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Online Gaming Zeitgeist

Okey, it’s finally online, public, and on a more-or-less stable state: the Online Gaming Zeitgeist.

What this site does is gather the number of players online for several first-person shooters games through GameSpy’s stats page and save them to a database. Later, it creates some graphs showing the fluctuation of players from one game to another. It’s something simple I did to learn a bit more of PHP, but I think the end result is cool enough. In one or two years, it’ll be nice to look at it and recall the rise and fall of some games’ online presence.

Posted on 18/Apr/2005 at 12:52 pm | Comments (0) | Trackbacks (0) | Categories: Site releases, Videogames

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