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 The [[http://​www.alternatehistory.com/​discussion/​forumdisplay.php?​f=229|Moderated Games Forum]] mostly consists of role-playing nations games where you, in theory, get to control your own nation, while negotiating and warring with those of other players. Notable Moderated Games include [[Mosaic Earth]] and [[Feudal Lands]], [[NationStates]],​ based on the [[http://​www.nationstates.net/​|NationStates]] site, which went nowhere, and Nation Games, which inspired a number of variants, including the Small Nations Game (SNG), the Continuous Nation Game (CNG) and the Technological Nation Game (TNG). The subforums hold the 2nd and 3rd A Little Trip games, currently dead, where your family and you are transported through space and time to start living as pioneers, ​ and Earth Imperialism,​ also dead. The [[XXth Century]] project was also based in the Shared Worlds section (now in Timelines and Scenarios as well as the Collaborative Projects subforum), as many members have contributed to this joint timeline. Also, a new phenomenon is Nation Games, based on the first game, New Interactive Nations Game (NING for short). Started by [[offtopic:​09camaro]],​ it features an interestuing feature where one starts with his slate clean after an apocalyptic event, and gets to expand with other players. NING, Nations Game: After Impact, and Nations Game: After the Plague are all examples. ​ The [[http://​www.alternatehistory.com/​discussion/​forumdisplay.php?​f=229|Moderated Games Forum]] mostly consists of role-playing nations games where you, in theory, get to control your own nation, while negotiating and warring with those of other players. Notable Moderated Games include [[Mosaic Earth]] and [[Feudal Lands]], [[NationStates]],​ based on the [[http://​www.nationstates.net/​|NationStates]] site, which went nowhere, and Nation Games, which inspired a number of variants, including the Small Nations Game (SNG), the Continuous Nation Game (CNG) and the Technological Nation Game (TNG). The subforums hold the 2nd and 3rd A Little Trip games, currently dead, where your family and you are transported through space and time to start living as pioneers, ​ and Earth Imperialism,​ also dead. The [[XXth Century]] project was also based in the Shared Worlds section (now in Timelines and Scenarios as well as the Collaborative Projects subforum), as many members have contributed to this joint timeline. Also, a new phenomenon is Nation Games, based on the first game, New Interactive Nations Game (NING for short). Started by [[offtopic:​09camaro]],​ it features an interestuing feature where one starts with his slate clean after an apocalyptic event, and gets to expand with other players. NING, Nations Game: After Impact, and Nations Game: After the Plague are all examples. ​
  
-Nowadays, Moderated Games are similar to Nation Games. ​ Generally, in a Moderated Game, a time period is voted upon, a god mod chosen, and then the players submit claims for nations, which the mods choose to acccept or deny.  The game begins a few days later. ​ What makes Moderated Games different from Nation Games is the fact that Moderated Games usually last a lot longer, have more "​fluff",​ and have no turn system, so each day generally represents a period of time, and no events are given for the change in time.+Nowadays, Moderated Games are similar to [[shared_worlds:​nation_games|Nation Games]].  Generally, in a Moderated Game, a time period is voted upon, a god mod chosen, and then the players submit claims for nations, which the mods choose to acccept or deny.  The game begins a few days later. ​ What makes Moderated Games different from Nation Games is the fact that Moderated Games usually last a lot longer, have more "​fluff",​ and have no turn system, so each day generally represents a period of time, and no events are given for the change in time.
  
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