GP community.. after the GP? (pt 2)


skeezix

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Hey folks,

Continuing the thread began earlier; I'd like to keep in contact with old faces who've departed our beloved scene and provide a place for people to go if they're wantign to talk handheld gaming without respect to any specific platform.. if you're a gamegeek or handheld nerd, and want to have a little community.. its hopefulyl going to be a good place to go.

Its called Handheld Gamer (and also Handheld Devver), for folks to hang out who are interested in handheld gaming in general, be it GP32, Zodiac, GBA, whatever.

Just a place for all of us to hang out without being GP32 specific.

This is not in any way trying to undermine the GP32 scene by which I'm still very intereste din and daily using my GP32! It is in no way there ot hurt GP32x, GP32Emu, GP32Spain, or any other fine and cool site. But it is just a way to try and start up a forum that is about handheld gaming and to try and keep in contact with everyone I know and admire here. Some peopel have left our beloved GP32 community, and I hope that that sort of thing wont' happen .. if your'e going to bail sometime, come to this new forum and we'll still stay in contact!

So if you want to gab about Zodiac, GP32, GBA, NGage, handheld gaming and devving in geral, chat, make fun of people, dream about new toys and games...

Come hang out on my little forum :)

You can get to it from the http://www.codejedi.com main website - the direct link is this though: http://shadow.skeleton.org/cgi-bin/mb/YaBB.cgi, or a link to the specific forum for Handheld Gamer: http://shadow.skeleton.org/cgi-bin/mb/YaBB...B.cgi?board=hhg

jeff
 

Arda

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I don't think we need another forum.. but ofcourse I'll join every activity about gp32. But how about a mailing list? Mailing lists always feels more warm to me.
 

Rico

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You could always have a mailing list with a message board interface (www.dbforums.com does the same with a UBB and USENET) -- not sure if that would cost you though.
 
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