All week, Joystiq will be revealing the 25 finalists for the IndieCade: International Festival of Independent Games, set to take place October 10 through 17 in Bellevue, Washington. The winners will be announced on October 11. ibb & obb (website) The pictures do not do ibb & obb justice. Wit...

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We've been covering the different happenings with the Passively Multiplayer Online Game for a while now, but for a change of pace, it seems that PMOG has covered us by giving us the honor of our own badge! If you're a PMOG player and an active Massively.com reader, then don't miss your chance to get...

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PMOG, which we've covered before, has launched today, coming out of a 10-week beta phase. It's ready for everyone to jump into, leveraging the power of constant site-surfing into a rather unique interactive experience for anyone with a Mozilla-compatible browser. Interestingly, PMOG isn't taking ad...

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We first reported on PMOG here on Massively back at the end of January. It's the product of a videogame startup called GameLayers, Inc., and claims to be a "passively multiplayer game." But unlike most online games, there are no clients or servers -- the game itself is played with just an extensio...

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Erin go braugh, laddie! Aye, it's St. Patrick's day weekend, which means that there'll be lots o' wearing o' the green and probably a little bit of celebrating and drinkin' (for those of age, of course). But being that this is a site about MMOs, there'll probably be a little game playin' as well. So...

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PMOG, the "passively multiplayer MMO," has been seeing some action around the virtual Massively office lately -- the game is basically a Firefox extension that sits in your browser, and lets you deploy mines, leave goodies, and create quests out of the actual webpages that you visit, and since we vi...

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Yes, I don't know if any of you saw it (I did in Chicago), but this past Wednesday, we had ourselves a lunar eclipse, which means that the Earth went directly in between the moon and the sun, and a shadow crossed over it. Has really nothing to do with MMOs (although it probably made WoW's Lunar Fest...

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PMOG is a multiplayer game that's not actually a game... or is it? Developed by a few programmers who have been fishing around for funding in a few different places, PMOG is actually a Firefox extension that turns web browsing into a "passively multiplayer online game"-- as you surf different web ...

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