Posts tagged ‘PMOG’

Life is a game and so is the Internet

The Nethernet (previously known as PMOG, the Passively Multiplayer Online Game) is an online game which players “passively” participate in while browsing web pages. Players earn data points by visiting unique domains, which they can spend on various game items that can be attached to web pages to trigger events when another player next visits that page

It really is fun, fun, fun…as you go about your daily business on the Internet you stumble across missions, traps and new connections. You learn more from connection and plant traps to catch out the community. This is where game play has been turned on its head as you are immersed purely by being logged in and you can take or leave the missions and challenges set out before you, dependent on whether you have time or not.

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April 14, 2009 at 1:31 pm Leave a comment

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