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Hot Sites and Tools for Gaming Worlds
Gamecenter.com features terrific news, reviews and insights into
the gaming world industry as well as plenty of demo versions of
games. Check it out at: http://www.gamecenter.com.
Another great source of links to games is Happy Puppy at http://www.happypuppy.com/.
Games Domain at http://www.gamesdomain.co.uk/
from the UK has mirrors all over Europe, Russia and South Africa
GameSpot is a truly great site for demos and reviews of all the
games you can think of. See http://gamespot.com/.
Outland features multi-player gaming for the Mac at: http://www.outland.com/.
Outland, the original Internet
Find the Virtus 3D Quake level editing system which provides real-time,
3D visualization and a drag and drop interfaces to build your
own Quake worlds at: http://www.virtus.com
Total Entertainment Network provides networking services to play
dozens of games over the Interent at: http://www.ten.net/.
Mpath interactive provides MPlayer for multi-user gameplay at:
Dwango is a networked "gaming village" which offers
servers providing low latency networked access to a large number
of games. Find it at: http://www.dwango.com/enter.html.
The Cave of Madness is an experiment in gaming in VRML, see: http://www.ids-net.com/ids/cave2/cave.html.
NewFire at http://www.newfire.com/
provides fast VRML browsers that let VRML worlds be built for
bona fide action and simulation games. Visit them and see if you