Microsoft Comic Chat

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Name Microsoft Comic Chat
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Extension(s) .avb, .bgb
Released 1996

Microsoft Comic Chat was an IRC chat client that tried to represent a chat in the style of a comic book, with participants as graphical characters and their messages displayed in speech bubbles. It could use custom background and character graphics, given the extensions ".bgb" and ".avb", respectively. Characters and backgrounds were initially greyscale, but version 2.1 allowed the inclusion of color.[1] It was conceived, and its development led, by David Kurlander.[2] Comic Chat was released 1996 and last updated in 1999.[3]

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  1. https://www.mermeliz.com/cchars.htm#mschat21
  2. https://kurlander.net/DJ/Projects/ComicChat/resources.html
  3. Wikipedia:Microsoft Comic Chat
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