Thursday, July 19, 2007

Saviour-V teleports into the Blood Phoenix Sanctuary again, as the monitor blinks once more...

Review #2: Backgammon

This comes courtesy of, and unfortunately, the log-in issues of this program are much worse - I've only managed to log-in once, and I've never been able to log in again, even after changing usernames. Fortunately, no spyware, adware, trojans, or the like, are present.

The similarities between Play89's online pool and Play65's backgammon are in the interface, and what you can do. In other words, you can either play for fun money, or for real money.

Tournaments are a given, as usual, but I didn't manage to check them out, so I can't really say much about them.

The same old message comes out if you're a Malaysian player that's TRYING to relog-in to the game:

"Sorry, but we cannot accept players from your country."

Here, I'd say that the guys at Play65 should try to accomodate players from any location in the world, or limit gameplay to a certain degree. Or something.

In any case, if you're looking for a quick chance to relax during a lunch break (and perhaps make a little cash on the side), you could give this a try, but if you're Malaysian, expect some frustration.


Saviour-V teleports out again, while the monitor begins retrieving data for the next review....

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