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Industry scuttlebutt is that Three Rings, the casual online game studio behind the cult hit Puzzle Pirates, is about to storm into the user-created MMO space, to compete against players like Second Life. This is big news, because the inventive scallywags of the SF-based Three Rings […]

Industry scuttlebutt is that Three Rings, the casual online game studio behind the cult hit Puzzle Pirates, is about to storm into the user-created MMO space, to compete against players like Second Life. This is big news, because the inventive scallywags of the SF-based Three Rings have mastered the tricky goal of creating low-budget online worlds which appeal to casual gamers, as evidenced by Puzzle Pirates, which boasts 2 million registered accounts as of mid-2006.

But what exactly is Three Rings planning, and when will it arrive on the horizon? I checked with Daniel James, Three Rings’ co-founder, to find out.  Continue reading over at GigaGamez.

  1. Second Life, Three Rings and Five Forces …

    Interesting news about 3D game producer Three Rings (who run the popular Puzzle Pirates Game) possibly setting up to compete with Second Life. It will be interesting to see how Second Life responds – I blogged awhile ago that in my view Second Life is …

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