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Monday, February 3, 2014

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Friday, May 31, 2013

Tarzan PC Game Full Version Free Download


Disney’s Tarzan also Know as Tarzan Action Game , curriculum and developed by Eurocom and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation console in 1999. Konami published a game for the Japanese noblewoman. And also released on the PC, Nintendo 64, Game Boy Color. The player takes control of the eponymous Tarzan who has in the end to save his home, the forest, of Clayton, a hunter of gorillas. Tarzan even start in childhood to learn the skills of monkeys. The game has 3 difficulties: easy, medium and hard. Difficulties in easy, medium, and a little Tarzan gets left on the tips of his friend. Tarzan'senemies are monkeys, baboons, eagles, and various animals, including humans and some Clayton.

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Processor = 400MHz
Graphics Card = 16MB


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EA SPORTS Presents a great game as always, Fifa 12 for Iphone, Ipad, Ipod, Android. It has Over 22 Leagues, more than 500 teams, more than 15000 Players.
The Most Awesome  feature of this Fifa 12 is that if you have iPod , iPhone and iPad , You can use your iPhone or iPad as controller and play on iPad on HD screen. You can do Tradingwith Players from other teams. 
You can Play the game with your friends using 2 players optioin.

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Need for Speed 3 Hot Pursuit PC Game Full Version Free Download

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Need for Speed 3 Hot Pursuit: Not only is the latest Need for Speed miles ahead of the last NFS game, but it approaches (and dare I say surpasses?), the best of the consoles in terms of sheer fun and speed.

I don't usually play racing games on the PC. Either they're pale imitations of the arcade and console racers, or they're boring 50-lap simulations. I mean, why play Need for Speed II andTest Drive 4 on the PC when I can play Super GT in the arcade and Gran Turismo on the PlayStation? For ages, I told friends that the PC had nothing on the arcade, even venerable classics like Daytona and Sega Rally. Well, I think I'm going to be eating crow for the next few weeks... and loving it. Not only is the latest Need for Speed miles ahead of the last NFS game, but it approaches (and dare I say surpasses?), the best of the consoles in terms of sheer fun and speed.

Need for Speed III is a great game. It has an exhilarating sense of speed, clean and beautiful graphics, polished production values, and trackloads of unadulterated fun. In many ways, Need for Speed III has that same addictive quality I found in Quake II, Starcraft, and Heroes of Might and Magic. That's pretty celebrated company, but I don't think it's an unfounded categorization. Need for Speed III has that same "just one more turn or just one more deathmatch" quality that the other games have. And just like in those games, the action in Need for Speed III is so engrossing and rewarding that the next time you come up for air, you'll find that two hours have whizzed by.

While Need for Speed III shares an addictive quality with those games, it has something of its own: pure speed. This game is fast and fun. The frame rate is fast and incredibly clean. I've played my fair share of PC and console racers where the pop-up was horrible, as cliffs and buildings would suddenly appear out of thin air, many seconds after you should have seen them on the horizon. Whether it's the smart track design or the beautiful engine, the bottom line is that I only saw one or two instances of minor pop-up. And multiplayer is as fast and fun as the single-player experience. The sound of your revving engine and the fast frame rate both combined to create the illusion of breakneck speeds, although the replays didn't look quite as fast I would have liked.

Aside from the speed and addictive quality, Need for Speed III has the requisite list of features that marketers like to put on boxes, journalists like to list, and consumers always look for. There are many cars, with subtle differences, and the ability to tweak more than a few car qualities, such as steering speed, aerodynamics, and suspension. And, surprisingly, the tweaks will affect your car noticeably
In classic Need for Speed fashion, there are more than a dozen supercars to race, including several bonus cars that open up with sustained excellent race results or cheat codes. The range of cars is a fascinating gallery of every car enthusiast's dream vehicles: Corvettes, Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Porsches, Jaguars, Mercedes, and an Italdesign prototype car. There are also roughly ten tracks, including the bonus track, encompassing several different environments and difficulty levels. You'll race through a canyon, snowy mountain caps, urban utopia, and forests. You can race during nighttime and in rain to add further to the track variety. Visibility takes a huge hit in either condition, making races on the harder courses incredibly treacherous. Unfortunately, I didn't experience any noticeable difference in driving under rain; the road didn't appear any slicker and handling was pretty much consistent with perfect weapon. If there was a difference, it was too subtle for me to notice.

The single-player game modes include a single race, knockoff (where you eliminate the last place of each race), tournament (where you race through the entire circuit for points), and hot pursuit. Hot pursuit is EA's answer to all the critics who lamented the loss of the cops in Need for Speed II. You aren't only trying to outrace an opponent, but also escape the pursuing cops. Three tickets, and you're out. Or alternatively, you can play the cop in pursuit. The radio chatter alerting you to the cops' presence and their strategies (pursuit or roadblock) are nice touches.

The graphics in the game are pretty amazing. The reflection on the cars is outstanding, as is the rain, and the leaves and dust that follow in your wake. The lighting is especially impressive during the night and rain races. Best of all, everything, including the up to seven competitors, animating background objects, and your rearview mirror, can be packed on screen with barely a hint of a performance hit (OK, sometimes, it will slow down slightly, but not by much). The production values on the track briefings and the car gallery are also first-rate.

There are a few problems. For one, the dashboard doesn't light up at night, and there are no windshield wipers at your disposal during rain. It's disappointing that there's no damage to your cars. I understand that none of the car companies want to see their poor little vehicles hurt in this game, but what's the excuse for not being able to dent the nonsupercars you crash into? And unlike in the latest Sega arcade racers, the cars in Need for Speed III, while maintaining an effective illusion of high-speed driving, sometimes appear too much like they are gliding on the road rather than actually driving and hugging the road. And why not just open all the regular cars (not the bonus cars) in hot pursuit, knockoff, and tournament mode? Still, it's a testament to the game's addictive fun factor that when I was racing, none of these shortcomings ever bothered me. While the arcades still have the edge in racing games, Need for Speed III goes a long way toward giving PC gamers a real taste of exhilarating arcade speed and action. 

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The House of the Dead 1 PC Game Full Version Free Download

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The House of the Dead is a rail shooter light gun game. Players use a light gun (or mouse, in the PC version) to aim and shoot at approaching enemies. The characters' pistols use magazines which hold 6 rounds; players are required to reload after using each magazine. A set of torches next to the magazine of each player represents remaining health. When a player sustains damage or shoots a civilian, one of their torches is removed. The player dies when all torches are lost. First-aid packs are available throughout the game which restore one torch. These are found either in the possession of civilians who the player has rescued or inside breakable objects. Similarly, there are also special items located in breakable objects that will grant a bonus to whoever shoots it.Throughout the course of the game, players are faced with numerous situations in which their action (or inaction) will have an effect on the direction of gameplay. This is exemplified in the opening stage of the game when a civilian is about to be thrown from the bridge to his death. If the player saves the civilian, they will enter the house directly through the front door; however, if the player fails to rescue the civilian, the character is redirected to an underground route through the sewers. If the player rescues all civilians, a secret room full of lives and bonuses is revealed toward the end of the game.AMS agents Thomas Rogan and 'G' are sent on an assignment on December 18, 1998 to investigate a series of disappearances at the Curien Mansion, home and laboratory of Dr. Roy Curien, a renowned biochemist and geneticist. Curien was obsessed with discovering the very nature of life and death, backed by the DBR Corporation and its own team of scientists. However, Curien's relentless pursuit of this goal led him to grow insane, where the nature of the experiments began taking a gruesome turn, releasing his experimental subjects into the world. When Rogan and 'G' arrive, a mortally wounded man gives them a small field diary showing information of all of Curien's deadly creations and their weak points. It is used every time the player(s) are confonted by a boss.Amidst the chaos wrought by Curien, Rogan and "G" face many formidable foes, including The Chariot, an undead, armour-clad, neo-warrior wielding a bardiche who mortally wounds Rogan's fiancĂ©e Sophie Richards before the player faces him in battle, and The Hanged Man, a winged gargoyle/bat-like creature. The Hanged Man captures Sophie in the game's opening stage before stealing away over the mansion. In the final chapter, the AMS agents confront Curien, he releases The Hermit, an eight-legged spider-like creature that spits balls of web upon them before stealing away to his lab.Upon confronting Curien a second time, the AMS agents are to encounter his masterpiece, The Magician, a humanoid demon-esque creature, with mastery of fire. After Curien releases the creature from its incubation chamber, the Magician reveals itself to be self-aware, refusing to serve any master and Dr. Curien is killed by his creation. To prevent the Magician from escaping the mansion and destroying the world, Rogan and 'G' confront the creature in one final battle. They succeed in destroying Curien's monster and are then given one last, chilling warning from the Magician.The Magician explodes. Rogan and 'G' leave the mansion, taking one last look at it from the outside.There are, however, alternate endings that the player can achieve upon completing the game. One ending, in which the camera pans to the foyer one last time; the doors open, revealing Sophie to be alive, running towards the camera saying "Thank you!", another shows Sophie has now become one of the undead--the last corpse remaining, all depending on the player's final score and the number of continues used.

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Need for Speed 4 High Stakes PC Game Full Version Free Download

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I reviewed Need for Speed 4 more than a few months ago and loved the game. It had a few shortcomings, but they were minor and insignificant compared with the outstanding gameplay and graphics. When I first played Need for Speed 4, I thought it was vastly superior to Need for Speed II. Now that I’ve played the next Need for Speed game, High Stakes, I have to ask myself: Does it surpass the third installment as easily as the third surpassed the second? Not exactly. That doesn’t mean the game is bad or even worse than Need for Speed 4. It just isn’t a huge leap in terms of graphics and gameplay.
Those who buy this game should realize that it plays very much like Need for Speed 4, but with some extra play modes and one big added feature.
The biggest feature added to the game is car damage, which we’ve all been crying for since the inception of this fine arcade racing series. I’m happy to say that on this count, the game benefits greatly from damage modeling. All cars have ratings for body, engine, suspension, and handling. Too many bumps, scrapes, and crashes will bring those ratings down. At first, the damage is subtle, but once you start racking up the collisions, you’ll see the car’s body start to warp, the windshield and windows break, and the engine start to smoke. Tires will be off kilter, and you’ll notice the performance of your car suffering commensurately. There is no way to fix your car during a race, so you are in a bind should the damage be extensive. There is a status window on the top right corner of your screen, though, so you can monitor your damage and respond accordingly. You might want to be less reckless if you see the red damage-indicator bar overtaking the blue status bar. For Need for Speed purists who don’t want to play with damage, this option can be toggled off.
Although damage cannot be repaired within a race, it can be repaired between races if you are playing in the new career mode. Unlike the tournaments in Need for Speed 4, this career mode has higher stakes attached to it, if you’ll pardon the pun. You start you off with a wad of cash and asked to purchase a lowly BMW Z3 or a Mercedes SLK 230. Then you enter a series of circuits organized into tiers. As you advance through the tiers, you earn more money, which you can use to repair your car between races, upgrade your existing cars, or buy new vehicles. There are three different types of circuits in the career play mode. There are regular races, where you try to amass the most points over three or more tracks. There is a knockout mode, where the last-place finisher in each race is eliminated from the circuit. And there is a high stakes mode, where it’s you against one other driver with your cars on the line. Each circuit has an entry fee and offers the finishers varying amounts of cash depending on how they placed. In the high stakes mode, your entry fee is your car, and the prize is the loser’s vehicle. It’s a quick way to earn a car but also a very quick way to lose one.
With ten tiers to race, and multiple circuits within each tier, there is a lot of gameplay in the career mode. The career mode also cleverly forces you into making hard choices on how to manage your car and money. Do you pay the $8000 to upgrade your car’s suspension and engine, or do you save the money and hope you can win enough in the next race to buy an all-new ride? The additional car damage and repair costs also force you to race a little smarter. In addition, persistence is rewarded, as successive victories unveil more expensive levels of cars, bonus cars, and bonus tracks.
It would be too much to ask of a gamer to play through the entire career mode in one sitting, so the game does save your progress, although you don’t have the option of saving between races in a circuit.
Aside from the career mode, there are other modes of play that make their return, as well as some new ones we haven’t seen before. There is the normal arcade mode, where you only commit to one race at a time, as well as Need for Speed 4-style tournament play. Then there is the police-chase hot pursuit mode, which is more robust in this version. There is the previous mode of hot pursuit but also two new versions, both of which add a twist to the gameplay and even more value to the overall package. Once again, though, not all cars are available in hot pursuit.
Of course, then there are all the options that the Need for Speed series is known for. You can tweak all your cars, adjust graphic details, and toggle off various gameplay elements like weather, night driving, and the existence of traffic. There is a spectacular car showcase that has a slide show, inside view, and detailed specs on all the cars. And lastly, there is the full suite of multiplayer options, although EA’s Internet racing network still isn’t final at this stage.
There is really very little to criticize about this game. Some of the graphics aren’t great, such as the dust-cloud sprites. And some of the tracks are boring, with little ambient detail. I thought the soundtrack was a weak imitation of Wipeout’s, with some annoying animal noises thrown in for bad measure. There is also the matter of the feel of the gameplay being similar to Need for Speed 4. High Stakes doesn’t feel like a sequel, even though it is a very good game on its own.
In essence, Need for Speed: High Stakes is Need for Speed 4 with car damage, a new career mode, new cars, and new tracks. It plays like its predecessor but just has so many more extras. If you already own Need for Speed 4, you have to decide whether those new features are worth the asking price. But if you don’t have Need for Speed 4, then this will be a rare treat among PC racing games. You’ll enjoy the graphics, the fast gameplay, and the plethora of cars and tracks at your disposal. 


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If you're looking for a unique twist on the single-player PC shooter, then Dead to Rights is worth your while.
Dead to Rights is about a K-9 cop named Jack Slate, who does what he can to keep the peace in a criminal cesspool called Grant City. At the beginning of the game, Slate and his trusty dog Shadow are investigating a mysterious construction site. There, Slate discovers that someone very close to him has been murdered. Against direct orders, he sets off to find some answers and to seek revenge. The story, as told through Jack's deadpan narration and the occasional CG cutscene, seems pretty straightforward at first. During the course of the game, however, it actually takes some decent twists and eventually becomes quite involving. The best that can be said for it is that, unlike most stories in games, this one does a commendable job of tying up all its loose ends before the credits roll.
Superficially, Dead to Rights unquestionably resembles Max Payne. This is mostly because that game, like Dead to Rights, is clearly inspired by a certain breed of action movies, the most notable of which is probably The Matrix. Like Max Payne, Dead to Rights is the tale of a fugitive cop who's apparently fighting alone in his war against a sinister, corrupt organization. Even the game's respective main characters have a lot in common. Their names sound alike, their dialogue is hammy and melodramatic, they shrug off bullet wounds, they shoot rapidly with two pistols at once, and when they leap through the air, all the action around them slows down. That's a lot of similarities, but that's also where the similarities end.
Dead to Rights plays differently from Max Payne--and from most other action games, for that matter. Most of the game consists of third-person action sequences in which Slate has to gun down countless foes before reaching his next objective. Just as the plot in Dead to Rights offers up a few surprises, so does the gameplay. Simple yet inventive minigames frequently figure into the action, as Slate will have to do all kinds of things, from disarming bombs to lifting weights to picking locks. These minigames rely on precise timing and/or button mashing, and they make for fun diversions. Also, Slate will have to fight unarmed in a number of sequences. Fortunately, he can switch to unarmed combat in the middle of a gunfight.
There's a lot to say about the action in Dead to Rights because Slate is a versatile fighter. He can carry a number of different firearms at once, and the game features a wide selection of real-world pistols, shotguns, submachine guns, assault rifles, sniper rifles, and more. He'll typically salvage these from fallen foes, but he wastes no time reloading, opting instead to coolly toss aside depleted weapons. Aiming in Dead to Rights is automatic. You just press and hold the right mouse button, and Slate will draw a bead on the closest foe. Once that enemy goes down, you press the right mouse button again to find your next target. You can also opt to manually aim from a first-person perspective. This rarely figures into play, though you'll sometimes need to do so when using sniper rifles.
We experienced a major bug in the first level of the game, which prevented us from playing any further. Publisher Hip Games quickly addressed the problem with a patch, and the rest of the time we spent with the game was spent without incident. Or, rather, it was spent without any additional technical foibles, as the game itself is full of "incidents" and pure action. Though Dead to Rights looks like a watered-down port of an aging console game (in fact, its looks were never its strong suit), its gameplay still holds up and survives the translation intact. It's not just another cookie-cutter shooter but plays differently in a number of key ways. So if you're looking for a unique twist on the single-player PC shooter, then Dead to Rights is worth your while.


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Spider-Man Web of Shadows (PC) Free Download Full Version No Torrent

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Game Information: 
Name :Spider-Man: Web of Shadows
Year : 2010 
Genre : Action (Slasher) / Adventure / 3D / 3rd person 
Developer : Treyarch and Shaba Games
Publisher : Activision 
Platform : PC
Publication Type : RIP
Language: English 
Language voice : English
File Format : .7 z /. rar 
Crack : Not required 
Size : 1.09 GB


 Mysterious threat looming over New York. The streets of metropolis filled with strange slime, usual people turn in awful monsters, the life slowly leaves a huge city. Suspected only one - Venom. Terrible creation, spiteful twin Spider-Man, firmly resolved to become sole owner of Manhattan. Only his «reflection» - Peter Parker himself - able to resist the impending danger. Chases, exciting blood of fight, improbable jumps and flights on the Web - all waiting for you in the new game of the beloved hero! alone are amazing talents of Peter little to confront this powerful enemy.In this battle you want to use the same weapons as the enemy. Try a dark hypostasis Spider-Man!Black suit if injects adrenaline into the blood, increases forces, gives a sense of superiority. One strike - and now the enemy writhe in agony. But the line between good and evil is always fragile, in struggle for the life of townspeople themselves, you risk becoming a generation of horror and unaccountable fury. The key to your destiny in your hands! Features: - Absolute power. For the sake of other people's lives Peter Parker is ready to sacrifice their own. Even the hordes of awful monsters it not to stop. Type the enemy into the wall, toss it in the air, crush the fatal blow - dozens of techniques available to you! - Two Ways. This time, Spider-Man will have to rely on the strength of his sworn enemy - Venom. Red and black suits grant various abilities: both those, and others needed to win, but who knows what will be the final? You sacrifice everything for the lives of others or themselves will join the powerful villain and subjugate «Big Apple"? - The city that never sleeps. New York is in full view. Huge city with millions of inhabitants. Now he's turned into a battlefield, and you have to fight for every street and every area - will fit all. In the battle with legendary villains everything is useful, what is at hand. The car, a piece of wall, concrete slab or a simple stone - any weighty subject can be turned into a dangerous weapon - "Star" team. Famous heroes of comics Marvel can become friends or sworn enemies of Spider-Man. Among them, Luke Cage and Vulture - decide which camp to join - Selective evolution. As we move to the final prize glasses allow you to create from the Spiderman of the hero of their dreams. Improve only those qualities and abilities, things to do for you!

System requirements: -

Operating system: Microsoft ® Windows ® XP SP2 / Windows ® Vista 
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 2.8 GHz or equivalent AMD Athlon 64 2800 +
Memory: 1 GB (Windows XP) / 1.5 GB (Windows Vista)
Video Card: 3D-graphics adapter with 256 MB memory, compatible with DirectX ® 9.0 and supports Pixel Shader 3.0 (Nvidia ® GeForce ® 7300 GT or better) 
Sound: Sound card compatible DirectX 9.0c with
Free hard drive space: 6 GB 
Additional software: DirectX 9.0c 
Controls: A keyboard and mouse

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For the basis of the license - Activision - - Audio quality is 100% - Video Quality 100% - Do not cut - Do not recoded - Installation takes about 15-20 minutes - Run the game with a shortcut on the desktop - By Rip - Team JPN

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