A player-driven persistant-world MMORPG, developed by CCP Games. EVE contains "the world's largest game universe", spanning thousands of solar systems, each with their own planets, stations, asteroid belts and moons. Players advance through the game based on the learning of skills (which advance in real-time, even when the player is not connected to the game), attributes (which can be increased through the training of learning skills, or the usage of implants) and the acquisition of wealth and items (modules, ships, materials, etc can all be sold and bought for the in-game currency, ISK).more...
Unlike most MMORPGs (e.g. World of Warcraft, Runescape, etc), the EVE server is not split up into shards - i.e. there is a single server which all players connect to. The EVE universe is persistant, so if a player leaves the game, the universe will continue to exist and be changed by the actions of NPCs and other players.
Many of CCP's staff have EVE-related blogs, discussing what they are working on and problems they may have encountered. Unlike a lot of game developers, CCP are very open with players and explain how the game works internally. For example, CCP have released that the EVE Server program is written in Stackless Python, along with many algorithms and equations for learning time and o...
A crappy Math learning website that is really stupid
Carnegie Learning is like study island
learning from home and work
online classes can be used as an example for distance learning
1. The manager of "Man's whorehouse".
2. Someone who is never online.
3. A girl who can learn a new language in a month and speak it properly - or who can lie and make you believe it. Either one describes Ramya.
1. Ramya was telling me about how many whores she deals with everyday and what she does in her job, and oh boy, it wasn't a pretty picture she painted.
2. I don't talk to her online because she is a Ramya.
3. I don't know whether to believe her when she said that she learnt hindi in 3 weeks - I guess it's only possible if she's a Ramya.
A Game Master or in Anarchy Online, a Genetic Manipulator which sounds gay.
Basically this being is rude, nasty and avoided at all costs. They think they know how to play the game but they have no idea at all, in fact some, especially in Anarchy Online are only learning how to be rude and totally lame there, before they move to the next Funcom failure, Age of Conan.
player:'Oh god I need to petition as I've lost a backpack'
GM: 'fuck off'
player: 'I'm being harrassed help me please'
GM 16hours later : 'fuck off bullied noob'
Player: ' Can you tell me how to trade as I am really new and I want to know more about Anarchy Online?'
GM: 'fuck off you total noob'
An abbreviation of the term 'school work', skwirk refers to studying and researching online.
I've got skwirk to do.
He skwirked for the information.
How much have you skwirked today?
Man this turned out to be chicken soup for the d2 gamers soul! I apologize for my rambling; I had much to say.more...
Diablo II is an RPG that is set in medieval times -think Robin Hood- but with spells, demons and such. This game has a good feeling, especially when you start on single player. You get the storyline, appreciate what everything looks like and you don't worry about strategies; you just have fun playing the game. It has good replay value, because of the different classes and especially because of the extensive inventory database and new maps each time you restart a saved game.
It is a good concept, and few appreciate it and realize what it is.
Now, for my two cents about online play, and those who are about to take that plunge. I hope it isn't too late.
Now, first of all I would like to call out those who are bashing people for liking this game, or any video games. It's a hobby, just like anything else. If playing video games is a waste of time, then so are sports, watching TV and buying earrings/makeup/excess footwear/etc. So please respect other degenerates for their choices.
Now, moving on. I recommend not starting online play until after beating the game once in single player. To be quite honest, when I started playing this game, my grades in school were very good. Diablo also got me interested in mythology and I started playing it because of its theme. Then I started playing online and my grades didnt drop, but I was getting overly frustrated w...