Cantr II (http://www.cantr.net/
) speaks for itself:
"Cantr II is a persistent browser-based role-playing game (PBBRPG), in
which a large number of players play an even larger number of
characters who all together form different societies all over our
virtual world. Societies exist in different languages, whereby all
language groups play in the same virtual world. . . .
Although some experience in a language is needed before one can play
in that language group, the game can be used very well to practice
your language skills in a second language. Just play one or two
characters in a non-native language and you'll be surrounded by people
talking the language you are learning."
As Cantr is meant to simulate a real-world-like world, there's lots of
room to discuss everyday concepts, like potatoes and the eating
thereof. Since the rules require that a Lojban character speak only in
Lojban, you can get practice trying to express yourself.
We need to have at least four interested players in order to be
considered viable. Who's interested?
Follow-up discussion can go to the General list.
--Warrigal (a.k.a. uorygl)
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