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Anyone remember Cybertown?

candiedbugcandiedbug Posts: 326
edited November 2013 in Off-Topic
I remember buying a Riva TnT2 just to be able to run it. Got my first virtual job there too. *sigh* the memories

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  • cyberealitycybereality Posts: 26,156 Oculus Staff
    Wow! Never heard of this before but would have been cool back then.
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  • Wow! Never heard of this before but would have been cool back then.
    Yeah, Cybertown is Second Life's granddaddy. There was Cybertown and Colony City, as well as others I cant remember the names now. They used the Blaxxun client and were VRML based (back when VRML was still alive)
  • justinforasecjustinforasec Posts: 1
    NerveGear
    Wow! Never heard of this before but would have been cool back then.
    Yeah, Cybertown is Second Life's granddaddy. There was Cybertown and Colony City, as well as others I cant remember the names now. They used the Blaxxun client and were VRML based (back when VRML was still alive)
    The files are available at the internet archive at archive.org, just search Cybertown, please let me know if you figure out how to use them.
  • TomCgcmfcTomCgcmfc Posts: 3,357 Valuable Player
    edited December 2020
    Wow! Never heard of this before but would have been cool back then.
    Yeah, Cybertown is Second Life's granddaddy. There was Cybertown and Colony City, as well as others I cant remember the names now. They used the Blaxxun client and were VRML based (back when VRML was still alive)
    The files are available at the internet archive at archive.org, just search Cybertown, please let me know if you figure out how to use them.
    Wow, this must be a new record, bringing a 7 year old post back to life, lol!

    Edit, ok here's the oldest Off-Topic thread I could find;
    Looks nice here - I like it! — Oculus (oculusvr.com)

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  • Scala24Scala24 Posts: 2
    NerveGear
    A very old game.
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