Choosing a Profession in Entropia Universe
A quick and good guide to starting your character in Entropia Universe. This article covers one of the tougher questions, defining your character’s role.Where to Find Online Activities and Games for Kids
There are literally hundreds of websites online that have games and activities for kids of all ages. Both educational and recreational games can easily be found by doing an online search. When finding appropriate games for children to play it’s important to find sites that are safe and secure.Findables in Entropia Universe
Walking in search of fruit and rocks can be enjoyable. Mostly it is a time consuming practice that takes a great deal of patience. There are however a few different techniques that you can use.MUDs: Is There a ‘Happily Ever After’?
Like a lot of people, I enjoy happy endings. Not all the time, but most of it. In this article I will introduce you to two of my dearest friends, Ali (age 26) and Paul (age 27), who I have known for over ten years and yes, we all met in a MUD. After spending an extraordinary time in game and out of it in the ‘real world’ we formed a group of friends that even to this day meet up and have fun, even if some have drifted off from the path of the MUD whilst I stubbornly remained.Text Adventure Games: Player/Character Separation (Part Two)
In part one of this article, we discussed the importance of IC/OOC distinction – what happens when it doesn’t exist, as well as who it affects. In-character/out-of-character distinction (IC/OOC) is the establishment of a player and his or her character as separate entities. However, this distinction often doesn’t come naturally – it should be practiced and honed. In this article, we will explore various ways with which you can create character-player distinction.