RE: Battleground God

From: Emlyn O'regan (
Date: Thu Feb 21 2002 - 17:43:41 MST

>From the site (5 seconds before I sent this email)...

"Battleground God

Unfortunately, our web hosting company is not prepared to host this activity
at the current levels of traffic that it is generating (they phoned me up
and told me!).

Consequently, Battleground God will now only be available to subscribers of

If you're interested in philosophy then you might want to subscribe here.
However, it is NOT our recommendation that you subscribe just to access this
game (wonderful though it is!).

We are now exploring the possibilities of moving the site to a dedicated
server. If this proves possible, then this game will once again be freely
available to everyone. However, this won't happen quickly, so in the
meantime we can only apologise for the demise of this activity as a free

Subscribers can access the game via our archive (email me for a username and
password if you're not already in possession of them)

Jeremy Stangroom - TPM Online"

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Lee Daniel Crocker []
> Sent: Friday, 22 February 2002 10:21
> To:
> Subject: Re: Battleground God
> > (Emlyn O'regan <>):
> > Is the "Battleground God" game dead now?
> Looks alive to me: <>.
> -- 
> Lee Daniel Crocker <> <>
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