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Topic # 148663 26-Jun-2014 14:43
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I work for a multi-national, and most of the IT guys are gamers/ex-gamers from what I can gather.... 

Anyway, couple of us were discussing an inter-office game. FPS would be great except for the time differences etc.....

So was thinking, is there something similar to Risk available online, that allows a single turn every 24hrs - this way it wont interrupt our productivity, yet give me that great "IN YOUR FACE" feeling when I take out the Australian office ? :)





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I remember one of the Total War games had a multiplayer campaign that worked like that.

I forget which one though, but I'm sure a google search would help.




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BigPipeNZ: I remember one of the Total War games had a multiplayer campaign that worked like that.

I forget which one though, but I'm sure a google search would help.


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  Reply # 1075094 26-Jun-2014 16:05
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Im thinking more browser based - we're on decent desktops, but not all of us have dedicated video cards ;)





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One of the versions of Civ 

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t92300: One of the versions of Civ 


Would take a very long time to play one game if playing one turn per 24 hours.

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