Devil May Cry 4



Minimum System Requirements

OS: Windows XP/Vista
Processor: Pentium 4 @ 3 GHz
Memory: 512 MB (1 GB for Vista)
Video Memory: 256 MB (nVidia GeForce 6600 SM3 Required)
DirectX: 9.0c

Recommended System Requirements
OS: Windows XP/Vista
Processor: Intel Core 2 DUO
Memory: 1 GB (2 GB for Vista)
Video Memory: 512 MB (nVidia GeForce 8600)


Flatout 2





 Minimum requirements:

Operating System: Windows® 98/ME/2000/XP
Processor: 1.5GHz Intel® Pentium® 4 or AMD®® Equivalent
Video Card: 64 MB Graphics Card
Processor: DirectX® Compatible Sound Card
Hard Drive: 1.1 GB of Free Hard Drive Space


Processor: 2.0 GHz Intel® Pentium® 4 or AMD 2000+
Video Card: 128 MB Graphics Card
Operating System: Windows® XP SP2



Dark Fall

"There is something here, a power, in here with us...." : Returning from work you are met by a frantic and cryptic message from your brother, a talented architect developing the old station at Dowerton, in Dorset. April Fool's Day had been and gone, so you decide that something is up. Boarding a train at London's Paddington Station you travel to the old station alone, wondering what adventure may greet you..."

Why do you fall asleep on the train and find yourself in the train tunnel?
Exploring the station, and adjoining hotel, you discover you are not alone....
The buildings themselves hide a history of disappearances and hauntings dating back centuries. Time appears to repeating itself, but what is your role in all this? Were you chosen for this task? What is the “Dark Fall”?
Armed with ghost hunting gadgets and your wits, you set out to uncover this puzzle.... a little involuntarily.


Size: 550 MB

Genre: Horror point&click adventure

Plays directly from disk 


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Minimum Specifications

Windows XP/Vista. (If running Windows Vista, SP1 is recommended)
DirectX 9.0c
Pentium 4 @ 3.0GHz or Athlon 64 3000
Graphics Card: GeForce 6800 / Radeon X1300 or above
DirectX Compatible Sound Card
Dual Layer Compatible DVD-ROM Drive
12.5 GB Hard Drive Space

Recommended Specifications

Windows XP/Vista. (If running Windows Vista, SP1 is recommended)
DirectX 9.0c
Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.66Ghz or Athlon X2 3800
Graphics Card: GeForce 8800 or Radeon X1950
Sound Card: Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Sound Card
Dual Layer Compatible DVD-ROM Drive
12.5 GB Hard Drive Space



Penny Arcade adventures:On The Rain-slick Precipice Of Darkness Episode 1

Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness, Episode 1 is the first installment in the RPG-Adventure game series based on the web comic Penny Arcade. Create your character in the classic comic style, and join Gabe and Tycho in the alternate 1920s universe of New Arcadia, where you’ll combat savage enemies, solve mysteries, meet bizarre new characters, and discover their distinctive adult humor for a 100% authentic Penny Arcade experience!

* Create-a-Player System lets you design and develop your own character, seeing it come to life in 3D and in the comic-style 2D cut scenes
* Dynamic turn-based combat system, over-the-top animations, and team-up moves during enemy battles
* Classic adventure game play combines with RPG elements to unravel the game’s mysteries and puzzles
* Authentic Penny Arcade story and dialogue written exclusively by Jerry Holkins
* Includes Gabe, Tycho, Annarchy and many other favorite Penny Arcade characters, plus new characters designed by Mike Krahulik


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Fallout 1 & 2

The past several years haven't exactly been kind to role-playing game fans. Very few role-playing games have been released since 1993, and those that have made it to retail shelves have largely been unsuccessful at combining playability and originality with the complexity that role-playing game fans love. The release of Blizzard Entertainment's action/role-playing game hybrid Diablo in early 1997 only increased role-playing gamers' anticipation for an equally playable game in a more elaborate, detailed world. After a four-year drought, the wait is over. Fallout is one of the best role-playing games to be released in several years and it succeeds in entertaining gamers by providing a fresh and compelling storyline, good graphics and sound, and attention to those little details that can transform a good game into a great one.

Fallout is an unofficial sequel to 1987's Wasteland, one of the most popular role-playing games of all time. While the overwhelming majority of computer role-playing games are set in some pseudo-medieval, Tolkien/AD&D-inspired world of orcs and battleaxes, Fallout is set in the future, several years after an exchange of nuclear weapons has devastated most of the world. Inhabitants who survived did so largely by sheltering themselves in giant underground vaults. Your character's life has been spent entirely within one such vault. A broken chip for your vault's water recycler forces your character to leave the relative safety of the vault to search for a replacement chip aboveground in the wasteland, where you'll encounter struggling communities of survivors, Road Warrior-esque gangs, human mutants, and even stranger creatures. Hardly a typical setting for a role-playing game, but the originality of the setting is one of the strengths of Fallout. In Fallout, rather than trudging through yet another dreary dungeon, in search of ye olde magic artifact to expel demon horde #782, your character will explore the haunting remnants of our own civilization and attempt to unravel the mysterious forces at work in postapocalyptic Southern California. The old 90210 neighborhood has changed, gang violence is rampant, two-headed cows roam Rodeo, and the new fashion accessory is a rocket launcher. And if the guns of the locals don't get you, the radiation might. Brandon, Kelly, why are you glowing like that?



The original Fallout provided gamers with the opportunity to truly "role-play" a variety of highly personalized characters in a stylish, postapocalyptic setting. Since Fallout was almost universally heralded as 1997's best role-playing game, it's not surprising that developer Interplay Productions decided to quickly follow up on the success of the original game with a sequel using a substantially similar game engine. Fallout 2 improves the already impressive tactical-combat and character-development systems of Fallout, allows gamers to explore a more expansive gaming world without imposed time constraints, and accordingly, is in many ways an even better game than its predecessor. However, the initial release of Fallout 2 is also afflicted by a number of bugs and other gameplay quirks, which suggests that the game was released before it was thoroughly play-tested and debugged. But even though Fallout 2 was released prematurely, it still delivers an outstanding role-playing experience.

Fallout 2, like the original game, combines real-time movement with tactical, turn-based combat. The isometric perspective graphics engine is now capable of a couple of new tricks, such as depicting "glowing" torches and similar items, but is otherwise almost identical to the one used by its predecessor. While there are a couple of new tunes, the haunting and apt music is largely recycled from the original game. Fallout 2 is essentially a "more of the same" sequel that adopts many aspects of the original game with only minor tweaking, but the development team did make a number of notable improvements to certain elements of the game's design. Many gamers thought that Fallout's gaming world was too small, which allowed players to speed to the game's conclusion relatively quickly, at least in role-playing game terms. In fact, you were somewhat forced to zip through Fallout's world because the game's main objective had to be completed within a relatively restrictive time period. Fallout 2 more than adequately addresses such concerns, as it features a significantly larger gaming world that you are free to explore at your leisure, no longer encumbered by the requirement to complete the game within a specified amount of playing



Assassin's Creed


From the team that brought the world Prince of Persia and
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell comes a sophisticated new
franchise utilizing the power of next-gen technology for its
complex action.

Supported OS: Windows XP / Vista (only)
Processor: Dual core processor 2.6 GHz Intel Pentium D or AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+
(Intel Core 2 Duo 2.2 GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+ or better recommended)
RAM: 1 GB Windows XP / 2 GB Windows Vista
Video Card: 256 MB DirectX 10.0–compliant video card or
DirectX 9.0–compliant card with Shader Model 3.0 or higher (see supported list)*
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 or 10.0 compliant sound card (5.1 sound card recommended)
DirectX Version: DirectX 10.0 libraries (included on disc)
DVD-ROM: DVD-ROM dual-layer drive
Hard Drive Space: 8 GB
Peripherals Supported: Keyboard, mouse,
optional controller (Xbox 360 Controller for Windows recommended)

*Supported Video Cards at Time of Release:
ATI RADEON X1600* / 1650*-1950 / HD 2000 / 3000 series
NVIDIA GeForce 6800* / 7 / 8 / 9 series
*PCI Express only supported





6.5 GB, Reloaded repack 

Ninja reflex

Master the Art of Speed and become a Ninja Gamer! Ninja Reflex uses martial arts challenges to test your reflexes, sharpen your hand-eye coordination, and measure your reaction times to the millisecond. Wield throwing stars, katanas, nunchucks…even chopsticks! Progress from White Belt all the way to Black Belt, 3rd Degree, and see if you can complete the 50+ Steam achievements on your journey!

* 300 Ninja challenges to conquer.
* Go from White Belt to Black Belt, 3rd Degree.
* Receive authentic martial arts wisdom from your Sensei.
* Create a Ninja Name from over 25,000 possibilities.
* Learn to Meditate to achieve greater mental focus.
* Find all the Half-Life and Portal Easter Eggs!


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Darwinia does not fall into any one game genre, as it mixes elements from strategy, action, puzzle, hacker, and God games alike. Its retro styling coupled with colourful 3D design is unlike most games on the market, and its simple, intuitive gameplay is mysteriously profound. The player has the ability to run several programs through the Task Manager. The Squad program will give the player a close up action and stealth game, aiming and firing both primary and secondary weapons. The Engineer program can then reprogram buildings and collect Souls from the destroyed Virus to create Darwinians. The Officer program allows you to indirectly order the masses of Darwinians to run, occupy, and even attack, reminiscent of Lemmings. Strategy is required whether you use commando raids or control large battles. Research allows the player to develop bigger and better weapons, as the enemy viruses also get bigger and better. All this to complete Mission Objectives at a Location, as the player and the Darwinians wipe out the Virus in a Great War.

velicina: 120 MB 

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