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Do u like to play 8 ball pool? We can play it here - https://www.miniclip.com/games/8-ball-pool-multiplayer/en/ - I had played this a lot 2 years ago. I was good at it.
Do u like to play BomberPengu? We can play it here - https://www.agame.com/game/bomberpengu - I have played this like 3 times and I'm not so good at this.
Do you know the game Othello (or Reversi)? We can play it here - Play Othello online - eOthello > https://www.eothello.com/

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I really don't have time much for games any more and Lisa is always on the PC, so my time is limited. I do know the old man was a lot before his operation but I'm not sure about now.

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I play only chess.

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Geez, I play so much online with the other Devs when we are beta testing DLCs and games, I just don't have time to play on my own but Eight ball was always one of my favorite games to go play!


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So, what are the games did your team developed so far?

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Well over 15 so far and we've been working on this 3D game almost a year now but it's on it's last beta before release in March. Plus a couple of us have modded our own games for people to play.


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Count me in :)

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No, not much. I did play a few card games, bridge and hearts, but they were big time wasters. :)

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Dan, I do play some solitaire. There are solitaire games online that I remember from my childhood! Also when I was in Iowa, I played Hearts. It is four-handed, and I loved it because you could also chat...and I met people from all over the world! Switzerland, even the Isle of Man. We exchanged some cards and gifts by mail, eventually.

I have lost contact with those friends now, but it was lovely. 

Oh, just in case Tink reads this, today in the dental office, I met a woman from Long Island. We had a lovely chat and I told her about Tink. The woman's great uncle had built a house in Heath-something (actually, it might have been Hampstead), anyway next to Garden City, long long ago. Anyway, if you think of Long Island as a fish with its nose down toward NYC, the town is about where the gills would be.

The woman had grown up in the house, and the house was so beautiful such exquisite quality, but she had to sell it when her mother died.

The woman and her husband live in a tiny town in Washington State called Packwood, only 11 miles from Beautiful Mt. Rainier...I know the town well, maybe 50 miles from me. She went back to Long Island to sell the house, and spent four months there, in the springtime. She says springtime on Long Island is so beautiful, and even though she has lived in Washington State 46 years now, she still gets homesick for Long Island! Western Washington State has lots and lots and LOTS of rain in the springtime, almost always!

It was her 43rd wedding anniversary, so I hugged her husband when he came out of the dental work.

(All that doesn't have anything to do with card games, does it???) :)

Even though I still play some solitaire online, it would be difficult to add more time card playing so I will prolly decline your gracious links, with thanks.

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Yep, it's Hempstead. I'm about 30 miles east of there, in Setauket. :)

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Thirty miles east??? Long Island is BIG, it is almost difficult to imagine...anyway talking to her made ME homesick for Long Island and I have never even been there!

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Yes, Long Island is pretty big, over 100 miles long and about 25 miles wide, a little less than half the length of Vancouver Island, and about half the width.

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Oh...that's true, Tink...I forgot about Vancouver Island for a moment, we have our own worthy effort at an island right here on the West Coast! Much of it is still quite wild, also, with many small towns especially on the (more sheltered) eastern side...I have loved poking around there very much!

Nobody was ever able to get Vancouver Island for $24 worth of beads, however...even before inflation... ;)

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Oh, the $24 real estate deal was for Manhattan, not Long Island.

I wouldn't pay $24 for Manhattan nowadays, ugh... oh, wait... yes I would, but I would turn around and sell it right away. :D

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Oh no! I have been erroneously all these years then...n'kay $24 for Manhattan...in beads...

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