- 13 (5)
The age limit you must have to register an account by yourself. If you are younger, please ask your parent or guardian first.
The version 1.x of Turn Watcher (At this time, from 1.0 to 1.4)
- 2000 (4)
The Microsoft Windows 2000 Operating System.
- 20-sided die
The version 2.x of Turn Watcher series. This one will start soon. We already have a software running, but some low level library problems currently prevent us from releasing this version. (Dec 2008)
- game (52)
- Gary Gygax (10)
Ernest Gary Gygax (1938-2008) is the creator of Dungeons & Dragons in collaboration with Dave Arneson.
- Gen Con (2)
International conferences, contests, games... Thousand of gamers meet at Gen Con each year! For more info: http://www.gencon.com/
- Gentoo (1)
A Linux distribution.
- ghoul (1)
A living dead humanoid that dwells in cemeteries and other inhabited places. Requires fire or magic to kill.
- Gimp (1)
- GM (4)
- GUI (4)
Graphical User Interface--the windows in a software.
A tool used to compress files.
- KDE (4)
The K-Desktop, based on the Qt library by Nokia (previously by TrollTech)
- KDE Ubuntu
- keyboard (2)
- Kubuntu (5)
A special Ubuntu distribution specialized for the KDE.
- ready (4)
Requirements for Turn Watcher™ to work on your computer.
- Robert E. Howard (2)
As a character in a role playing game, you are playing that role.
- roll (6)
- root (1)
The main user who administrates a Linux operating system.
- round (6)
- RPG (3)
Abbreviation of Role Playing Game.
- version (20)
The software version, representing what features are available. Turn Watcher has two series so far: 1.x and 2.x.
- Vista (4)
The Vista Operating System from Microsoft.
- wargame (3)
- will (21)
- Win32 (1)
Since Windows 2000, Microsoft called its operating system Win32 after the number of bits used for integers in the Intel and AMD processors. Since then, Microsoft added Win64 to support newer processors.
- Win64 (1)
The first home edition MS-Windows system that was actually working decently. However, like all the 3.1 series, the memory model was really bad and thus many software would "interact" randomly. First called Win97, the two digits stand for the year of commercialization. Now Win32 and Win64 are used and represent a number of bits of the processor supported.
- Windows (11)
- Wizards of the Coast (6)
- wxWidgets (2)