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pandora1963
13 Aug 16 19:02
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For me the major part of the internet in the early days was chat rooms and yahoo games. They were multi player, very addictive, you could play pool, chess, scrabble,the lot. There were leagues, you had a rating, it was a great community. Met some great people through it from all over the world. Spent many an hour killing time in there. Shame they got rid.
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Report twizzle22 August 13, 2016 7:12 PM BST
Ditto
Report thebandit August 14, 2016 12:02 PM BST
Same on Excite.com/Excite.co.uk many years ago. Had a load of games, checkers etc that you could chat on and had rankings etc. Got shot.
Report topshot August 14, 2016 12:09 PM BST
Scuse my ignorance but why would they get rid of something that was so popular? I get why they got rid of MSN chat but not this
Report thebandit August 14, 2016 12:17 PM BST
Haven't the foggiest tbh topshot. Sad
Report Ovalman. August 14, 2016 2:40 PM BST
When I first went online around 1995 I was on a 38k modem, I always thought it was amazing asking A/S/L and talking to someone from the other side of the World. It was like CB radio on drugs.

I also discovered you could open up a second browser window while your first page was loading! Each page took 2 or 3 minutes lo load.

Nostalgia eh!
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