Name of one of the first gaming web sites:, sponsored by the infamous Commonwealth Network (which launched a zillion banners). It was LOTS of fun, interspersed with more advertising than anyone could imagine, and prizes were given away with abandon. Now, it's cold and lackluster, largely due to the absence of chat: it's rather dull to play a game, get worked up, and not be able to shake hands afterward, or exchange banter during.


Rid"dler (?), n.

One who riddles (grain, sand, etc.).


© Webster 1913.

Rid"dler, n.

One who speaks in, or propounds, riddles.


© Webster 1913.

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