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Playing Internet Games

Windows XP provides several games you can play against players over the Internet—Backgammon, Checkers, Hearts, Reversi, and Spades. When you start an Internet game, the game server called zone.com finds players matched to your skill level and language from around the world. You can't select the players or locations of your opponents, but you can communicate with them by using the Chat controls.

Play an Internet Game

Click the Start button, point to All Programs, point to Games, and then click the Internet game you want.

Click Play. If you're not connected to the Internet, connect when prompted.

Click a message to send to your opponent.

Play the game.

When you're done, click the Game menu, and then click a command to start a new game with the same or different players, or exit the game.


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