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My English is really poor, so I am sorry if it cause difficulty to read in advance.

I am a CoC player for almost two years and I usually play in the Chinese community(mostly with Taiwanese and Mainlanders). And the trend over there is running games/adventures via communication applications such as QQ, Line, Whatsapp etc. And text-gaming are more prefered than voice-gaming as you can run the sessions everywhere with only a smartphone. 

So, I'm curious if this type of gaming is popular in the US? I have seen many gameplays in Youtube and they seem to be playing in person or at least using Zoom.

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I use Discord for video online gaming and the mRPG app for text-based. The mRPG app is awesome, allowing you to create character sheets, speak as NPCs, roll dice with modifiers, and many more things. I'm still waiting for the audio message feature to make it the perfect app.

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5 hours ago, Hydracap said:

thanks for the recommendation! Will try it later on ^^

Welcome to the forum, we love Call of Cthulhu:)

I personally use the application Skype, but I've heard this site is good https://roll20.net/  (I haven't used it myself, so I wouldn't really know, just what I've been told:) I also second the Discord recommendation.

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10 hours ago, Hydracap said:

My English is really poor, so I am sorry if it cause difficulty to read in advance.

I am a CoC player for almost two years and I usually play in the Chinese community(mostly with Taiwanese and Mainlanders). And the trend over there is running games/adventures via communication applications such as QQ, Line, Whatsapp etc. And text-gaming are more prefered than voice-gaming as you can run the sessions everywhere with only a smartphone. 

So, I'm curious if this type of gaming is popular in the US? I have seen many gameplays in Youtube and they seem to be playing in person or at least using Zoom.

Your English is good sir.  Most of the people around my parts play in person in small groups.

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