Adult avatars for chatrooms

The Palace was created by Jim Bumgardner and produced by Time Warner Interactive in 1994.

Bumgardner incorporated many features of Idaho, an in-house authoring tool he had previously developed for making multimedia CD-ROMs.

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The Palace (or Palace Chat, Chat Palace, Palace) is a computer program to access graphical chat room servers, called palaces, in which users may interact with one another using graphical avatars overlaid on a graphical backdrop.

By clicking on certain areas in a room called doors, users can travel either to different rooms in the same palace, another palace server, or an address leading to a different service, such as websites and email.

In some rooms, users are allowed to paint on the backdrop using a simple suite of drawing tools similar to oekaki.

Choose between 256m x 256m, 512m x 512m or 1024m x 1024m and then choose the amount of prims you need.