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  1. Microsoft on Google Stadia: “They don’t have the content” Project xCloud might be one of the most exciting projects coming from Microsoft if you’re a gamer, as many of the high-graphics games you have grown to love on your Xbox One will be playable right on an Android or iOS phone via cloud streaming. Of course, a project like this is bound have some competition, and Google thinks it can join the game streaming party with its upcoming project Stadia that was announced last month. Microsoft and Google have always been stiff competitors, so it shouldn’t come to any surprise that Microsoft’s chief marketing officer for the Xbox, Mile Nichols, says that Google and other competitors “don’t have the content” it takes to win subscribers, even if he did admit that they do “have the cloud infrastructure.” The argument is understandable given the wide developer support since the 2001 release of the original Xbox console. So Google definitely has its work cut out for it in terms of attracting developers to support the platform. Even then, Google’s Stadia has its own features that stand out from the cloud, including 4K HDR 60fps streaming, integration with YouTube and the Google Assistant, and its exclusive controller that connects straight to the gaming server via Wi-Fi to eliminate having to re-pair it from device to device. The head of Xbox, Phil Spencer even admitted that he was “impressed”with what Google has shown so far. Even then, Nichols also pointed out that the millions of Xbox One gamers will always get the “best experience with local processing power,” something Google won’t be offering when Stadia launches. For now, we’ll just have to wait for the public trials of the two services when they become available to see what the companies have planned. Source
  2. Windows 10 version 1809 features many gaming improvements inspired by user feedback Microsoft is big these days on collecting user feedback, and that includes Xbox and Gaming on Windows 10. Yesterday the PC Gaming team posted on some ideas, inspired by user feedback in the Xbox Idea Hub, a subreddit of the Xbox Insider Reddit group, that made it all the way in to shipping Windows 10 code, and are now part of the Windows 10 1809 update. Because of your feedback, Windows can now disable processes while playing a game, the most requested feature on the Idea Hub with 5,115 votes. Just go to Settings > Gaming > Game Mode, and toggle the feature on to delay Windows Update driver installs and restart dialogs. Windows Notifications are now also hidden by default when playing a PC game, but you can control what notifications are still visible by going to Settings > System > Focus Assist. Users providing feedback have also influenced the introduction of a battery indicator for connected Xbox controllers, the ability to automatically adjust power profiles to emphasize performance when a game is launched, and share screenshots to Twitter while playing a game. Feedback is important, and who knows, maybe your favorite suggestion will make it in to the next version of Windows! Source
  3. Google leads gaming down a perilous path Image copyrightGETTY IMAGES Image captionPhil Harrison said the firm had been running the product on a connection speed of "around 25mbps" The future of the games industry, at least as Google sees it, is in streaming. It’s a trend that feels inevitable - just ask anyone in the music, TV or film business. Streaming is where it's at, and the possibility for what can be streamed has only ever been bound by the limitations of internet connectivity. Google thinks its technology can make streaming games a plausible and possibly even pleasurable reality. One where gamers aren’t driven to insanity by stuttering gameplay and slow-reacting characters. For the sake of argument, let’s assume it succeeds. Where might Google - with its track record for upending business models, often with unintended consequences - lead the industry? Shifting costs Games consoles are expensive. The games are (mostly) expensive. Google’s Stadia could eliminate both costs, replacing them with a subscription fee. A ballpark figure might be $15-$30 a month - though some predict big name titles might have an additional fee on top, like buying a new movie on Amazon Prime Video. Good news? It depends on where you’re coming from. For gamers, there are a number of hurdles. Phil Harrison, Google’s man in charge of Stadia, told me his team's tests managed 4K gaming on download speeds of “around 25mbps”. For context, Microsoft currently suggests a minimum of just 3mbps to play “traditional” games online. And the difference between getting 3mbps and 25mbps? Hundreds of dollars a year in payments to your internet service provider. Or, the difference could be not being able to play at all - 25mbps is more than double the average connection speed across the US, according to research commissioned and part-funded by, er, Google. Image copyrightGETTY IMAGES Image captionGoogle's immense network infrastructure could see it succeed at games streaming where others have fallen short Mr Harrison did say he's confident the technology will improve so as to allow play at lower speeds, but that's definitely not a promise. So - good news games companies, then? History offers a mixed picture. The big fear will be in succumbing to what has happened to the music industry. Streaming has meant royalty payments have been squeezed so dramatically, even elite musicians can struggle to make a living through record sales. (It's not the stars worst hit, it's worth noting, but the trumpet players to the stars, and so on) In the TV/movie business, the deep pockets of Netflix et al have meant studios seem more flush than ever, but you wonder how long that can continue. The $15bn Netflix is planning to spend on new content this year is considered by most investors to be wholly untenable. So that leaves Google, and for Google it is undoubtedly a good move. Without any existing skin in the game of gaming platforms, there is little to lose and everything to gain. Google sees YouTube, where billions of hours of gaming have been uploaded, as just one half of a very lucrative puzzle. Stadia (it hopes) will make up the rest. ‘Microtransactions inevitable' A bigger question, though, might be how the games themselves may have to change in order to accommodate a new business model if streaming becomes the dominant way consumers access their games. It might leave publishers bereft of a huge income stream, instead scrapping - with the rest of the industry - for a slice of those $15-30-a-months. For big publishers, massive reach, and exclusivity deals, might make the numbers just about add up. And for tiny indie developers, with one or two people, that might work well: a huge audience a button click away. Media captionWATCH: Google's Phil Harrison on whether people will need to pay for high-speed internet But to me, the model shows signs it could leave a very exposed middle ground of medium-sized games makers, whose costs are too high to be offset by the amount of players the title will attract. With many of the most creative ideas coming via these nimble-yet-powerful studios, I worry what an even tougher business model might do. Now, the wild success and profitability of free-to-play Fortnite, which offers cosmetic upgrades for a fee, shows games makers can make astronomical amounts of money without an upfront cost or overly-intrusive in-game monetisation. But how many Fortnite-esque successes can the market sustain? Two? Three? If it does indeed go for a subscription model, Google has some important decisions to make about how will dish money out to publishers. On YouTube, one of the stats that determines how much ad revenue creators get is "minutes watched”. In gaming, "minutes played” could lead to some developers introducing gameplay mechanics that are counter-intuitive to a good time, but vital if they are to gain income. Or, developers might have to make up the loss of funds by encouraging players to pay for additional items to progress more quickly, in a far more aggressive manner than console gamers are used to today. The ad-laden, endorphin-pumping, lootbox-peddling mobile gaming industry might be considered the canary in a very miserable coal-mine, here. Paying for a games console, and its games, may not be such a bad thing after all. Source
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  5. Credit: Nvidia Nvidia may split its gaming GPU lineup into RTX and GTX series, including a new GTX 1160 Ti, according to reports. Videocardz suggests that a new card, the 1160 Ti, may launch around the same time as the rumored RTX 2060. Videocardz points to a Chinese site called Expreview, which is only available behind a password, so we can't directly verify it, so you should take this news with big grains of salt. It suggests that the new GPU may be called the 1660 Ti, though the Videocardz tipster suggests 1160 is the branding. According to the reports, the new series will still use Nvidia's Turing GPUs. The sites suggest that the RTX 2060 will use a TU106-200 GPU, while the GTX 1160 will have a TU116. The marketing also mentions "Turing Shaders," which would likely Ray Tracing exclusive to the RTX line. Additionally, the site says that there will be no RTX 2050, and that entry level cards will all be part of the 11 series. NVIDIA Allegedly Launching GeForce RTX 2060 and GeForce GTX 1160 in January – Both RTX (Ray Tracing) and GTX (Non-Ray Tracing) Lineups To Co-Exist It looks like NVIDIA is planning to offer mainstream and entry-level graphics cards in both GeForce RTX and GeForce GTX options. The information comes straight from Videocardz who report that a new mainstream lineup of GPUs is being created that would be labeled under the GeForce GTX 11 series and co-exist with the GeForce RTX 20 series cards. NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 To Be The Entry Level Ray Tracing Options – All Non-Ray Tracing Cards Allegedly Being Branded Under the GeForce GTX 11 Series Family We have been hearing multiple reports for a while that NVIDIA is soon going to introduce their new GeForce RTX 2060 graphics card. Featuring the same TU106 GPU core that is featured on the RTX 2070, the RTX 2060 will feature a slightly cut down core configuration along with 6GB GDDR6 VRAM that will run across a 192-bit bus interface. We are expecting 1920 CUDA cores for the card and an entry-level Ray Tracing performance while being near GTX 1070 Ti in terms of overall performance. Now it is being reported that while the GeForce RTX 2060 launches next month, it would be the entry level Turing RTX options. NVIDIA is allegedly planning to extend their Turing GPUs to the mainstream category but they would be branded under a different family which will continue to use the GeForce GTX label. This would be known as the GeForce 11 series and a continuation from the GeForce 10 series Pascal cards. While these cards would be based on the Turing architecture, the Ray Tracing cores will be non-existent as the performance wouldn’t be of a suitable caliber to offer such a graphics performance impacting feature such as ray tracing itself. Also, we have seen that Ray Tracing GPUs are generally more expensive to manufacture on the 12nm process node as it makes the die bigger than their predecessors which is something NVIDIA would want to avoid with the sub $250 US graphics cards Now it is being reported that while the GeForce RTX 2060 launches next month, it would be the entry level Turing RTX options. NVIDIA is allegedly planning to extend their Turing GPUs to the mainstream category but they would be branded under a different family which will continue to use the GeForce GTX label. This would be known as the GeForce 11 series and a continuation from the GeForce 10 series Pascal cards. While these cards would be based on the Turing architecture, the Ray Tracing cores will be non-existent as the performance wouldn’t be of a suitable caliber to offer such a graphics performance impacting feature such as ray tracing itself. Also, we have seen that Ray Tracing GPUs are generally more expensive to manufacture on the 12nm process node as it makes the die bigger than their predecessors which is something NVIDIA would want to avoid with the sub $250 US graphics cards source source
  6. Atlas Game Release Date and Time Steam COUNTDOWN: Pirate MMO Latest News and Price Updates (Pic: STUDIO WILDCARD) Atlas is the brand new pirate game from Studio Wildcard, the developers behind the huge survival game hit, Ark Survival Evolved. The new game was revealed earlier this month at The Game Awards 2018 and teased fans with the prospect of a new world of exploration, survival and conquest. For anyone who didn't the see reveal, the game combines fantasy elements with a ‘New World’ feel, and seems to heavily revolve around ship-based travel and combat, underworld exploration and crafting. So it's a little bit Sea of Thieves if you've enjoyed that Pirate jaunt on Xbox this year. However, being a Studio Wildcard game, it will also allow for a huge number of concurrent players in one environment. 40,000 so we've been told! Equally, the game's map is supposedly 12000x the size of a single Ark Survival Evolved server. So you won't be short on worlds and different biomes to explore! Initially, the game was set to launch on Steam this December - ahead of an Xbox One Early Access launch next year - however, the game's launch has twice been delayed in the past seven days. Initially the game was set to launch on December 13th, however, that launch was delayed by a further week, with the developer explaining why on Steam: “It's a vast virtual world out there across the Atlas, and the team's going to use that extra time to review every portion of it thoroughly. "We're sorry about the delay, and we know how much everyone is looking forward to establishing their empires!” However, when the games second launch window of December 19th came (last night) it was once again pushed back. According to PCGamesN this was confirmed in a message in the official Atlas Discord as well as in a new extended trailer. But, there doesn't appear to be any explanation for the second delay. Either way, we not know that the new Atlas Early Access launch date is set for Friday, December 21. There doesn't also to appear to be any time frame on when it will launch. However, the game was expected to set sail at 11pm GMT last night, so we might expect that it will launch at roughly the same time. For the time being, keep reading for a recap about the game, it's main features and a look at the game with some spectacular new gameplay screenshots released over the past two weeks. About Atlas From the creators of ARK: Survival Evolved comes ATLAS – a massively multiplayer first-and-third-person fantasy pirate adventure. ATLAS will host up to 40,000 players exploring the same Globe simultaneously, with an unprecedented scale of cooperation and conflict! Stake your claim in this endless open world as you conquer territory, construct ships, search for buried treasure, assemble forts, plunder settlements and hire crew to join your powerful growing armada. Start small then expand your spheres of influence from a small island, up to an unstoppable pirate empire that spans across the oceans. Wage battle against enemy fleets as you singlehandedly can command large ships of war using the captaining system (or divide up to the responsibilities among your trusted lieutenants), or take control of any weapon directly with your own character. Dive deep into the briny water to explore permanent sunken wrecks and recover salvage, unearth the loot from procedurally-generated Treasure Maps and challenge zones, or complete challenging main questlines. Team up with other aspiring adventurers and sail into the vast ocean to discover new lands rich with region-specific elements, tame exotic natural and mythical creatures, raid forgotten tombs, confront powerful ancient gods and even build and administer your own colonies, cities, and civilizations to dominate the ATLAS in this ultimate quest for fortune and glory! Many generations later, as living memory of the “Sundering” has faded into legend and the once-plentiful magical energy has long since dissipated, descendants of the protectors of the Heart of the Goddess — known as “Pathfinders” — emerge from their provincial oceanic lives to explore the new continents and islands, and seek out the power they may yet contain. Across the vast new world they’ll encounter hostile creatures, technological remnants of the Golden Age past, and ultimately the undying spirit of Xevos himself and his soulless “Army of the Damned”, still intent on recovering the pieces of the Heart of the Goddess to raise the continents once again under his vision. If the latest generation of Pathfinders can outwit and outgun Xevos and his legions, and recover the Heart pieces for themselves, they will be faced with the very same choice: whether to attempt to restore the old world, or build a new better one… Atlas Key Features MMO On the Grandest Scale – Physically sail in real-time across throughout the vast oceans with the proprietary server network technology. Explorers will voyage to over 700 unique landmasses with thousands of Discovery Zones, and ten distinct regions each having their own unique resources, creatures, secrets, and environment hazards! Construct the Ship of Your Dreams, Plank by Plank! – Build drydocks and start with a dinghy rowboat, basic raft, tiny sloop or nimble schooner, moving on up to your own versatile brigantine or titanic galleon capable of transporting hundreds of crew and extensive cargo. Name your ship in big bold letters, paint and copy your own pirate flag and custom-place all the pieces of your ship — which sails and where, planks and gunports, every single structure piece has a physical Weight and Material — to function exactly how you want. Captain your Crew! – Recruit real players and AI crew from freeports or rescue seasoned crew from destroyed “Army of the Damned” shipwrecks to man distinct stations on your boat! Set sail and explore the ATLAS with them to gain experience and level up their stats or gear, as well as levelling your Ship. Your crew are versatile! Whether on land, or ship, or even riding behind your animal companions on emplacements, they can man weapons of all kinds– cannons, swivel guns, siege engines, turrets, and even gigantic mortars, many with dynamically swappable ammo types including grapeshot, chainshot, spikeshot, liquid fire, and more! Instruct them to board enemy ships and help you conquer the seas! Keep their stomachs full and their pockets full of gold lest you want a mutiny in your hands! Take on the Captain’s Wheel or divide up the command responsibilities via Lieutenant Podiums to direct the Ship’s assignable weapon systems, sails, and stations, including standing-orders or manual grouped fire. Or, walk up to any station and take control of it yourself! Pirate PVP to the Limit – Everything is up for grabs including player’s ships, their crew, their pets, their forts, their land, and their booty. If you can get your hands on it, you can take it. A ship’s permanent logbook tells the tale of their legendary travel, exploits and ownership. Be the Hero or Villain you were meant to be – MMO-scale character progression systems include, at launch, over 15 Disciplines with over 300 Skills, in a vast unlockable tree. New “Feat” system allows for active and passive bindable character abilities, while new stat-buff system allows innumerable abstract statistics to be modified by Skills, Items, and Armor. And now, everything has scalable stats, including structures, and can be progressively Upgraded! This is Who You Are – Extensive character visual customization enables an endless range of realistic (and not-so-realistic) characters, with a vast array of sliders, morphs, muscle tones, and tweakable values. You can even per-pixel design your own permanent tattoos (and then draw warpaint on top of that too!). If someone exists in the real world, they should be creatable in ATLAS! Best-in-class dynamic hair growth and real-time aging systems allow you to get old and… pass on your legacy? (Or find a fountain of youth!). Endless Adventure – Full Quest and Waypoint systems, with sub-quests and rewards, for major goals — while procedural treasure maps and challenge zones also ensure there’s always something new to find out over the horizon. Intense Action – Tactical melee combat systems with blocks, parries, dodges, character motion, optional shields, stunning and strength-varying strikes, directional attacks, and more for use in either first or third person perspectives. Fists, swords, maces, blackjacks, daggers, and much more give you tremendous options to pick the right weapon for the job. Meanwhile, period period-appropriate-weaponry with skill-based active reload systems include flintlock pistols, muskets, blunderbuss, and more — just be sure to keep your powder dry! Claim What’s Yours – Form a company, claim territory and apply taxation and behavior rules to that which you own: be a benevolent governor, a feudal lord, or a ruthless dictator. Territory ownership is visualized on your dynamic zoomable World Map, with Fog of War obscuring uncharted regions and Shroud of War hiding enemy territories out of sight range. Contest other government’s ownership of land, structures, or ships to expand your empire! The top large-scale Spheres of Influence on the Official ATLAS‘ are visualized in real-time on the PlayATLAS.com website. Design your own custom flag per-pixel to apply to your claims, to be famous (or infamous)! Creatures Great and Small – More than 50 creatures at launch varying from breedable utilitarian farm animals & shoulder mounted parrots and monkeys that offer unique buffs, all the way to magical mermaids and gigantic sea monsters of legend. Creatures can be found in their logical regions, but take skill and tactics to tame using new mechanics, while also gaining the most benefit and fertility from their natural biomes. Ferry these temperamental creatures across the vast oceans in a virtual Noah’s Ark to trade in exotic locales. Freeports to Meet & Greet – Level-capped starter zones allow you to learn the ropes and meet new players in a safe space before you venture out into the great unknown. Where the wind and destiny takes you beyond that, is up to the gods! Build Your Empire – Overhauled building systems include automatic foundational elevation adjustment, dynamic tile type swapping, improved snap detection & previewing, integrated plumbing systems, per-pixel-paintable everything, beast-of-burden harness attachments for field-gun and carriages, and much more! Survival systems newly include, among other aspects, Vitamins benefits and deficiencies, with recipe & cooking skills and varying ingredient qualities. Powerful Mod and Server Functionalities – Want to build a World War II Spitfire? Or a Flying Fortress bomber with fully walkable interior and gun stations, carrying troops loaded with machine guns and rocket launchers? How about a Tank? An Aircraft Carrier to play out the Battle of Midway on an expansive scale? How about an Arcadian Steampunk Airship floating through a cloud-world? These examples and much more are provided with the ATLAS Dev Kit, where you can make effectively create whatever large-scale MMO action game you want to see happen, all supported by the database-driven network technology that powers ATLAS. Unofficial ATLAS’ can be of any size and configuration, while a visual map tool lets server hosts layout their own complete custom world of islands, continents, terrain features, spawns, resources, hazards, underwater zones, dynamic weather, biome configurations, ecology, and an infinite number of other configurable features — all dynamically streamed to the client during gameplay. The possibilities are endless! Far, Far More – Stay tuned for more details on the extensive features and content of ATLAS. This brief sampling is just the tip of the iceberg (though be sure to watch out for those in the polar regions, as they’re extremely dangerous to ship hulls!!). A Brief History of ATLAS – Long-ago, far above the watery world of ATLAS there once existed a magic-powered “Golden Age”– where great Empires of the Sky lived at peace alongside magical creatures, flourishing upon floating continents above the clouds, all powered by a magical source of energy known as the Heart of the Goddess, granted by the powerful beings who dwell in the stars beyond. However, a powerful warlord known as Xevos sought to unite the human civilizations over the magickind, and launched a war that broke the Heart into pieces, unleashing a wave of destruction that shattered the floating landmasses and plunged them into the waters below. source
  7. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) has been rumoured to receive its own battle royale mode since last year. Aptly dubbed “Danger Zone”, Valve has made the mode official alongside making the game free-to-play, but it seems that not everyone supports the move. Danger Zone is “a fast-paced battle royale game mode built on CS:GO’s tactical gameplay where players use their wits, skill, and resources to fight to the finish,” according to Valve, including the same weapon play found in the base game. The crucial difference between Danger Zone and pre-established competitors on the market is its smaller 16-player count in singles and 18-player count in duos and triples, making games last just 10 minutes apiece. Blacksite, Danger Zone’s single map is relatively small in comparison to PUBG, Fortnite and Blackout, but it is still jarring for the average Counter-Strike player in size. As usual, players land with a knife after choosing their drop zone and have to procure their weapons and equipment onsite. Cash is still important, and can be found lying on the ground, looting enemy players, in safes that can only be accessed by blowing it with a C4 and as a reward for escorting hostages to pick-up zones. Cash allows players to purchase weapons, just like the base game, however it’s still advised that they be conservative with ammo. Ammo is scattered across the map, but it is an incredibly scarce resource that could determine the outcome of the match. Long-term players will be happy to learn that skins carry over from the base game to Danger Zone, and there are seventeen new seasonal skins up for grabs. New players shouldn’t be intimidated, as they will be given “non-prime” member status and placed into a separate matchmaking pool to avoid unbalanced gameplay. “When you have Prime Status you are matched with other players who also have Prime Status, and Prime users are eligible for Prime-exclusive souvenir items, item drops, and weapon cases,” Valve explains. Although Valve seems to have confidence in its Valve Anti-Cheat (VAC), some players are concerned that making the game free-to-play will see an influx of cheaters that would have otherwise been deterred by the entry fee. Others are more concerned about the money they spent on a game that has now lost its paid status. View: Original Article.
  8. TinyNvidiaUpdateChecker Tiny application which checks for NVIDIA GeForce GPU drivers, written in C-sharp (C#) for Windows Visit the wiki for more information about the application! This application has a simple concept, when launched it will check for new driver updates for your NVIDIA gpu! With this you no longer need waste your time searching if there's something new to get. Download Downloads are available at the end of the post. Don't forget to download HtmlAgilityPack.dll which is a dependency and must be in the executing directory. Forkers HTML Agility Pack will automatically install when attempting to debug the project (make sure you're running the latest version of VS2017), or you may manually install it by doing the following: Open up your Package Manager Console and type in Install-Package HtmlAgilityPack. Requirements Windows 10, 8.x or 7 .NET framework 4.5 HtmlAgilityPack.dll in same folder as the executable (automatic download from v1.8.0 and up) Stable internet connection (optional) WinRAR or 7-Zip (only if using minimal installer method) [1.13.0] - 2018-06-06 Added QuickEdit is now disabled, no more accidentally stalling the application Changed Minor message when hash doesn't match Updated HAP to v1.8.4 Fixed Minimal installer not extracting new required EULA files #41 - thanks cywq Downloads 124 KB HtmlAgilityPack.dll 160 KB TinyNvidiaUpdateChecker.v1.13.0.exe Source code (zip) Source code (tar.gz) FYI: Update notified to nsane.forums by Actarusse.
  9. Portable gaming has come in many forms over the past few decades with both Sega and—more successfully—Nintendo putting gaming hardware in our pockets. More recently, the focus has switched to gaming on our smartphones. Now we are getting gaming on a keyring thanks to PocketSprite. PocketSprite claims to be the world's smallest portable gaming device, and it's hard to argue against that. It measures just 55 by 32 by 14mm, and yet inside you'll find a super bright 96-by-45-pixel display (25 by 22mm 5:4 screen ratio) capable of 60fps, a mono speaker, rechargeable battery, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, a D-pad and four buttons under the screen, and a Micro USB port for battery recharging. It supports Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Master System, and Game Gear games playable on the included GNUBoy and SMS Plus emulators. There's also a so-called "Boss Mode," allowing the PocketSprite to instantly turn on and let you pick up where you left off playing a game. Adding new games is done over Wi-Fi and stored on the the PocketSprite's 128Mbit flash drive. PocketSprite was developed by a team in Hong Kong led by Jeroen Domburg. He originally built the device as a proof-of-concept in 2016, and it proved popular with those who saw it. Now it's (hopefully) coming to market if the CrowdSupply crowdfunding campaign is a success. The team is asking for $20,000, of which $7,505 has already been pledged. If you want a PocketSprite, early birds can secure one to put together themselves for just $45 with free shipping worldwide. A pre-assembled unit is $55 and a Deluxe Edition, which uses a "machined aerospace-grade aluminum case and quartz screen protector," costs $199; only 200 will be offered. Article
  10. Cheatbook-Database 2018 + Updates CheatBook DataBase 2018 - The encyclopedia of game cheats. A die hard gamer would get pissed if they saw someone using cheats and walkthroughs in games, but you have to agree, sometimes little hint or the "God Mode" becomes necessary to beat a particularly hard part of the game. If you're an avid gamer and want a few extra weapons and tools the survive the game, CheatBook DataBase is exactly the resource you would want. - Find even secrets here. Cheatbook-Database - Games, Cheats, Hints, Tips, Walkthroughs, Trainer and Cheat Codes... Cheatbook-DataBase 2018 is a cheats code tracker that makes hints, Tricks, Tips and cheats (for PC, Walkthroughs, Playstation, Playstation 2, Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Sega, Nintendo 64, Nintendo DS, DVD, Gameboy Advance, Gameboy Color, N-Gage, Nintendo DS, XBox, XBox 360, XBox One, iPhone, Gamecube, Dreamcast, Super Nintendo, Wii, Wii U, Sony PSP) easily accessible from one central location. If you're an avid gamer and want a few extra weapons or lives to survive until the next level, this freeware cheat database can come to the rescue. Covering more than 24.000 Games Cheats, this database represents all genres and focuses on recent releases. Games are listed alphabetically in the left-hand window. When you click on a game name, the relevant cheat is displayed in a editor window, with convenient buttons that let you print the selection or save any changes you've made. In the latest past many users of the Cheatbook-Database and readers of the monthly being published magazine have sent to us small error messages and suggestions for improvement again and again. First of all we say "Thank you very much!" to all of you! Due to this assistance and the permanent sending in of new and revised cheats the Cheatbook is ever increasing and becoming more and more voluminous. Release date: January 14, 2018. Update Release: February 3, 2018. All Cheats inside from the first CHEATBOOK January 1998 until today Supported Operating Systems: Cheatbook-DataBase 2018 is Freeware for Win95/ 98/ 2000/ NT/ XP/ Vista/ Windows 7/ Windows 8/ Windows 10. Screenshots: Installation: Main Program: Unzip the ZIP package. Optionally read "readme.txt" Run "setup-Cheatbook-Database2018.exe" or "Base2018setup.exe" Follow the prompts. Updates: Unzip the ZIP package. Optionally read "readme.txt" Run "cheatbooksetup.exe" It'll extract and open a folder. First instance, it'll auto install, just click on "Direct Update". Note: If you use Vista & later, post first install, when asked for uninstall dialog, cancel it and run the file named "Cheatbook 0x.2018" with admin prompts. To check the installation: Open Cheatbook Database 2018 Main program and click "Update" from Menu and Click on "Update infos". If properly installed, the installed month's issue should show "Green". Repeat the checking with "Run as Administrator" on Main program. It should show Green too. If not repeat the issue install as mentioned in Step 5. Now, click uninstall from extracted folder and click on "Delete All" to complete installation. Downloads: Cheatbook-Database 2018 - 69.56 MB: Cheatbook Database 2018 - Main Program Cheatbook Issue - Updates: January 2018 - 4.43 MB - Not Required to install with 2018 version since it is already included. February 2018 - 5.74 MB -
  11. TinyNvidiaUpdateChecker Tiny application which checks for NVIDIA GeForce GPU drivers, written in C-sharp (C#) for Windows Visit the wiki for more information about the application! This application has a simple concept, when launched it will check for new driver updates for your NVIDIA gpu! With this you no longer need waste your time searching if there's something new to get. Download Downloads are available at the end of the post. Don't forget to download HtmlAgilityPack.dll which is a dependency and must be in the executing directory. Forkers HTML Agility Pack will automatically install when attempting to debug the project (make sure you're running the latest version of VS2017), or you may manually install it by doing the following: Open up your Package Manager Console and type in Install-Package HtmlAgilityPack. Requirements Windows 10, 8.x or 7 .NET framework 4.5 HtmlAgilityPack.dll in same folder as the executable (automatic download from v1.8.0 and up) Stable internet connection (optional) WinRAR or 7-Zip (only if using minimal installer method) [1.10.0] - 2017-10-24 Added Implemented a much better dialog for chosing directory Support for alternative locations for 7-Zip (Scoop, x86 install on amd64 systems, MSI installer and last resort) Check against vendor ID if the gpu drivers aren't installed Missing text Fixed Driver installer always run quietly, now only skipping eula Tiny text on none dpi-displays in the driver dialog Downloads 136 KB HtmlAgilityPack.dll 157 KB TinyNvidiaUpdateChecker.v1.10.0.exe Source code (zip) Source code (tar.gz) FYI: Update notified to nsane.forums by Actarusse.
  12. Fans of the Half-Life series have been waiting many many years to see a conclusion to Gordon Freeman’s story but at this point, many have lost hope that Valve will ever return to it, especially now that so many writers have departed from the company. Now, it seems that Marc Laidlaw, the Half-Life series lead writer, may also have been a little tired of having to keep his story ideas to himself, as he just posted the full plot summary he wrote for Half-Life 2: Episode 3. In a post on his personal website titled ‘epistle 3’, Laidlaw posted his version of the story for Half-Life 2: Episode 3. Character names, location names and company names have been changed, likely for legal reasons, but for the most part, it is easy to work out. For instance, Gordan Freeman’s name is changed to ‘Gertie Fremont’, G-Man is ‘Mrs. X’, Alyx Vance is now ‘Alex Vaunt’ etc. Given that this news is so massive, it has sent a wave of traffic over to Laidlaw’s personal site, making the original post really difficult to access at the time of publishing. Fortunately, a fan by the name of ‘Jackathan’ has managed to obtain the whole thing and has preserved it in a GitHub post. He is going through and changing the obfuscated names back to their original versions. However, if you would rather read the original version, he also has a handy guide, so you can see which characters/locations had their names changed. Now before you get too excited, this isn’t an intricate breakdown of the entire game. Instead, this is a story summary going over the key events Laidlaw had planned for the final entry in the Half-Life 2 Episode series. Given Valve’s unwillingness to revisit the Half-Life series, this is probably the best conclusion we are ever going to get, so it is worth reading. If you are worried about spoilers then be aware that even if Valve does return to Half-Life, it likely won’t use Laidlaw’s version of the plot, especially now that it is out in the open. Right now, we don’t know what drove Laidlaw to break his silence and post something as huge as this. Perhaps Valve gave him the greenlight, or perhaps he was just tired of fans not getting to see his work. Either way, unless Laidlaw speaks out, we won’t know for sure. If you want to read the full corrected version, you can find it HERE. View: Original Article
  13. CheatBook Issue 07/2017 - July 2017 FYI: I've posted this separate thread for Cheatbook Issue Release in accordance to conversation between myself, @Batu69 & @DKT27. For more info, read below spoiler: Cheatbook (07/2017) - Issue July 2017 - Cheatbook is a Cheat-Code Tracker with Tips, Hints for several popular PC Action and Adventure Games. While die-hard gamers would hate to hear that some players receive help in their games, it is sometimes necessary to get walkthroughs for players to enjoy their games. Cheatbooks are designed to give handy hints and cheats to players who need some help in handling their games. The latest Cheatsbook Issue 07/2017 provides assistance for 347 PC games, 63 console cheats and 11 walkthroughs for PC. It provides the latest cheat codes for strategy, action and other games to help you get the most out of your plays. The tabbed graphical user interface makes it easy to access various features on a single program window. When you click on PC Cheats, PC Walkthroughs and Console tabs, you will see relevant titles listed alphabetically on a pane on the left part of the program window. Clicking a game title displays its details on the right side of the interface. The lower part of the program window also provides information relevant to the selected title. You can save the details as text files, print or send them to a friend via email. Since you save the required information in text format, you can use different applications to access and read them later. In addition to these tabs, the software also includes update, info, news and links tabs. The latest Cheatbook database includes many suggestions from users and all cheats from the initial release to date. You can download and use it for free for as long as you want. Current users of CheatBook who have already installed the CheatBook-DataBase 2001 v4.0, CheatBook-DataBases 2002 through 2016, or the new Cheatbook-Database 2017, will be able to update your DataBase directly. (Win95/ 98/ NT/ XP/ Windows Vista/ Windows 7/ Windows 8/ Windows 10)(Install/ Uninstall) [Freeware] For the most part, the Cheatbook-Issues focuses on newer cheat releases. If you need help with the latest and greatest games, the monthly Issue´s of CheatBook should be a big help. Downloads: CheatBook 07/2017 - July 2017: Cheat Book - 07/2017[Size: 6.3 MB] - Cheats, Codes, Hints, Update. Older Cheatbook Issue Mirrors - 2017: http://www.cheatbook.de/cheatbook-2017.htm Cheatbook-Database 2017 + Updates - Direct Downloads:
  14. Cheatbook-Database 2017 + Updates CheatBook DataBase 2017 - The encyclopedia of game cheats. A die hard gamer would get pissed if they saw someone using cheats and walkthroughs in games, but you have to agree, sometimes little hint or the "God Mode" becomes necessary to beat a particularly hard part of the game. If you're an avid gamer and want a few extra weapons and tools the survive the game, CheatBook DataBase is exactly the resource you would want. - Find even secrets here. Cheatbook-Database - Games, Cheats, Hints, Tips, Walkthroughs, Trainer and Cheat Codes... Cheatbook-DataBase 2017 is a cheats code tracker that makes hints, Tricks, Tips and cheats (for PC, Walkthroughs, Playstation, Playstation 2, Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Sega, Nintendo 64, Nintendo DS, DVD, Gameboy Advance, Gameboy Color, N-Gage, Nintendo DS, XBox, XBox 360, XBox One, iPhone, Gamecube, Dreamcast, Super Nintendo, Wii, Wii U, Sony PSP) easily accessible from one central location. If you're an avid gamer and want a few extra weapons or lives to survive until the next level, this freeware cheat database can come to the rescue. Covering more than 23.150 Games Cheats, this database represents all genres and focuses on recent releases. Games are listed alphabetically in the left-hand window. When you click on a game name, the relevant cheat is displayed in a editor window, with convenient buttons that let you print the selection or save any changes you've made. In the latest past many users of the CheatBook-DataBase and readers of the monthly being published magazine have sent to us small error messages and suggestions for improvement again and again. First of all we say "Thank you very much!" to all of you! Due to this assistance and the permanent sending in of new and revised cheats the Cheatbook is ever increasing and becoming more and more voluminous. Release date: January 6, 2017. Update Release: July 1, 2017. All Cheats inside from the first CHEATBOOK January 1998 until today Supported Operating Systems: Cheatbook-DataBase 2017 is Freeware for Win95/ 98/ 2000/ NT/ XP/ Vista/ Windows 7/ Windows 8/ Windows 10. Screenshots: Installation: Main Program: Unzip the ZIP package. Optionally read "readme.txt" Run "setup-Cheatbook-Database2017.exe" Follow the prompts. Updates: Unzip the ZIP package. Optionally read "readme.txt" Run "cheatbooksetup.exe" It'll extract and open a folder. First instance, it'll auto install, just click on "Direct Update". Note: If you use Vista & later, post first install, when asked for uninstall dialog, cancel it and run the file named "Cheatbook 0x.2017" with admin prompts. To check the installation: Open Cheatbook Database 2017 Main program and click "Update" from Menu and Click on "Update infos". If properly installed, the installed month's issue should show "Green". Repeat the checking with "Run as Administrator" on Main program. It should show Green too. If not repeat the issue install as mentioned in Step 5. Now, click uninstall from extracted folder and click on "Delete All" to complete installation. Downloads: Cheatbook-Database 2017 - 68.29 MB: Cheatbook Database 2017 - Main Program Cheatbook Issue - Updates: January 2017 - 6.2 MB - Not Required to install with 2017 version since it is already included. February 2017 - 7.9 MB March 2017 - 5.7 MB April 2017 - 7.0 MB May 2017 - 4.8 MB June 2017 - 5.9 MB July 2017 - 6.3 MB -
  15. CheatBook Issue 06/2017 - June 2017 FYI: I've posted this separate thread for Cheatbook Issue Release in accordance to conversation between myself, @Batu69 & @DKT27. For more info, read below spoiler: Cheatbook (06/2017) - Issue June 2017 - Cheatbook is a Cheat-Code Tracker with Tips, Hints for several popular PC Action and Adventure Games. While die-hard gamers would hate to hear that some players receive help in their games, it is sometimes necessary to get walkthroughs for players to enjoy their games. Cheatbooks are designed to give handy hints and cheats to players who need some help in handling their games. The latest Cheatsbook Issue 06/2017 provides assistance for 414 PC games, 58 console cheats and 14 walkthroughs for PC. It provides the latest cheat codes for strategy, action and other games to help you get the most out of your plays. The tabbed graphical user interface makes it easy to access various features on a single program window. When you click on PC Cheats, PC Walkthroughs and Console tabs, you will see relevant titles listed alphabetically on a pane on the left part of the program window. Clicking a game title displays its details on the right side of the interface. The lower part of the program window also provides information relevant to the selected title. You can save the details as text files, print or send them to a friend via email. Since you save the required information in text format, you can use different applications to access and read them later. In addition to these tabs, the software also includes update, info, news and links tabs. The latest Cheatbook database includes many suggestions from users and all cheats from the initial release to date. You can download and use it for free for as long as you want. Current users of CheatBook who have already installed the CheatBook-DataBase 2001 v4.0, CheatBook-DataBases 2002 through 2016, or the new Cheatbook-Database 2017, will be able to update your DataBase directly. (Win95/ 98/ NT/ XP/ Windows Vista/ Windows 7/ Windows 8/ Windows 10)(Install/ Uninstall) [Freeware] For the most part, the Cheatbook-Issues focuses on newer cheat releases. If you need help with the latest and greatest games, the monthly Issue´s of CheatBook should be a big help. Downloads: CheatBook 06/2017 - June 2017: Cheat Book - 06/2017[Size: 5.9 MB] - Cheats, Codes, Hints, Update. Older Cheatbook Issue Mirrors - 2017: http://www.cheatbook.de/cheatbook-2017.htm Cheatbook-Database 2017 + Updates - Direct Downloads:
  16. Wine Staging 2.9 released The Wine Staging team announced today the release and immediate availability of the Wine Staging 2.9 release of the Wine testing branch based, of course, on the recently launched Wine 2.9 development version. Borrowing all the features implemented in the Wine 2.9 development release, Wine Staging 2.9 is here with a new set of goodies for all you Linux gamers out there who want to play the latest Windows games or run various popular apps, the biggest change being support for tesselation shaders in Direct3D. Additionally, Wine 2.9 brought binary mode support in WebServices, user interface improvements in RegEdit, as well as the ability to detect clipboard changes through Xfixes. On top of that, the Wine Staging 2.9 release improves compatibility with anti-cheat and DRM modules and generation of fake DLLs. "The generated fake DLLs do no longer trigger stub errors when an application manually loads them (as in the 2.8 release), but instead they now forward the call to the correct builtin implementation," reads today's announcement. "Besides those bigger chances, there are many smaller improvements." Unreal Engine 4 and Chrome get improvements Among other changes implemented in the Wine Stating 2.9 release, we can mention the ability for the general memory layout of the built-in ELF/Mach-O executables to be more consistent with regular PE files, various improvements to the Unreal Engine 4 and Chrome, as well as the usual bug fixes, including for those from Wine 2.9. Those of you using the Wine Staging branch on their GNU/Linux distributions for Windows gaming on their Linux boxes can download, compile and install the Wine Staging 2.9 source tarball right now from our website. Binary packages for various operating systems are also provided on the official homepage of the project. Source
  17. Ubisoft 30th Anniversary Giveaway - 7 Full Version Games June Giveaway: Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time July Giveaway: Tom Clancy's: Splinter Cell - Stealth Action Redefined August Giveaway: RAYMAN ORiGiNS September Giveaway: The Crew October Giveaway: Beyond Good & Evil November Giveaway: Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon December Giveaway: Assasin's Creed III To celebrate Ubisoft's 30th anniversary, The Ubisoft Club is offering you seven digital PC games. Every month a new game will be revealed and free to download. Then its yours to keep! The event starts this month of June and will end by December. I'll update this thread whenever new games are added to this promo. Links: Offer: UBI 30(Old Link) or UBI 30(New Link) or UBI 30(Direct Link) Note: Limited Period Offer. The offer game of the month will be open only for limited period/time. So, grab the game. Hurry!!! Steps: Visit any of the Offer link "UBI 30(Old Link)" or "UBI 30(New Link)" above. Click on "GET YOUR FREE GAME ON PC NOW". Optional: You can visit the Offer link "UBI 30(Direct Link)". Select the checkbox "for game age rating" and then click "GET THE GAME NOW" If you already have account, then login. To create a new account, click on "CREATE A UPLAY ACCOUNT". Note: You can't choose country as it is locked. Also, check your mail for email verification once you create account. Now the game is yours! However, it's available in your Uplay PC games library where you can download and play it now! Download Instruction and Info: Download Uplay PC Using the UPlay PC application you can download and install the game. Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time[Size: 1601.15 MB]. Tom Clancy's: Splinter Cell - Stealth Action Redefined[Size: 1970.68 MB]. RAYMAN ORiGiNS[Size: 2712.75 MB]. The Crew[Size: 25 GB]. Beyond Good & Evil[Size: 1955.26 MB]. Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon[Size: 3090.24 MB]. Assasin's Creed III[Size: 15636.8 MB].
  18. CheatBook Issue 05/2017 - May 2017 FYI: I've posted this separate thread for Cheatbook Issue Release in accordance to conversation between myself, @Batu69 & @DKT27. For more info, read below spoiler: Cheatbook (05/2017) - Issue May 2017 - Cheatbook is a Cheat-Code Tracker with Tips, Hints for several popular PC Action and Adventure Games. While die-hard gamers would hate to hear that some players receive help in their games, it is sometimes necessary to get walkthroughs for players to enjoy their games. Cheatbooks are designed to give handy hints and cheats to players who need some help in handling their games. The latest Cheatsbook Issue 05/2017 provides assistance for 414 PC games, 58 console cheats and 14 walkthroughs for PC. It provides the latest cheat codes for strategy, action and other games to help you get the most out of your plays. The tabbed graphical user interface makes it easy to access various features on a single program window. When you click on PC Cheats, PC Walkthroughs and Console tabs, you will see relevant titles listed alphabetically on a pane on the left part of the program window. Clicking a game title displays its details on the right side of the interface. The lower part of the program window also provides information relevant to the selected title. You can save the details as text files, print or send them to a friend via email. Since you save the required information in text format, you can use different applications to access and read them later. In addition to these tabs, the software also includes update, info, news and links tabs. The latest Cheatbook database includes many suggestions from users and all cheats from the initial release to date. You can download and use it for free for as long as you want. Current users of CheatBook who have already installed the CheatBook-DataBase 2001 v4.0, CheatBook-DataBases 2002 through 2016, or the new Cheatbook-Database 2017, will be able to update your DataBase directly. (Win95/ 98/ NT/ XP/ Windows Vista/ Windows 7/ Windows 8/ Windows 10)(Install/ Uninstall) [Freeware] For the most part, the Cheatbook-Issues focuses on newer cheat releases. If you need help with the latest and greatest games, the monthly Issue´s of CheatBook should be a big help. Downloads: CheatBook 05/2017 - May 2017: Cheat Book - 05/2017[Size: 4.8 MB] - Cheats, Codes, Hints, Update. Older Cheatbook Issue Mirrors - 2017: http://www.cheatbook.de/cheatbook-2017.htm Cheatbook-Database 2017 + Updates - Direct Downloads:
  19. Next week, Microsoft will begin rolling out its Windows 10 Creators Update for PCs, and early adopters can already install it manually right now. The update was released for the Xbox One on March 29 - and on the same day, Microsoft made changes to its Windows Store policies, which now include a complete ban on all game emulators. That particular policy was brought to the attention of NESBox, when its Universal Emulator app was removed from the Windows Store. Its developers said that that action had resulted from an addition to Microsoft's Windows Store Policies, under section 10.13 'Gaming and Xbox', which states: "Apps that emulate a game system are not allowed on any device family." As Ars Technica noted, emulators have previously crept onto the Windows Store, and even onto the Xbox One, but with the latest update to its policies, Microsoft is clearly cracking down on such software with a more consistent approach. NESBox said that despite the policy changes, gamers will still be able to enjoy its emulators on the web. "This means nothing for the browser version," it said in a tweet. "It doesn't depend [on] 'stores'." Source
  20. HTML5 Games Workshop: Make A Platformer Game With JavaScript! I have always wanted to run a game development workshop, and some weeks ago, thanks to AdaJS in Barcelona, I finally got my chance. Empezamos con lleno el taller de videojuegos de @ladybenko en @CanodromBCN ???? pic.twitter.com/FWyfcSF16R — adaJS (@adabcnjs) March 4, 2017 Best news? The materials that I created are available online! And you can use them to guide yourself or to design a game development workshop of your own. The content I cover includes: Setting up your machine to develop games with Phaser and JavaScript. Loading the assets (images, audio files, etc.) you’ll use in your game. Rendering animated sprites. Getting the players’ input via the keyboard. Using a physics engine to handle movement, jumps, gravity, etc. Playing sound effects and background music. Changing between different levels. And more! You can check out the final game here –and play it! Move the character and jump with the arrow keys. Your goal is to pick up the key and reach the door. Try the workshop at home Do you want to try the workshop on your own and make a game? Please go ahead! There are indications at the beginning of each lesson, as well as explanations at every step, so that you can use this as a self-guided workshop, without a coach. If you get lost, you can download the source code at the end of every chapter and compare it with your work. There is also a checklist to help ensure you are on the right track before advancing to the next step. Run your own workshop If you would like to replicate the workshop in your local community, please do. It’s really fun and inspiring to see how people create a game for the very first time. We’d love to hear from you! The workshop website includes a guide for coaches and instructors that will help you set up run your own game-making workshop. Source
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    VK-Z 0.6.0

    VK-Z 0.6.0 VK-Z is a simple command line utility, for Windows and Linux that displays Vulkan capabilities (hardware limits) and extensions of all capable Vulkan devices on the system. - Device features: robustBufferAccess: true fullDrawIndexUint32: true imageCubeArray: true independentBlend: true geometryShader: true tessellationShader: true sampleRateShading: true dualSrcBlend: true logicOp: true multiDrawIndirect: true ... VK-Z 0.6.0 has been compiled with the latest Vulkan API 1.0.46 header files. Changelog: http://www.geeks3d.com/20170404/vk-z-0-6-0-vulkan-capabilities-and-extensions-viewer-released/ Homepage/UserGuide: http://www.geeks3d.com/vkz/ Download: Win(x86/x64) - http://www.geeks3d.com/dl/show/514 Linux(x64) - http://www.geeks3d.com/dl/show/515
  22. CheatBook Issue 04/2017 - April 2017 FYI: I've posted this separate thread for Cheatbook Issue Release in accordance to conversation between myself, @Batu69 & @DKT27. For more info, read below spoiler: Cheatbook (04/2017) - Issue April 2017 - Cheatbook is a Cheat-Code Tracker with Tips, Hints for several popular PC Action and Adventure Games. While die-hard gamers would hate to hear that some players receive help in their games, it is sometimes necessary to get walkthroughs for players to enjoy their games. Cheatbooks are designed to give handy hints and cheats to players who need some help in handling their games. The latest Cheatsbook Issue 04/2017 provides assistance for 414 PC games, 58 console cheats and 14 walkthroughs for PC. It provides the latest cheat codes for strategy, action and other games to help you get the most out of your plays. The tabbed graphical user interface makes it easy to access various features on a single program window. When you click on PC Cheats, PC Walkthroughs and Console tabs, you will see relevant titles listed alphabetically on a pane on the left part of the program window. Clicking a game title displays its details on the right side of the interface. The lower part of the program window also provides information relevant to the selected title. You can save the details as text files, print or send them to a friend via email. Since you save the required information in text format, you can use different applications to access and read them later. In addition to these tabs, the software also includes update, info, news and links tabs. The latest Cheatbook database includes many suggestions from users and all cheats from the initial release to date. You can download and use it for free for as long as you want. Current users of CheatBook who have already installed the CheatBook-DataBase 2001 v4.0, CheatBook-DataBases 2002 through 2016, or the new Cheatbook-Database 2017, will be able to update your DataBase directly. (Win95/ 98/ NT/ XP/ Windows Vista/ Windows 7/ Windows 8/ Windows 10)(Install/ Uninstall) [Freeware] For the most part, the Cheatbook-Issues focuses on newer cheat releases. If you need help with the latest and greatest games, the monthly Issue´s of CheatBook should be a big help. Downloads: CheatBook 04/2017 - April 2017: Cheat Book - 04/2017[Size: 7.0 MB] - Cheats, Codes, Hints, Update. Older Cheatbook Issue Mirrors - 2017: http://www.cheatbook.de/cheatbook-2017.htm Cheatbook-Database 2017 + Updates - Direct Downloads:
  23. Rumours regarding an AMD Polaris graphics card refresh are arriving at a greater frequency. At the beginning of the month we first heard that the RX 500 series might be rebrands, then a fortnight ago we saw the RX 560, RX 570 and RX 580 appear, listed within the Radeon Crimson 17.3.2 driver files (scroll down after you hit that driver news link). A few hours ago serial graphics card leaking site VideoCardz published what are claimed to be pictures of AMD Radeon RX 570 and 580 engineering sample graphics cards. The RX 570 sample is seen below. This is said to be a reference design board for the RX 570 and uses the same PCB layout as the RX 470 / 480 cards. It is noted that the card packs a 6-pin power connector. Furthermore, it lacks a DVI port but that could be included in some third party board designs. We get to see the underside of the RX 580 engineering sample and at the angle provided the 8-pin power connector is in evidence (below). VideoCardz asserts that this is definitely a new board design and has never been seen before. The picture of 'board reference C940' includes a readable engineering sample sticker with manufacturing date of 3rd March. Both cards appear to be enhanced over the RX 400 series predecessors with faster GPU clock base/boost speeds, but memory clocks appear to be unchanged. An improved compute performance of around 3 to 5 per cent looks to be on offer, depending on your choice of card. VideoCardz says that the AMD Radeon RX 500 series will launch around 18th April which coincides with the availability of Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 and 1080 OC editions. View: Original Article
  24. Plants vs. Zombies 2 v5.6.1 (Mod) Overview: "Best Games of 2013" Collection on Google Play "Best Games of 2013" Collection on Google Play Play the sequel to the hit action-strategy adventure with over 30 Game of the Year awards. Meet, greet and defeat legions of zombies from the dawn of time to the end of days. Amass an army of powerful plants, supercharge them with Plant Food and power up your defenses with amazing ways to protect your brain. This app offers in-app purchases. You may restrict in-app purchasing using your device settings. 100 Million Downloads a?? This app has received more than 100 million overall downloads. Winner: Best Mobile Game at E3 a?? Game Informer Winner: Best Mobile Game 2013 a?? Mashable Winner: Game of the Year 2013 a?? Slide to Play Game Features NEW PLANTS! NEW ZOMBIES! Meet Fire Peashooter, Pepper-pult, Bonk Choy, Laser Bean, Pea-nut, and the prickly Homing Thistle: Just a few of the powerful new plants that will defend your lawn through time. Go toe-to-missing-toe with dozens of new zombies including Troglobite, Swashbuckler Zombie, Chicken Wrangler Zombie, Jetpack Zombie, Wizard Zombie, Mermaid Imp and Weasel Hoarder a?? the wiliest zombie of them all! AMAZING WAYS TO PROTECT YOUR BRAIN Choose your plants wisely for each level and plot out your winning strategy. Use Plant Food to supercharge your plants when you need it most. Freeze, flick and zap zombies off your lawn, using your fingers with simple touch controls. GET CRACKING IN VASEBREAKER Defeat endless zombie waves in Vasebreaker, the #1 mini-game from Plants vs. Zombies. Use smashing power-ups like the Butterizer, X-Ray vase vision and more. UNLOCK YOUR ZEN GARDEN Battle zombies to win sprouts, then plant them in your very own Zen Garden. Tend to it carefully and be rewarded with extra BOOM in your blooms. LOOK OUT! ZOMBOT TUSKMASTER 10,000 BC! Take on Zomboss at the end of each new world. Hea??s coming for you with a host of diabolical inventions designed to challenge your best defenses! NEW LEVELS OF EXCITEMENT Unlock ultra-challenging endless levels in every world a?? Pyramid of Doom, Dead Man's Booty, Big Bad Butte, Terror from Tomorrow, Arthura??s Challenge, Tiki Torch-er and Icebound Battleground. EXPLORE MORE WITH THE TRAVEL LOG Stumped about where to go next? Consult your Travel Log to embark on exciting Quests created just for you. Complete Quests and level up by earning points and prizes. Requirements: Requires Android 3.0 (Gingerbread); ARMv7 1.0 Ghz or higher; 1 GB of RAMa?¨ Features may vary by mobile device Follow us on twitter.com/PlantsvsZombiesa?¨ Find us on www.facebook.com/PlantsversusZombiesa?¨ Visit the Plants vs. Zombies store: http://www.pvzstore.com User Agreement: terms.ea.com Visit https://help.ea.com/ for assistance or inquiries. Requires acceptance of EA's Privacy & Cookie Policy and User Agreement. What's New: This update includes: Parsnip, the happy, snappy, all-new premium plant Sweet Potato, back for a tasty return Sneaky zombies dressed up as waiters, chefs, diners, and delicious dishes Plus, fun new costumes for your plants Thanks for playing, plant fans! Be sure to rate us after each update. Downloads:
  25. GOG Galaxy 1.2 - Biggest Update Yet Marks The End Of Beta - Universal Cloud Saves Update 1.2 brings Universal Cloud Saves, the option to fully customize the Client to your needs, and much more! GOG Galaxy, our gamer-friendly Client, is coming out of beta with a major new update that greatly improves and enriches the user experience with the introduction of many long-awaited features. Let's take a closer look at some of them: The highlight of Update 1.2 is, of course, the Universal Cloud Saves. This new feature makes it possible to add cloud saving functionality not only to new games, but also to titles that never offered cloud saving before. Thanks to this, excellent games like Planescape: Torment, Heroes of Might & Magic® III, or Vampire®: the Masquerade - Bloodlines gain the benefits of saves syncing and cloud backup for the first time ever. Of course, if you prefer to keep your precious saves close at hand, GOG Galaxy also lets you download a backup of your saves data at any time and use it as you see fit. This huge Update introduces the option to customize the Client to your needs by selecting which features you want to use. In addition, there is a brand new hibernate mode that cuts down on Client CPU usage while playing a game, and saves resources as well as battery life when idling in the background. We also went through the GOG Galaxy community wishlist and packed Update 1.2 with some of the most-requested features, including bandwidth limiting and scheduling, FPS counter, screenshot capturing, a sleek in-game overlay, achievement rarity, desktop and in-game notifications system, a new chat, and more! The GOG Galaxy Update 1.2 is available today to users who opted to test upcoming updates, and will be rolling out to everyone in April. To download GOG Galaxy or see what’s new and improved visit GOG.com/Galaxy. If you run into any issues, feel free to submit them here. Source Alternate Source - GOG Galaxy Client Now Offers Universal Cloud Saves, Comes Out Of Beta
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