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mmorpg

abbreviation for
(Computer Science) massive(ly) multiplayer online role-playing game: an internet-based computer game set in a virtual world, which can be played by many people at the same time, each of whom can interact with the others
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In the McLarin's Adventures MMOG, players deal with large number of dynamically interconnected variables while they are researching environmental conditions, planning and building the settlement, including planning for sustainable water and food resources, shelters, and so on.
A fundamental problem with the standard EULAs found in MMOGs and other digital games is that they do not adequately address the special status and various ethical considerations associated with entering into formal, commercial, and legal relationships with players who are minors.
El aspecto social de los videojuego MMOG radica en el hecho de que se encuentra fortalecido gracias a las interacciones emergentes entre los jugadores, que no surgen como un subproducto del juego sino que son la parte fundamental del mismo (Voulgari & Komis, 2008).
The first game the new studio proposes to develop is an Arabic language MMOG, based on the character 'Majid'.
City Of Heroes was a blinding success on its first outing - an MMOG that allowed players to become their own fledgling superhero and team up with others to do battle.
A MMOG is not some kind of feline monster, with an appetite for human flesh, although many people can loose vast parts of their lives to them.
Zapak is also the biggest publisher of Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMOG) in India.
We are now expecting a great deal from EA's new free MMOG, BattleField
Age Of Conan is a massively multi-player game (MMOG), so don't expect a complete review here.
Burda:ic will launch the online game 'Hello Kitty Online' as an MMOG (massively multiplayer online game) in 2008, claimed the company's VP of marketing.