Your first forum?

Teg

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My first forum ever I think (as far as one I created) was a free-style rap battle forum. HAHA, my oh my have I changed over the years.
 

Puppuccino

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My first forum ever was a forum called Dan’s Community. Very unimaginative name but was me and few friends and got a couple thousand posts. I loved it.

It was using phpBB 2 at the time.
 

PGen98

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The first forum I created was called No Mercy Gamers and it was on EZBoard back in 2000/2001-ish. It was dedicated to WWF No Mercy, specifically Gameshark code hacks for the game. Fun times, people would create new arenas, attires, movesets, even entire new matchtypes by spending hours writing lines upon lines of hexidecimal code values. There was a pretty big community around it, too, it was so much fun talking with people about hacking and sharing codes.
 

Allan

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The first forum I created was called No Mercy Gamers and it was on EZBoard back in 2000/2001-ish. It was dedicated to WWF No Mercy, specifically Gameshark code hacks for the game. Fun times, people would create new arenas, attires, movesets, even entire new matchtypes by spending hours writing lines upon lines of hexidecimal code values. There was a pretty big community around it, too, it was so much fun talking with people about hacking and sharing codes.
I loved the game shark is was awesome.
 

PGen98

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I loved the game shark is was awesome.
Agreed, it was a fantastic device to mod your games back then. Cheating, too, but the hacking scene was the most fun :)
 

Abizaga

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The first forum I created was called No Mercy Gamers and it was on EZBoard back in 2000/2001-ish. It was dedicated to WWF No Mercy, specifically Gameshark code hacks for the game. Fun times, people would create new arenas, attires, movesets, even entire new matchtypes by spending hours writing lines upon lines of hexidecimal code values. There was a pretty big community around it, too, it was so much fun talking with people about hacking and sharing codes.
Oh man, good times... is EZBoards even still around?
 

Abizaga

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Sadly, no, it was acquired by Yuku, who were then acquired by TapaTalk
Damn acquired by Tapatalk... a fate worse than death.
 

Carlos X

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The website doesn't exist right now, but it was a niche GameCube website, that ultimately became a multiplatform gaming site, whose site is now under the GameZone brand.

That website is called GameCube Advanced, which became Kombo.

Website's archive. THIS is how I discovered them. [Look at that design!] And THIS is what they became in my time there. [Yes, I was staff.]
 

Abizaga

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The website doesn't exist right now, but it was a niche GameCube website, that ultimately became a multiplatform gaming site, whose site is now under the GameZone brand.

That website is called GameCube Advanced, which became Kombo.

Website's archive. THIS is how I discovered them. [Look at that design!] And THIS is what they became in my time there. [Yes, I was staff.]
Oh WOW am I ever catching that good 2000s vibe from that! Oh the memories..
 

Xyphien

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Mine was a forumotion forum that was decently active and at the time pretty successful. It was for an animation program called Pivot which allowed people to make stick figure animations. Pivetworld.forumotion.com which is still up surprisingly. 2010-05-01 was the creation date of it. It's technically my second forum but the first one I've ever made was just a test to see how forumotion worked which I made in 2009 lol.
 
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