Man Pays $100,000 For Virtual Playpad

Man Pays $100,000 For Virtual Playpad
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A Miami resident has bought an online game space station for $100,000 and plans to turn it into a cross between Jurassic Park and a disco. Jon Jacobs will call...

Guy Brighton
  • 10 november 2005

A Miami resident has bought an online game space station for $100,000 and plans to turn it into a cross between Jurassic Park and a disco. Jon
Jacobs will call the space
resort, in the science-fiction themed game Project Entropia, "Club
Neverdie." The resort grounds will spawn dinosaur-like monsters,
which visitors can kill. Jacobs will take a cut of the virtual resources that the carcasses yield, like hides.

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