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w60pengs website for penguin locations

08 November 2014 - 06:35 AM


I don't know if most people are aware of this website, those I've talked to weren't anyway (and appreciated the link!), but yeah as the title says it keeps track of the same penguins as w60pengs and its overflow FCs. From my experience it's more reliably updated than the official RSOF thread if you can't join the channel(s) for whatever reason, or if requests for x penguin aren't getting answered fast enough for your liking (in which case this will give you a better idea of where to go). And it apparently keeps track of the Circus as well which is nice I guess if you plan on doing that afterwards?

Just for the record I've been told that the site is not in any way affiliated with w60pengs itself, but I hope it helps anyway.

Advance Wars By Web

22 October 2014 - 11:30 AM

Advance Wars was one of my favourite games series growing up, with my favourite installment being the last one - Dark Conflict (known as 'Days of Ruin' in America) - which was released way back in 2008. A few months back I found a browser emulator and picked it up again, using it as an opportunity to introduce AW to several real-life mates as well which was nice because we all had a lot of fun pissing around. So I was wondering if there were people around here that have been/still are interested in the franchise - or would want to check it out for the first time? Advance Wars By Web is free to register on and everything. http://awbw.amarriner.com/


Advance Wars is a turn-based strategy game created by Intelligent Systems and distributed by Nintendo. You command an army of land, sea and air units which do battle against your opponent [up to 8 players can face-off on a map]. This version of Advance Wars is a bit of an amalgamation of Advance Wars, Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising, and Advance Wars: Dual Strike. Many of the features that are in those three games are implemented here.
Games are played by correspondence on the site so you can set x number of days for players to make a move when it's their turn. AW can look a bit overwhelming at first with all the different units, terrain types, and so on, but you can get the hang of everything within the hour at most. The cartoonish graphics I think make for a really relaxed atmosphere, unless you're the kind of person who can only play super serious RTS titles(!).

My username is Godoc so feel free to throw me any spare game invites if curious. :-)

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