PBEM No Mad Dogs

From: IAN NOTTER <glorantha-board_at_rpglist.org>
Date: Tue, 18 Nov 2003 09:34:57 +0000

To use these files you first need to run the cyberboard program then, from within the cyberboard program, load the Dragon Pass gameset.


Goihl & Fahey wrote:
> Hmm.
> I just downloaded both Dragon Pass versions and afterward found several
> files full of unintelligible strings of letters and funny symbols. Not
> useful. Too bad.
> Daniel
> ----- Original Message -----
> *From:* IAN NOTTER <mailto:i.notter_at_unl.ac.uk>
> *Sent:* Monday, November 17, 2003 10:58 AM
> *Subject:* Re: PBEM No Mad Dogs
> If you wish to run an email game, Cyberboard is defiantly the way to
> go.
> This simple package, which is specifically designed to allow
> boardgames to be played by email, allows you to keep an electronic copy
> of the game map and positions of the counters. This information can be
> emailed to all the players. It is even possible to send a file which
> just records the changes made by a player during there move.
> 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.
> Ian

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