So... you haven't tried 'Two Lumps' yet?
Two Lumps = cool!!
Now your guess: 'Grasshopper!' ;)
Well, it isn't as obvious as 'Caine' or 'Kung Fu'.
One clue: What was Caine, where did he come from? (i think that was one clue?)
Guessing the names of hidden rooms is a *classic* Citadel game from decades past. :)
There are a couple of rooms here that are hidden only because they're really just RSS feeds and I didn't want to clutter the default room list with syndicated content. Two Lumps is one of them.
More fun tidbits of knowledge:
* Once you access a hidden room for the first time, it isn't hidden anymore.
It will show up in your room list. This is true for both text and web clients.
* You can also create a hidden room that requires a password to gain access.
This feature is almost never used, because it's easier to create an invitation-only room and give room-admin rights to someone.
Long ago, when I ran a Citadel board in Japan, I had some elaborate games made from guess-name rooms, where the next room's clue was hidden in a room you had to guess, in a chain of guess-names that went on for a while. I never tried that here, perhaps because I'm not as enchanted by that kind of thing as I used to be.
I do remember lots of those type of games on Citadel.
Hint #1: they are names that are amusing if they appear after the words "go to" (as in the .Goto command)
Hint #2: Uncensored only has one of these two rooms.
I promissed to do and have him boot it up.
I remember a story room where a user wrote a paragraph and the next user had to continue the story by writing
another paragraph. I remember a word association room.
It was fun when he booted up his old Kaypro two 5¼ floppy drive BBS he ran before he ran citadel. CP/M based.
It was, at the time, the only Citadel running in New Jersey.
That was soon to change... <evil grin>
Store lots of messages.
Back in those days what the hell would you do with a 20 meg hard drive?
I once heard an answer to that question: "It's so big you can back it up to itself."
(Which works great until someone lets the magic smoke out.)
... use as a coffee table when it's switched off!
If you write to it enough, perhaps you can prepare coffee on it.
Maybe a breadmaker!!
Bowl-flower-water- (|) <--- Press here -go make coffee-come back in 20-put mixture in oven for 30--enjoy