Fun and games in cyberspace

Krantz, Michael
October 1996
Time International (South Pacific Edition);10/14/96, Issue 42, p76
Discusses the possibility of bringing interactive games to the Internet. The game Quake from id Software; The commercial online service of the Total Entertainment Network (TEN); The Games Channel on America Online; What TEN will offer; How Quake is played in Austin, Texas, Seattle, Washington, and New York City, New York; Hopes of Mpath, Engage, and Sendai going online with their game services.


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