What is Your Bearglecorn III High Score?


Warning: If you don’t want to get sucked into a really addictive Pacman-like computer video game, do not play Bearglecorn III.

In celebration of the launch of the .Games domain name extension, Name.com created a fun video game called Bearglecorn III. If you were wondering where they got the name from, Bearglecorn is Name.com’s mascot who is part bear, part-eagle, and part-unicorn (that must have been some party).

Anyway, Bearglecorn III is a fun game, and Name.com is offering prizes for the top three high scorers through October 5, 2016. See the website and the contest terms and conditions for all the details.

Again, this is the type of game you could get sucked into very easily! I have played for at least an hour so far and my high score is just over 17,000 (not in the top 10).

Kudos to Name.com for coming up with a fun way to promote the .Games extension.

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  1. Elliot, sorry this is of the subject. But i just heard of these new safe exchange zones where people can exchange items they are interested in buying from people on Craigslist and other online sites and be in a safe well lit area with cameras.
    I think it’s a great idea but when i looked it up excangezone.com, it has been seized, but when i look it up in the whois directory it’s for sale at $20,000.
    Can a city or state seize a domain for there personal use when they want it?.

    Again sorry it’s off the subject…

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