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Listing of projects which used aGSM engine or services... If you have used aGSM or special custom version of it in any of your projects, and want to have a link to your project here, contact us with details. If you are just planning on using aGSM in your commercial or non-commercial project, feel free to ask, too.
This freeware Internet game server browser uses aGSM's database of servers as an alternative server import source. It has many nice game configuration features, supports quite a few multiplayer games, and has a slick skinable interface. Take a look, you might like it more than the raw functionality of aGSM :)
Another great freeware game server browser, using aGSM's servers database import. hlla was mainly designed as a HalfLife/Counterstrike browser but it has already grown into a full-functional Internet browser with over 20 supported games and some unique features. Consider .hlla if HalfLife is what you play mostly.
This Hungarian gaming and scene party is the biggest one in Hungary and one of the biggest in the whole world - imagine over 1,500 gamers in one place... Playing id games from DOOM to Quake2. We wish we could attend :) Anyway, the event was held at January 29-31, 1999.
They got a special custom version of aGSM, used for local server monitoring during the party. The version we sent to Atilla is an unique 2.16b variation (not available anywhere else).
Other aGSM sub-projects and variations are commercial custom versions for Internet cafe's and game clubs; with various modifications from simple logo change to full-scale redesigns. Please contact us if you want to have a custom version, too.
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