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Feb 8, 2015 News 0 comments

Hello folks, here we're! Today we have to show you an amazing mod for Half-life game - Junk-Life! Game have alternate to Half-Life storyline. Step into...

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Feb 8, 2015 HUF-LIF News 1 comment

Good day folks, someone may thought that the HUF-LIF is dead. That's not true, it's ALIVE! HUF-LIF is AAA indie game Source engine based, and it can't...

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Feb 5, 2015 Forward to the Sky News 1 comment

Remember that this contains some spoilers of the game.

Joystiq will now be put down!

Joystiq will now be put down!

Feb 4, 2015 News 6 comments

Just before the weekend, it was announced the US website for games.

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Talia Jun 29 2010, 2:35am says:

The platform is just the constraining factor for what the game was made as. If you loved a game that ran on a personal computer, cherish that, irregardless of what box it was executed on. I started back on the BBS systems collected games like Rescue Rover and Commander Keen, leading me to the classics like Duke Nukem. I remember begging my dad to bring home a crappy old 286 laptop thing that ran in orange and black monochrome, (might have had CGA graphics, not sure) just so I could play Duke Nukem on it. I remember beating Dr. Proton on the moon base for the first time, and from then on I was hooked.

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OrangeNero Jun 26 2010, 4:27am says:

windows 98 was great, even xp is based ono it. vista hasn't got anything to do with 98 and we see how it worked out.

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Talia Jun 29 2010, 2:31am replied:

Please don't make comments like that if you don't know the facts. XP was based on Windows 2000, which in turn was based on NT. It's got nothing to do with 98. Windows ME was based on 98, and we all know how that turned out... :P

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OrangeNero Jun 30 2010, 12:30pm replied:

facts... i looked it up again and found 3 different facts... I GOT MY FACTS RIGHT! but they lie... anyway looks like you're right. thanks for telling i will now burn the book to ash.

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AirborneSn1p3r Jun 29 2010, 12:20pm replied:

well windows xp and 2000 were works of art, i have windows 7 and if i could not replace it with xp i would change it for 2000 in a heart beat :D

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ℒuna-tic™ Jul 13 2010, 2:11am replied:

Win 7 is good :)

I have pro

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LucianoStarKiller Jul 14 2010, 1:49pm replied:

it is
i have the Ultimate

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AirborneSn1p3r Creator
AirborneSn1p3r Jul 20 2010, 7:56am replied:

i have ultimate as well and it is crap..

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Xylemon Jul 26 2010, 4:38am replied:

It's fine. Everyone needs to quit bitching about how Vista and Win7 sucks.

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AirborneSn1p3r Aug 14 2010, 2:52pm replied:

the thing is they are, they are so fragile, you could abuse windows xp and 2000 to no end but vista ans windows 7 just pack it in

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