Games! Games! Games! Everyone loves games, and there's nothing better than a game you can connect to using wireless from your favorite hotspot or from your private wireless network.
Here are the some of the best sites to use to find online games:
Games.com, http://www.games.com, provides board and word games, arcade games, and card and dice games. Some are solo, and some involve online interaction. Playing most of these games is free.
Jolt, http://www.jolt.co.uk, is Europe's most popular online gaming network, featuring games such as Evil Geniusin which (you guessed it) the goal is to conquer the world from your secret base using super secret agents.
MMORPG, http://www.mpog.com, features, per its acronym, "Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games" such as The Saga of Ryzom (see Figure 7.8).
Figure 7.8. MMORPG, or Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games, features role-playing extravaganzas such as The Saga of Ryzom.
Multiplayer Online Games Directory, http://www.mpogd.com, isas the name impliesa directory of online games that are intended to be played by multiple people at the same time. Fun, fun, fun!
The Online Gaming League, http://www.worldogl.com, provides a mechanism for putting together teams, or "tribes," of online game enthusiasts.
Playsite, http://www.playsite.com, provides mostly interactive games. The site features both free and for-pay games and includes some gambling.
Pogo, http://www.pogo.com, offers free and subscription content, primarily of a family-oriented nature.
Station, http://www.station.com, offers online interactive versions of many of the Sony PlayStation games.
So, have fun with all these games and your mobile computer that uses Intel Centrino mobile technology. Whatever your gaming predilections, you're sure to have a great time.