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Call for creativity

Postby Chris » Fri Sep 28, 2001 6:41 pm

Writing that article got me thinking...there is very little decent fiction in the area of this game. As far as i'm aware, the only real existing story books about hacking are Neuromancer (William Gibson), Snow Crash (Neil Stephenson) and Otherland (Tad Williams). All are set in a full 3d immersive version of the Internet, rather than the basic trimmed down vision of Uplink. If anybody knows of any others please let me know.

What i'd really like to see would be writers and artists producing short stories and concept art from within the Uplink world - use the basic themes as a starting point and roll your own ideas in there. There must be some talented artists and writers reading this site right now, who have some nice ideas. I'll post the best entries up here for others to look at.
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Re: Call for creativity

Postby Patrick1 » Wed Oct 30, 2019 9:52 pm

The game is all done in PowerPoint and comes packed with questions and answers around your training package so you can easily review the content of the training, enhance retention and ensure your training participants are engaged till the very end. Just split your class into teams that compete to win a final competition by answering questions and getting points in a series of fun rounds. Just like online assignment help, the game is completely customizable so you can easily use it with other training topics you teach. Save as a new file & create any number of other review games and always end each class you teach on a high note.
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Re: Call for creativity

Postby maxmilan » Tue Nov 05, 2019 2:50 pm

This game was very engaging. The life of a fighter has a very unique collection of sports nutrition which are very helpful for your body growth. I have played this game in my childhood.

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