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'''Game Leader''' was a website in the late 1990s that tracked online players using the [[:wikipedia:Total Entertainment Network|TEN]] service and also hosted custom maps. It had a prominent ''Blood'' section, alongside areas for fellow [[Build]] engine titles ''[[:wikipedia:Duke Nukem 3D|Duke Nukem 3D]]'', ''[[:wikipedia:Shadow Warrior|Shadow Warrior]]'' and ''[[:wikipedia:Redneck Rampage|Redneck Rampage]]''; later games were added with time, including ''[[Blood II: The Chosen]]'' and ''[[Shogo: MAD]]'' (presently inaccessible). Its earliest entry on the [[:wikipedia:Wayback Machine|Wayback Machine]] is from [[Fact Timeline#1998|January 1998]], with news posts dating back at least until [[Fact Timeline#1997|December 1997]], and its last functional one is from [[Fact Timeline#2002|December 2002]]. Thereafter it turns into an online casino games site. The earlier variations of the site are the best preserved, including a semi-functional map database. One of its principal maintainers was [[Arjan Van Rossen]], and it served as an incubator for what became ''[[Banzai's Add-On]]'' (1998), the first large scale fan add-on. Its most comparable descendent is [[blood.freeminded.de]].
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'''Game Leader''' was a website in the late 1990s that tracked online players using the [[:wikipedia:Total Entertainment Network|TEN]] service and also hosted custom maps. It had a prominent ''Blood'' section, alongside areas for fellow [[Build]] engine titles ''[[:wikipedia:Duke Nukem 3D|Duke Nukem 3D]]'', ''[[:wikipedia:Shadow Warrior|Shadow Warrior]]'' and ''[[:wikipedia:Redneck Rampage|Redneck Rampage]]''; later games were added with time, including ''[[Blood II: The Chosen]]'' and ''[[Shogo: MAD]]'' (presently inaccessible). Its earliest entry on the [[:wikipedia:Wayback Machine|Wayback Machine]] is from [[Fact Timeline#1998|January 1998]], with news posts dating back at least until [[Fact Timeline#1997|December 1997]], and its last functional one is from [[Fact Timeline#2002|December 2002]]. Thereafter it turns into an online casino games site. The earlier variations of the site are the best preserved, including a semi-functional map database. One of its principal maintainers was [[Arjan Van Rossen]], and it served as an incubator for what became ''[[Banzai's Add-On]]'' (1998). Its most comparable descendent is [[blood.freeminded.de]].
  
 
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