red Hat 6.1 Kernel: Unmodified 2.2.14 Testing Methods Software: Configuration/Methods: Cognitoy's debut release has caught many in the PC gaming industry by surprise. The combination of independent, programmable vehicles and challenging puzzles has proven to be a successful game play partnership on the Windows platform. With a company name that embodies thinking (cogni, or cognition) Cognitoy's MindRover: The Euro... (more)