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It'll focus on one woman's mission to date her 252 Tinder matches -- and of course, for full hilarity, she'll get some help from her married sister and widowed mother (who's also dating online).

At the time AOL was a Commodore 64 only online service, known as Quantum Computer Services, with just a few thousand subscribers, and was called Quantum Link.

Online graphics in the late 1980s were severely restricted by the need to support modem data transfer rates as slow as 300 bits per second (bit/s).

Player), "rated as 'the' ladder to prove your mettle in Neverwinter".

Don Daglow and the Stormfront game design team began working with AOL on original online games in 1987, in both text-based and graphical formats.

In 2008 Neverwinter Nights was honored (along with Ever Quest and World of Warcraft) at the 59th Annual Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards for advancing the art form of MMORPG games.

Don Daglow accepted the award for project partners Stormfront Studios, AOL and Wizards of the Coast.

After the release of Bio Ware's non-MMO Neverwinter Nights game in 2002, a group of former Neverwinter Nights players used the Aurora toolset included with the new game to reconstruct the content of the original Neverwinter Nights and host it online as a multiplayer game, albeit with limited player capacity.