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{{game-stable| name = Domain Country
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|developer = [[David Kinney]]
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|theme = [[List of roguelikes by theme#Educational|Educational]]
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|influences = Rogue
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|released = Aug 19, 2000
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|relver = ?
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|updated = Apr 20, 2009
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|updver = ?
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|licensing =
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|language =
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|platforms = [[DOS]], [[Windows]]
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|interface = [[ASCII]], [[Keyboard]]
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|length = 20 minutes or so
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|site = http://dochamp.tripod.com/DomainCountry.htm
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Domain Country is available in English, French, and Swedish.
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Domain Country is a rogue-like game that runs in DOS or Windows. It will help you learn the country code top level domains (ccTLDs) promulgated by ICANN.
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In Domain Country, the letters represent people from various countries. And you move your happy face through the darkened corridors of the World Internet Building by candlelight in an attempt to contact people, so you can learn their domain codes.  There are only 25 domain codes in each game, one for each letter of the alphabet - except X.  The game features an ASCII world map, random speech patterns, and might quiz you periodically.

Latest revision as of 04:41, 3 March 2014

Domain Country
Stable game
Developer David Kinney
Theme Educational
Influences Rogue
Released Aug 19, 2000 (?)
Updated Apr 20, 2009 (?)
Licensing
P. Language
Platforms DOS, Windows
Interface ASCII, Keyboard
Game Length 20 minutes or so
Official site of Domain Country


Domain Country is available in English, French, and Swedish.

Domain Country is a rogue-like game that runs in DOS or Windows. It will help you learn the country code top level domains (ccTLDs) promulgated by ICANN.

In Domain Country, the letters represent people from various countries. And you move your happy face through the darkened corridors of the World Internet Building by candlelight in an attempt to contact people, so you can learn their domain codes. There are only 25 domain codes in each game, one for each letter of the alphabet - except X. The game features an ASCII world map, random speech patterns, and might quiz you periodically.

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