Thursday, March 03, 2005
Second Life game slides into real life
Tringo, a puzzle game created in the virtual game world Second Life, will soon be making the transition to the real world in the form of cell phone and web games, WSJ.com reports (scroll down for the story). Donnerwood Media has bought the rights to the game outside of Second Life but, here's the kicker, the game's creator Nathan Keir will retain the rights to the game inside the virtual world, where he's already made about $4,000 in real money from it.
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