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What does LoL stand for?
LoL stands for Lands of Lore (game)
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- Labor of Love
- Lack of Laughter (less common)
- Lack of Love (game)
- Ladies of Lallybroch
- Lady of the Lake
- Land O' Lakes
- Land of Legends (Canandaigua Speedway, New York)
- Land of Lincoln
- Land of Love
- Land over Landings (Canada)
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Electronic Arts, Westwood Studios, Command & Conquer, Command & Conquer Renegade, Tiberian Sun, Red Alert, Lands of Lore, Earth & Beyond, EA SPORTS, EA SPORTS BIG and EA GAMES are trademarks or registered trademarks of Electronic Arts Inc.
Upcoming BradyGAMES titles coincide with highly-anticipated game launches including Riven; Final Fantasy VII, Bushido Blade; and Lands of Lore II.
Created high-powered, easy to used level editor for the Lands of Lore II and Lands of Lore III projects.
Formed in 1985, Westwood Studios has released several popular titles including: Dune II, the Lands of Lore series, the Kyrandia adventure trilogy, Monopoly for the Internet, the Games People Play series, Blade Runner and the Command & Conquer product line.
Electronic Arts, EA SPORTS, Maxis, ORIGIN, Bullfrog, Westwood Studios, Westwood Online, Lands of Lore, Kyrandia, Command & Conquer, and Tiberian Sun are trademarks or registered trademarks of are trademarks or registered trademarks of Electronic Arts in the United States and/or other countries.
Formed in 1985, Westwood Studios has released several popular titles including: Dune(TM) 2000, the Lands of Lore series, the Kyrandia(TM) adventure trilogy, Monopoly(R) for the Internet, Blade Runner(TM) and the Command & Conquer product line.
Among the new games that take advantage of 3Deep technology are: Expendable and Hostile Waters from Rage Software, Electronic Arts' Populous: The Beginning and Lands of Lore III, Wargasm from DID and Beam International's Dethkarz along with many others.