online games, multiplayer games
Simcountry is an Online Digital World where you are the President of a country.
No download needed!
What is Simcountry?
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What is Simcountry?

Dedications: Matthew Crouch, Jossi Gil, Jonni Gil, Jinson Xu (Kebir Blue)

Simcountry: Simcountry Bulletin Board  Dedications: Matthew Crouch, Jossi Gil, Jonni Gil, Jinson Xu (Kebir Blue)

Diordica Bogdan Anton (Kebir Blue)

Sunday, December 12, 2004 - 10:40 am Click here to edit this post
I'm back friends and considerable enemies ... to continue:
... so, we where at "cheap ideas daily provided by our problems" and I must try for every cheap thing to add at least one worthy for all ...

IDEA NUMBER 1 _ Internet service quality

For simcountry service quality means higher priority and faster speed on internet considering its cultural values with world wide public access, same important as Yahoo services are esepcially for the young generations of internet users world wide. The game is just the favourite "look" of simcountry, not the great esential "transfrontalier outbreaker" approach of it ... and if it will run simultaneously for all cultural partners - geographical and language related cultures - and will not stack anymore in the prehistoric internet "age of forum boards" then we will be able to see the real significance of simcountry as pattern and guide for cultural exchanges, transfers, mostly in the "inter-national" senses. Differences between simcountry and all the rest of the games played before on the internet are like between any screensaver found on Yahoo servers and the last electoral fight for White House. (actually is none, for me!)And there is still a difference to be counted here: population habits evoluates, changes and are better changed and supported in halls like simcountry is. Runing on better servers or using transfer priorities like Yahoo or e-Bay could make it more accessible, especially in the current (gou)lag world of Internet Geographics (no relation with the american monthly National Geographics) from today. Unfortunately Jossi Gil never suggested that simcountry could be the cultural sugar teaspoon of a Sattelite Telephones company world wide ... but I did. Unfortunately he did not used it as world wide Services Improvements tool, but I suggested. (now let's think to what's next at PROBLEM NUMBER 1 _ Common markets ...)

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