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May 09, 2007

If you were ever a 10-year-old boy, you probably remember drawing elaborate, complex battle scenes in your school notebook. Donald Mustard hung onto those drawings, and 20 years later used them as the basis for his online multiplayer combat game. Check out the original drawings and the game they became. (Mine were always in space rather than underwater, but hey, to each his own.)

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My battles always took place on opposing cliffs and 8.5x11 lined notebook paper. Heavy artillery and tanks featured prominently.

Posted by: jkottke | May 10, 2007 1:43:59 PM

First impressions of the sketch— I was hoping for an underwater lode runnerish MMO.

Posted by: catmistake | May 10, 2007 8:51:45 PM

Nice to know I wasn't the only one drawing ion engine designs and planetary assault craft during algebra class.

Posted by: Brian | May 11, 2007 11:20:05 AM

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