As Cyberboard is available free of charge, from the following site. http://cyberboard.brainiac.com/index.html
A couple of gamesets for Dragon Pass can be found here. http://pbem.brainiac.com/oprojects.htm
As yet I have not found a gameset for Nomad Gods, but it should be possible to create one using the tools found in the cyberboard package.
Wulf Corbett wrote:
> On Sun, 16 Nov 2003 15:46:41 +0100, "Goihl & Fahey"
> <goihlk_at_zedat.fu-berlin.de> wrote:
>>>I'm still wondering exactly how this is to be adjudicated. >> >>Me too... >> >> >>>Never having tried PBEM boardgaming (I've tried RPG >>>and games like Diplomacy), how is the board kept? >> >>I keep mine on a thin board so that I can easily put it away on top of a row of books on a shelf. I have all the pieces on it. I put notes on post-its on the game board and use other markers.
>>>Is there an online board? >> >>There is such a thing but I've never used it. With that you wouldn't need a ref, so it would be very useful.
>>With my games players email their intended moves and I shove everyone's pieces around the board accordingly and send back the results. For some time we maintained a rate of two weeks for each turn, but it got slower over time. I've got ideas about how to run it better, but we'll see.
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