1Turbo_Genesis_64Sun 12th Jul 2009 Long before on-line video games, there was another form of gaming that connected gamers from all over the world: Play By Mail Games!Amazingly, these game are still around today. How it works is you submit your turn by mail or email as does the other players in your game. Then the PBM company acts a referee and has a computer process the turns and then sends the players the results of the previous turn and then sends you a personalized copy. If you love strategy video games like Military Madness you will loves these.I just got into these games in 2005, and I must say that I can't imagine my gaming life without them, they are very addictive and flexible to even the busiest gamers schedule.I have only played PBM games from a company called Flying Buffalo and they have been in business since 1970. Yes, there are turn fees, usually, between $2.50 to $4.50 per turn depending on the game, but that's cheap and worth it. I really enjoy a space combat game called Starweb. Lots of diplomacy and warfare between the 15 playersAnyways, I was wondering if any other people on this forum plays PBM or has played it in the past? Share your thoughts and memories on this niche pastime. EXPERIENCE MORE.... Arcade-quality graphics, awesome sound, "turbo-charged" game play, exciting TurboChip games... It's the incredible Turbo Genesis 64 Entertainment SuperSystem Experience. There's more fun, more challenge, and more excitment ready for you today!