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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 form [[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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'''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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Game Leader was a website in the late 1990s that tracked online players using the TEN service and also hosted custom maps. It had a prominent Blood section, alongside areas for fellow Build engine titles Duke Nukem 3D, Shadow Warrior and Redneck Rampage; later games were added with time, including Blood II: The Chosen and Shogo: MAD (presently inaccessible). Its earliest entry on the Wayback Machine is from January 1998, with news posts dating back at least until December 1997, and its last functional one is from 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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