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Friday, April 27, 2012


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Metacam Oh

for pixelated blocky monsters they sure manage to scare the bejeezus out of you.

Winter Seale

There is surely no better way to unite people then a common threat! I bet it would substantially reduce drama too.

Desmond Shang

So far, it's been pretty fun.

Due to the success of it, the server was moved off one of my home machines and onto proper hosting and bandwidth... and yes, it's been boosting the popularity of Caledon in SL too, which helped retention. Win all around.

Right now I have hosting that handles 18 concurrent players for ten dollars a month. Other estate owners, take notice: it's a great way to make people happy, fairly inexpensively.

Also a great counterpoint to SL in terms of features: literally everyone can build instantly, and you can run for days (months? years?) in any direction without running into region borders.

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