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trixi trixi 41-45, F 14 Answers May 3, 2009

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of course there is! CYBERSEX

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yeah a lot of them<br />
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World of Warcraft, Sims, Counterstrike, Everquest etc...

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Yes.<br />
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Do a Google search for "mmo [insert your category] game" (e.g. mmo fantasy game) and check out the individual results. I suggest you then do a Google search for reviews to see what other pla<x>yers think of the games. GL.

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Yahoo Chess. Lolbbq.

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I used to play tournaments (spades, hearts, etc) on Yahoo games...there would be four of us at a time.

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Second Life

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Yes, try oz.ongameport.com. It's what me and my fiance play, cause I can't stand all the mmorpgs with the battles and stuff.

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There are literally hundreds of games that meet this criteria. They range from private groups of two (or more) pla<x>yers such as Titan Quest (a favorite of mine) to massively multil<x>ayer online games like World of Warcraft with hundreds of pla<x>yers in the same world at the same time. Some, you just buy the game and play with others who also bought it (like TQ). Others have monthly fees (like WoW) if you want to continue playing.<br />
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A friend told me he spent less money on entertainment when he was playing WoW because he played it so much to exclusion of other forms.<br />
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I'd suggest determining the types of games you like to play, then hit www.gamespot.com (or other gaming review sites) and do some looking around. Find a game that has a good rating that sounds fun to you and check out the specifications looking for network play, buy two copies, and have fun!<br />
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Good Luck, -E

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Stick Arena

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I'm pretty sure just about any online game has interactive options to play others. There are many different kinds of games though, so I'm not sure if you're talking about online checkers or poker or first person shooters like Halo or Unreal Tournament.

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