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Card and board games at Intersections

Post by Dot Matrix » Sun Mar 22, 2020 10:34 am

https://www.kitely.com/virtual-world/Do ... ersections

If you're at a loose end and stuck at home, why not arrange to meet up with friends in Intersections and play some board or card games?

Click the telehubs (the things emitting blue/purple smoke) to choose among the different areas, then click it again to teleport there.

Inside the Lodge are tables for Chess (2 players), Draughts/Checkers (2 players), Ludo (2-4 players -- upstairs), Spades (4 players -- out the back), as well as a comfy area by the fire for chatting.

On TMP Isle is another Spades table and a place for chatting round a campfire. (TMP stands for The Meeting Place, an online group that started back in 2003 in the first incarnation of Uru Live.)

The Spades table was coded by Morgon Lundqvist. The other games tables were created by the RezMela team.
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Re: Card and board games at Intersections

Post by Graham Mills » Sun Mar 22, 2020 4:07 pm

Lovely idea. Thank-you, Dot.
Dot Matrix wrote:
Sun Mar 22, 2020 10:34 am
https://www.kitely.com/virtual-world/Do ... ersections

If you're at a loose end and stuck at home, why not arrange to meet up with friends in Intersections and play some board or card games?

Click the telehubs (the things emitting blue/purple smoke) to choose among the different areas, then click it again to teleport there.

Inside the Lodge are tables for Chess (2 players), Draughts/Checkers (2 players), Ludo (2-4 players -- upstairs), Spades (4 players -- out the back), as well as a comfy area by the fire for chatting.

On TMP Isle is another Spades table and a place for chatting round a campfire. (TMP stands for The Meeting Place, an online group that started back in 2003 in the first incarnation of Uru Live.)

The Spades table was coded by Morgon Lundqvist. The other games tables were created by the RezMela team.
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