Hello all, SciWorld is this Saturday. We have a wonderful day of events lined up for you. We’ll be kicking off at 2:30pm London time, aka 9:30am New York time, aka 6:30am Los Angeles time.
Please visit sciworldonline.com for links to the chat room. We’ll also be posting the full schedule there.
We have two prime spots open smack dab in the middle of the convention at 6 and 7pm London time, aka 1 and 2pm New York time, aka 10 and 11am Los Angeles time. If you are interested in hosting an event during either slot, please let me know.
See you at SciWorld!
I regret to inform you that SciWorld is being postponed. We are working to reschedule and I hope you will be available and willing to attend in the future. I will keep you posted as things progress. Read More
This post is a part of Senile Rapture, a periodic installment by Chas Hammer. In it, he revisits, mostly, his era of online role-playing, the 1990s and 2000s.
Tis’ the season! Or something like that.
Back when I ran my own club, Trek Online (TOL), I was (perhaps overly) fixated on instilling an esprit de corps among my members. I didn’t want the club to be a bureaucratic collection of games, where people remained confined to their ship, and where their only involvement with the club was to show up and play their character. I wanted Trek Online to be a community. A place where people were informed about the going-ons of the club, were active citizens, could move freely and partake in all we offered, and most importantly, built lasting friendships. Read More
The Tournament of Simulations is pleased to announce the winners of this year’s tournament.
Over the past six weeks, a dozen judges busily reviewed the nearly 50 games that chose to enter this year’s tournament. Each game reviewed was compelling in its own right, full of dedicated players and entertaining stories. Nothing should be taken away from those that took part but did not place; for in the end this year’s competition was extremely tight, with mere points separating first and second place, and many places beyond that. In the end, the14 winning games, representing 8 groups, and spanning 10 genres, are representative of the diversity and creativity present throughout our entire gaming community. Read More
SciWorld! SciWorld! SciWorld!
Text based, play-by-post online roleplayers! Your convention begins tonight and lasts through Friday 3rd of May. Read More