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12-17-2010 @ 6:24PM
Any word on if Crypto. Will develop an online version of the game?
12-17-2010 @ 7:00PM
I think they subcontracted that out to a small time developer in Irvine, who built what amounts to an interactive chat program with cute graphics and some basic combat, but stays focused around the core concepts.It launched roughly 6 years ago, if I recall......and is kinda popular...Oh hell, I cant keep a straight face. Im talking about WoW. WoW is the online version of the WoW Trading Card game.
12-17-2010 @ 7:46PM
Oh, yo so funny. He obviously meant something like the Yu-gi-oh game or stuff like that.
12-17-2010 @ 8:36PM
@EldoronI understood exactly what he meant. Which is why I went a completely opposite direction with it. I refer to it as Misdirection Humor (or Trick of the Trade Chat, if you're more into Rogues). Its kind of my specialty, if there is such a thing. That, and drawing WoW characters in compromising positions, but thats a topic for another day.Basically, when you boil it down (on a low simmer for 30-45 minutes) there is an unwritten EULA of the Internet. It covers all sorts of things, including the class Rule 34 ("if it exists, theres porn of it") but it also encompasses this little tidbit: Much like the US Miranda Rights, anything you say can and will be used against you. The moment you press that submit button, you hand over whatever you just typed to the trolls, tricksters and grammar nazis of the world wide web. Its just how things work.
12-18-2010 @ 3:22PM
I know if OCTGN2 (Online Card Table & Game Network) ever comes out, it will support it. I should probably dig up that site on my reader and see how the development is going on it.
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