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  1. 7 points
  2. 6 points
    splash proof they reckon, I'll be the judge of that
  3. 6 points
    I'm going with a chip in the brain, Games streamed straight to the cerebral cortex from the cloud!
  4. 5 points
    Awesome turnout! Was good to see/hear many voices! Will have to do it again!
  5. 5 points
    Is it sad that when you opened with 'So I have a new saga' that I rubbed my hands with glee and anticipation?
  6. 5 points
    There is some Worms themed update for this game. Grab a slabby from you local and lets make a weekend of it.
  7. 5 points
  8. 5 points
    Also, Obi-Wan Kenobi show is happening(time line at 1:56): So that makes Cassian Andor and Obi-wan confirmed. It's going to be a Star Wars shower these next few years
  9. 5 points
    That's like saying you had your first root in months after going to a brothel... factual but not impressive.
  10. 5 points
    travelled out to see the Voyager probes. 2.3 million light seconds away from earth. Now to track down New Horizons.
  11. 5 points
    This sounds like a Shrive problem. I can see a lot of the heavy lifting in games being done on cloud technology in the future, gonna have to find a use for all these crypto farms. But in reality we'll probably still be using technology for shit like this
  12. 4 points
    Yeah man, keen. For anyone installing it for the first time, make sure you go and grab the free DLC's for it too, Night Operations and Community Operations and Legacy Operations, or you won't have access to all the maps.
  13. 4 points
    Battlefield 4: Friday Night Games! Date: 22nd of May 2020 Time: 6pm - late Requirements: BF4 + DLC (Premium Edition is $49.99) So its been a while since we’ve had a clan game night, and I miss the good ol’ days of a clan pub stomp! And seeing as BF4 has picked up more popularity since DICE announced that BFV would have one more major content patch and that is it. I figured why not get the gang together for some shenanigans. Plus seeing as we are all on lockdown what else can we do? (besides renovations and eat loads of food) I hope to see ya’ll there!
  14. 4 points
    And now the thread you have been waiting for... un clásico! jajajajaja
  15. 4 points
    He sent me one the other night that shows a softer side of bp that I've never seen before. Really touching stuff actually
  16. 4 points
    FYI. Not sure how many of you bought a 1 year pass of Origin Premier Access when BF5 was coming out, but mine just finished up. I noticed a week or two ago that the pass automatically updated the game in my library to the Year 2 Edition, so I opened it up and claimed all the shipments that were available in the Armory. I figured I'd still want to play the game from time to time, so I bought a copy off cdkeys.com, and all the content that I claimed earlier from the Year 2 Edition was still on my account, even though I only purchased the base game.
  17. 4 points
    That's racist..... or timist! If my time zone hits 05 Nov earlier and the poster says coming to pc 05 November then that it. None of this wait for the rest of the world to catch up. First come first served.
  18. 4 points
    Nice little show with some great characters:
  19. 4 points
    Congratulations - Roll The Dice Is Ten Years Old! Well, here it is - ten years in the making and we are finally here (and I'm finally getting to a post which is a couple of weeks late). But on the 24th of June, 2019 we made it to ten years of existence. Ten years of gaming together and enjoying each others company. Ten years of some amazing highs, as well as a few bumps along the road. Ten years of changes. I think it's interesting to think about those changes for a moment. Firstly, there's changes to our hobby: online gaming. That encompasses of course both hardware and software and in those areas alone the changes have been vast. To reel off just a few: 4K or Ultra-Wide gaming is now a thing; some of us where on resolutions less than 1080p when we first started out, still at a 4:3 ratio. Windows 7 was released just one month after the clan was formed. Most of us were still on XP, with a few brave souls on Vista (possibly my last clean install). I was running a Logitech G5 mouse and G15 keyboard (gifts from my 21st), which still soldiered on for another seven years or so. SSD storage capacity has skyrocketed while their price has plummeted. HDDs still hang on in their usefulness due to their current sizes and low cost, but when the clan was formed the 2TB HDD had only just been invented. Current consoles included the Xbox 360 and PS3 (and the Wii, whose name we were still laughing at three years after it came out). AMD released the Phenom II and Athlon II. Intel was still on the Core 2 series and then released its first i7. Nvidia were up to the GeForce 200 series (the first time they put the GTX before the number) and AMDs latest cards were the R700s. It could be said that AMD are only now just getting back to relevance in both markets after almost a decade in the wilderness. The latest games included Modern Warfare 2 (which was a disaster from a clan point of view), Uncharted 2, Batman: Arkham Asylum, Left 4 Dead 2, Plants vs. Zombies and Dragon Age: Origins. I'll be honest, the game I've probably played most that came out in 2009 was Empire: Total War. I'm not sure it was a particularly strong year for games (fight me if you disagree). Of interest, Age of Empires creator, Ensemble Studios, was shutdown in 2009. And now look at how many remakes, remasters and re-releases they've come out with since?! Liam Neeson's daughter was first Taken. The first Hangover came out. As did the first (and to date, only) Avatar. Breaking Bad only had one season out. Game Of Thrones has started and finished in the time we've been gaming. And we've all enjoyed the entire Infinity Saga together (23 movies). Streaming basically did not exist. This includes media streaming and streaming live game content. We have seen the introduction and probably death of the last physical media in our time. But I'm sure few of us miss requiring multiple CDs or DVDs just to install a game; or the trip down to the video store to get a movie. Now we can just endlessly scroll through Netflix for hours and complain we have nothing to watch. Remember when we all just had XFire and maybe Steam? Oh they were good times. But then Origin came along for Battlefield. Well that didn't seem so bad, but it was annoying having another service. Yet of course, since then, the programs we need to have running has exploded as every damn company has tried to implement its own platform. Steam has turned into a behemoth. And then, to try and monitise us further, those same gaming companies went very heavy on the micro transactions. Some of us are old enough to remember when DLC was free. CoD4 came with four extra maps, for free, in the 1.6 patch (which was a whopping 256MB). But even then the writing was on the wall, because while in CoDUO we could run our own maps and mods easily on our own server, CoD4 brought in restrictions making that harder. Even early on some companies decided they didn't want the community running the show, because they couldn't make any money off it. VR has kind of come and gone; it's struggling to find it's niche, but I suspect it still has a future in gaming. It was huge at the early PAX events we attended, but it certainly hasn't been killer technology. Smartphones. We have witnessed one of the biggest changes technology will ever undertake with the smartphone, all basically overlapping with the clan's existence. I bought my fifth smartphone this week (Galaxy S10+), which means I'm averaging a new smartphone every two years. Conversely, the first two Nokia phones I had in the mid 2000s probably did three to four years each. Sure, I could use them to hammer in nails if I needed and their battery lasted a week, but I couldn't check Facebook. Incidentally, I upgraded to the S10+ for better battery life and it occurs to me now that those Nokia phones are probably the last time I did not complain about battery. Speaking of Facebook, social media has exploded. I'm not sure we as a society have really sorted this one out yet - trying to find the balance isn't easy. I abstained from Facebook for a number of years after it was popular because I wasn't sure how well I could control myself if I signed up. Past me was partially right. Some of us here have still resisted the lure of social media and I say kudos to that. The changes in our internet infrastructure is also an interesting one. This decade worth of progress listed above needed to be powered by something. Smartphones, streaming and gaming all demand hundreds of times more data than ten years ago. I believe I was on a 50GB plan in 2009, which I used conservatively on an ADSL connection. Now I'm on unlimited NBN which has faster network speeds than some of the LANs we used to set up at uni (that's presuming we could get the LAN to work at all, am I right @MiniSanders?). As tech affectionados we have all watched the rise and fall of the NBN; the constant problems it has produced, and what could have been if the original plan was implemented. Even now, some of us have it, some of us don't, and some of us have had endless troubles. Ten years ago that is not what we were expecting. Now, 5G is around the corner (I'm hoping to test it with my new phone in Canberra). It will be interesting to see what that brings. But just as interestingly, there's the personal changes we have all experienced over this time as well. Some current members were almost half their current age when we first formed. Some have gone off to uni and graduated in the time they've been with the clan. Others have been running their own businesses. Some have gone off and got married. Some have started families. And some of us are still in the same flat, sitting at the same desk from ten years ago when Wrecking Ball Wednesday came along and the Founders first parted ways with Wargrounds Australia. Indeed, some of us have been around long enough now that we could go off and join TOG (The Older Gamers have an age limit of 25, which I know many of us used to laugh at back a decade ago). My, times have changed. But then there's the similarities; the things that haven't changed. As gamers, we are constantly looking at the latest hardware and software to see how our machines compare (you only need to look at @NevilleBartos and @Phobos's discussion on Discord currently - they're like kids at Christmas). We try to squeeze out every extra frame we can manage; anything to possibly give us the upperhand. And then we'll go and do something bizzar like fall off a cliff and miss the water in PUBG (@bprc), where no ultra graphics settings can save us from our own misjudgments. And we usually get to do all that with mates, who will forever laugh at you for that time you crashed a helicopter (@Mr Spontaneous?), or decided to watch a pot plant at training because it seemed like the best tactical decision at the time. Perhaps you fell asleep on TS and everyone just happened to record it (@Awesome). Or, on the flipside, maybe you were part of one our squads who were streamed to the world, seeing all different kinds of success against (and with) some of the best players of our time. Because while we are always here to laugh at each other, we have also spent plenty of time punching above our weight. And that is something I dearly treasure about this clan and also something which hasn't changed since the first day we formed. The Last Two Years: Yes, it's actually being two years since we've had a clan history update. I presume last year I just took the Microsoft approach and didn't bother with number nine. Possibly understandable, as while we've been here see changes over a longer period of time as mentioned above, not a lot differs around here year to year. And I'm perfectly okay with that. We've had two PAX events and that tradition continues this year again (go and sign up now if you haven't already). We've also had at least two weddings, with @Decroxx and @Nath both getting hitched (to different people). I hope I'm not missing anyone there. We have also picked up four recruits since the last report, in @AussieNinja159, @Yeowie, @Ra_Panda and @Maniac. So that's always pleasing to see. As you'll see in the stats below, that takes us to 51 official members, which is our highest total. However, we have not had a cull of inactive members in a very long time and that is probably something we should look into in the future. The last history post mentioned the new forums were now operational - even that seems like a lifetime ago. It also mentioned our DOTA2 team, which I can only presume is still a roaring success. But in the meantime we've just continued to game. PUBG. Rainbow Six: Siege. Apex Legends. Two Battlefield games in BF1 and BFV, both of which have been interesting, but not enough to gain critical mass with the clan. A number of other FPS games have also been flirted with - looking for that elusive combination that creates group gaming addiction. Golf With Friends still continues to get a laugh. And I'm sure there's others I've forgotten as well. The Stats: It wouldn't be a history post without some stats and graphs! I've made some slight adjustments to the second graph. Previously, we haven't had an official game since BF4 (which as you'll see, is getting close to half of our existence). But I decided to add in both Rainbow Six: Siege and PUBG. Both games have had clannies playing them since they were in beta, and we even had a stab at a competition with PUBG, so I think they're worth including. Maybe I'm missing another game or two that has had long term popularity and would also be worth including? As always, here's the Dropbox link if you are interested in the spreadsheet: https://www.dropbox.com/s/8zz2bk68sakaqgv/Full%20Member%20Master%20List.xlsx Here's a few more numbers: 51 Full Members in the clan, with no current Recruits. Four more than the last history post and also a new high for concurrent members (with the asterisk being we haven't removed anyone for quite some time). 11 competitive squads have represented the clan. Still no changes here, although we have dabbled in a few other events. 87,387 posts made on these forums across 3,414 topics. That's 24 posts per day, which continues to go down as we use Discord more. We've added approximately 4,000 posts and 100 topics in the last two years. 294 people registered on the website (only two more than two years ago, which means our spam defense is working well). 100 members in total have come through the clan, with 87 applications declined (no change). 70 members have stayed with us for longer than a year. In total, the clan has existed for 3,670 days. Some more forum based graphs: The Future: It's impossible to predict exact details about what the future will bring; however I think we can look at the future in broad strokes. I mentioned at the start how streaming has really taken off. It was a real big deal ten years ago just to get shoutcasted (and all that was was audio, with a demo to download later if you were lucky). We saw that transition to live commentary with video during the BF3/BF4 era and now every man and their dog can stream via the likes of Twitch, Steam, etc. We can all be content creators, which has been enhanced even further by the likes of ShadowPlay (the first software I used to record some gameplay was XFire, with @Blueberry, @NOOBshoes and I using our EOD bots in BF3 to take down as many tanks as we could). Indeed, some of our greatest clan videos came about from our Shenanigan nights which would not have been possible even a few years earlier without significantly more time and effort. Obviously the quality of our internet connections has also contributed widely to this; uploading to YouTube, for some of us, was an all day affair ten years ago. What we have now is a future that was hard to predict at the turn of the last decade. But this next decade I think streaming is going to really change gaming. Not just as content creators, but also as consumers. Google's Stadia (along with what will inevitably be other streaming services from Microsoft, Sony and every other company) could really change the hardware and software game. Sure, it's going to take a long time to mature, especially here in Australia with our distance and still sub-par internet, but imagine not having to do CPU and GPU upgrades on a regular basis because some other server is doing all of the heavy lifting? Could it be that some of us have just done our last major computer builds? I very much doubt it, because we all like to tinker and there'll always be a call for powerful hardware to run more and more demanding software - but we may be just about to hit a point where to play your favourite game at max settings you'll no longer need to check your hardware specifications; just login to your preferred streaming service and game like its no different. No doubt that the future of gaming is going to be an interesting one. We all still laugh at @PistolKnight for playing PUBG on mobile; but it's also portable, convenient, and today's best phone hardware is almost certainly more powerful than the machines we were gaming on in 2009. Imagine what another decade could do in that space? So as a bit of an exercise, if you're willing, have a go at posting below what you think your future computer specs will be in a decade's time. It could make a very interesting time capsule. But what about the future of the clan? Honestly, I don't think much will change. As long as we keep paying our bills on time I hope and believe the website will continue to be our home, with TeamSpeak remaining our place to chat. Throw in the likes of Discord and the other standard software we use and I can't see much of that being different in another ten years. Even the types of games we played previously will continue to hold our fancy into the future. We're always looking for another FPS. Maybe WWII based, maybe a modern setting. Maybe it has Battle Royal (which really came out of nowhere over the past three years or so). Maybe a game will come along with some other mode we enjoy. Or maybe we'll keep playing our spattering of games that currently keep us entertained, in the middle of all those other things that life throws at us to keep us busy. Ultimately it won't matter what we do, because as the Ten Year Anniversary Party once again showed it doesn't matter how long its been since we last gamed together. As soon as we have a gathering it's just old friends enjoying each other's company. As it should be. This Sunday I'm about to head off to Canberra on camp with a bunch of Year 10 students. Coincidentally, this is also the tenth year in a row I've gone on this camp. As the old saying goes, the more things change, the more they stay the same. I haven't added a thank you section this time around, because I'm not sure there's anything extra I can say to people that I haven't already said before. But I am thankful we created this clan when the opportunity was presented and I'm thankful I was invited along for the ride. I am very proud of what we have achieved. Those of us at the start weren't really sure what we were doing; but I'm sure if you told us ten years ago what we would achieve and how long we would last then we would be absolutely stoked. I will say thank you to all our members who are still here, still gaming, and still having fun. I hope it continues for at least another decade yet. Ten years ago, in the very first history post, I had this to say: I stand by that even more so now. Alea iacta est. ~MS.
  20. 4 points
    DiRT Rally is currently free on Humble Bundle; http://www.humblebundle.com/store/dirt-rally and Inside is currently free on Epic Games Store (same guys that made Limbo. Worth a play through); https://www.epicgames.com/store/en-US/collection/free-games-collection
  21. 4 points
    Congratulations Predz Congratulations Predz, and welcome back to Roll The Dice. We would like to welcome you to full membership within Roll The Dice and look forward to gaming with you long in to the future. For your information and as a refresher you may wish to look at the following threads which you now have access to. These will tell you a bit more about the clan, as well how to apply for squads etc. if you are interested: Clan Code of Conduct - now more than ever it is vital that you know our Code of Conduct. In representing Roll The Dice as a full member it is expected you will follow this at all times and set the right example for newer members as well. Clan Announcements - a new section of the forums which you can now access, where we announce new information to the clan. Clan Positions - this shows all the positions within the clan, what the roles do and who currently holds them. Useful if need to contact the right person about something. Clan General Discussion - just a place for us to discuss general, clan only related topics. Squad and Ladder Information - everything to do with our squads can be found here, including the links to the respective teams. If you wish to join one of our squads you will need to read up The Calendar - we expected all members to use the calendar to sign up to Clan Trainings and Scrims. The Round Table - this forum is where all members can have their say within the clan. All opinions are welcome, from the newest to the oldest member. New Forum Posts - this link will show you any unread posts on the forums. This might be worth bookmarking as it will help you keep involved with current discussions. Again, congratulations on full membership and hope to see you on the battlefield soon.
  22. 4 points
    Some deep-core asteroid mining in action! What a sight! Cheers to @TheLaw, @Phobos & @Noods for a good night of credit-making goodness!
  23. 4 points
    Well I got the Vulture last night. I had forgotten how bloody quick that thing steers, so easy to keep anyone within targetting range. Also I had forgotten just how shits its fuel tank and jump range are... lots of short jumps with lots of fuel scooping. Thanks to @Predz and @TheLaw for the extra credits last night when sharing missions... helped me with getting the Vulture up to a respectable spec.
  24. 4 points
    Recommendation: Dont travel over 300 light years to get a vital component for a mission to then swap your cargo hold for a fuel tank on the way back so the return trip goes a bit quicker, only to find out that said important component must have been in the cargo hold I decided to swap out
  25. 4 points
    freebie alert https://store.steampowered.com/app/226840/Age_of_Wonders_III/
  26. 4 points
  27. 4 points
    yeah there was not nearly enough breasts in the last season, slightly dissapointed.
  28. 3 points
    I have an account that got hacked and played on by some Russians for like 2 years before I bothered getting it back... I don't think I could ever spend the money they accumulated on that account... Also it is funny that Rockstar didn't even reset the account at all, so I have a large base building and lots and lots of money I also grabbed it again on Epic though
  29. 3 points
    I'll bring the ammo! I'm keen!
  30. 3 points
    I found a list of recommended story arcs. Alot of shit in season 1 if superfluous. And fuck R2 (come at me)
  31. 3 points
    So, I did jump into the first Fleet Carrier beta a few weeks ago, and since the beta was it's own thing, I sold off most of my ships to afford the carrier to take a look at it's inner workings. Here's a picture of the carrier. They have changed a few things since the first beta (https://forums.frontier.co.uk/threads/fleet-carriers-beta-1-feedback-changes.542193/), - Tritium, the fuel resource, is 2x more effective (Old: 1t per LY, New: 0.5t per LY. So with the full 1000t fuel tank, it can do 2000LY before requiring a refuel, and you can store more Tritium in the carrier's storage, useful for long trips) - Cooldowns for jumping have been reduced (Old: 1 hour spin-up/1 hour cooldown = 2 hours per jump, New: 15mins spin-up/5mins cooldown = 20mins per jump. The old numbers I found as way too high, and kinda defeated the purpose of using it to travel long distances. With the changes, it opens it up to being useful to jump to places like Pleiades Nebula, Witch Head Nebula, Guardian sites etc., maybe taking up to 40mins one-way, rather than 4 hours.) - Upkeep costs have been reduced (This was something that was also a major crutch, as fully kitted out, the costs were 147 million/week... Yeah nah mate, that's a bit much! Fortunately, they have seen fit to reduce the core costs by 50% = 10mil to 5mil/week & additional services costs by 80-90%. While it's something that shouldn't be a thing, I can at least be thankful that they reduced the upkeep. Rather have it at least reduced than still be at original levels) - Originally, Universal Cartographics were not available for carriers, but they have since added it as part of the Redemption Office add on, so bounties, combat bonds & exploration data can be sold on a carrier, hence making a carrier better for exploration) The 2nd beta has been confirmed to run from May 11 - 26 (https://forums.frontier.co.uk/threads/fleet-carriers-update-beta-2-date-announcement.543972/). Your CMDR in the beta will be as they were on the 30th of April. I'll be jumping in this one as well, to check out the changes they've made, because I do want to get one when they go live in June (unless they get delayed), as I know of a few trips these could be useful for. And with the delay of the 'New Era' paid update into 2021, this is pretty much the only content we'll be getting this year it seems (there might be other patches, but they'll be more than likely be bug fixes and stuff like that).
  32. 3 points
    So FS has been given away free on Epic... Who is up for some tractor racing?
  33. 3 points
    I am so up for Farming... as I already own it on Steam anyway... Also with FS19, you can setup multiple farms on the same map, so everyone can have a million $'s to waste on a single tractor to race/smash around the map
  34. 3 points
    I've seen lots of alien movies before....so we kill Predz before he infects all of us, right? I heard some mentions that the new patch is bringing in a "resource limit" on the amount of void opals you can sell to a station? Lots of fear this is a nerf to opal mining
  35. 3 points
    I got it and played it through twice. Very very good, better story than the newest movie.
  36. 3 points
    I'm glad there have been so many positive things said about this game! I'm planning on getting through it over the next few weeks
  37. 3 points
    Well they're not gonna lose too many brain cells, worth it hahaha.
  38. 3 points
    Today, we're proud to announce that Red Dead Redemption 2 is coming to PC on November 5th, with special bonuses available to players who pre-purchase through the Rockstar Games Launcher starting October 9th. We also want to say thank you to the millions of people who have already downloaded the Rockstar Games Launcher and received their free copy of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC will also be available to pre-order at the Epic Games store, Greenman Gaming, the Humble Store, GameStop and additional digital retailers starting October 23rd with a pre-order bonus of 25 Gold Bars for Red Dead Online. Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC will also be available to purchase on Steam this December. Source
  39. 3 points
    I for one feel personally targeted by the nerfing
  40. 3 points
    @AussieNinja159 and myself grabbed it and have been playing it. Solid campaign, fantastic visuals and gameplay. We have both started slogging it out in the multiplayer and so far quite enjoying it, solid experience with fantastic immersion especially the sound design, its remarkable. bit of a challenge sometimes but once ya get settled its pretty fun, the ground war mode (battlefield conquest) is a big win, really spices it up. I strongly recommend it, best COD experience ive had since MW2 back in 2009. so thats saying something.
  41. 3 points
    Another patch was just dropped (about 115MB - https://forums.frontier.co.uk/threads/september-update-patch-1.522857/), which I can confirm, fixed engineering!
  42. 3 points
    I just noticed a new Community Goal went up yesterday. Location: Braun Enterprise | Heike Objective: Deliver Advanced Medicines, Thallium and Medical Diagnostic Equipment Time left: 5D 10H 12M More info can be found at https://inara.cz/galaxy-communitygoals/ I now need to work out how far away from the goal I currently am.
  43. 3 points
    I didnt root a shemale that night btw she was a female but you can never be too careful
  44. 3 points
    So, I've disbanded the squadron that TheLaw and I made, with plans to create a new one that those of us that play could join, and to prepare for the planned release of squadron fleet carriers in the December update. Any suggestions for a name? P.S - TheLaw voted for Team Super Cool P.P.S - I still voted for Team Alpha Wolf Squadron
  45. 3 points
    So, I saw my first Thargoid Interceptor (A Basilisk variant) And then it flew up to me and said "Hi!" from my right side window, with a nice little scan, seeing if I'm holding any of it's race's property in my cargo hold... Sure, I had nothing, so it just flew off and went back to attacking the megaship and... *proceeds to speed off with as much boost as possible and supercruise outta there* "Now that's what I call a close encounter!" - Captain Steven Hiller, Independence Day
  46. 3 points
    That looks amazing. I have been getting my brother into it lately... Managed to find a short trade route doing Basic Meds currently where we are buying for 230cr and selling for 4,900cr... And it is a quick trip both ends and only about 7ly between the solar systems. It is very nice making about 460,000cr per trip in my T6 Means we have managed to get him into a Cobra, making the game way more fun for him.
  47. 3 points
    Well we all got to the same station (And by all I mean Noodz, Law, Predz and Phobz) Now if Shrive's installs it he can join us (Big IF) And Nev can come join us too... I have more faith in Nev than Shrive's
  48. 3 points
    I may hae some shemale company tomorrow but 'll hop of if we're not too heavily feeling it, xoxo I bought a fucking $200 bottle of whiskey for this occasion so its unlikely I will bail of this.
  49. 3 points
    Thought I'd post this here. I've been watching this guys videos for a few months now, and he posts some pretty good content. His latest video in particular explains in simple terms what I was trying to convey in my post on the first page about soundstage and spatial awareness with open-backed headphones;
  50. 3 points
    I feel like I've heard of this game before but I'm not sure where.
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