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Roger Wilco Mark I.d

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A virtual walkie-talkie that let's you talk to your friends as you play online games.

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Description

Roger Wilco is a virtual walkie-talkie that let's you talk to your friends as you play online games such as Quake, Half-Life, etc.

The Integrated Channel Browser is included so that you no longer need rely on swapping IP addresses by instant messenger, e-mail, etc. The built-in channel browser displays a list of all channels currently running. ( You can hide your channel from the public list when you create a new one.)

Auto-patching will automatically search for the latest versions so you never have to manually search again. The new Base Station tab allows you to launch a dedicated Roger Wilco Base Station. Previously, the Base Station was only available as a separate download and launched via clumsy DOS command line parameters.