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Found another interesting Online Game which offers quite some freedom of action while taking good care of its newbies and providing a way to be completely safe while offline - nice for the casual, occasional gamer like myself, but also very fit for more competetive players.


It offers a trade system, a pretty large universe, a text-based combat system, some RPG elements, and a pretty good support and community from what I've seen.


The game is here, requires no download, although a graphics pack can be downloaded to aid the players on slower connections (it is not compatible with newest versions of Firefox, though).

The tutorial takes a while - it took me a total of three days because of the limitations of the action points one can recieve and spend per day - but it prepares you well for the game itself.


If any of you are interested, I'm Tiphias Junior of the Federation.

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I think I've seen this. Reminds me of Galactic Civilizations a bit


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Curse you firefox...


*Shakes fist*


Now look what you've made me do, i'm having to use IE


I'm having a look...

I've just remembered i've got a signature!
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Are you on dial-up? The only thing not working is the Graphics pack, and all that does is to make the ingame images accessable from the HD. If you don't mind loading a few kb of images, you can use Firefox. I do.
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I dont play this game, but other online browser games, and to make local skins/graphics packs work in firefox, open a new tab and go to about:config

then enter "security.checkloaduri" (minus the "") and there should be one option left, change that to FALSE. This allows firefox to access local images.

Hope this helps.

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