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DNS Jumper [Networking]

If you want to change your DNS settings with one click, DNS Jumper is the best and easiest solution for you. It's freeware and portable ( does not need installation ). As you probably know, Google announced that they have released public DNS servers in order to to speed up computer user access to the Internet resources while surfing...

TuneUp 2011 [Application, Theme]

TuneUp Utilities 2011 - A new version of a large set of various tools for tuning and optimizing the system. With this program you can clean the disks of dust, remove invalid entries from the registry and defragment it, optimize memory, manage startup permanently...

MapleStory [Games]

MapleStory is an incredibly popular MMORPG that sets you and your quests in a fantasy land, defeating monsters and collaborating with other players in real time. Online role playing games are springing up everywhere these days, but novice gamers are often put off playing them...

KMPlayer [Media]

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Tony Hawk Pro Skater 4

BUTTERFLY OUTDOOR Sunday, June 3, 2012 Games

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4 is easily the best game in the series, and a bigger leap over its predecessor than any of the previous games were. Hawk 2 introduced the manual and substantially expanded level design, but Hawk 4 features a complete revision of the series' goal and progression system, a huge spike in the longevity of the single-player game, and online play for the masses on top of a host of smaller changes.

The day has finally come when this franchise is not completely unchallenged in its genre. We would have never predicted such an occurrence, say, a year ago, when it seemed like nobody could produce anything near as good as what the developers had done. Today, though, Tony Hawk has genuine critical competition. The console market is flooded with excellent alternatives, and even the PC has Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX 2. Nevertheless, Hawk has a special place in all of our hearts.

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Crash Team Racing


When a game like Crash Team Racing arrives on the kart scene, you know the videogame industry has grown fat and happy. In every way better than any of the next-generation kart games, CTR is also the most unoriginal, from its structure to its characters to its powerups and courses. This game reeks of Nintendo's Mario Kart 64 and Diddy Kong Racing in every facet, and yet if you can push aside the maniacally smiling, pasted-on smile of Crash bursting across the finish line, then you will like this game. To be fair, Naughty Dog has integrated its usual technical magic by making CTR good-looking, fast, and four-player.

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Crash Bash


Crash Bash is the fifth installment in the Crash Bandicoot video game series, which began with Crash Bandicoot in 1996. It is the first Crash Bandicoot game not to be developed by Naughty Dog (who had left the series to develop the Jak and Daxter series), the last to appear on the PlayStation console, and the first in the party genre (the second being Crash Boom Bang! six years later). The game's story centers on a contest of minigames held by Aku Aku and Uka Uka to decide whether good or evil is the strongest.

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Conflict Vietnam


What is going on with Vietnam? It's the war of the year for videogames and apparently the statue of limitations has expired for people feeling weird about playing a historical war that's not too far in the past. Vietcong: Purple Haze, Shellshock: Nam '67, and now Conflict: Vietnam have hit the shelves. The appeal of having a gritty war experience with foul language and some kick-ass music has proven too appealing because we're in the thick of it once again. Well, that's the bad, or at least weird, news and the good news is that Conflict: Vietnam is the best of the bunch so far with Men of Valor possibly upping the ante even more.

To get players into the crappy situation right away the storyline starts with a new recruit joining three other soldiers in a squad to do a tour in the jungle. Throughout the camp there are soldiers talking about past fights, fallen soldiers, and conspiracy theories fueled with some religious imagery. It's a big mess and after some quick training with a couple of soldiers it's already time to run out and get some action.

Out in the jungle the game picks up the pace and runs with it, providing the feeling of sitting in a steamy jungle with possible threats at every turn. There are booby traps, snipers, plenty of Vietcong, and a whole lot of foliage to get in the way and make the problems go from horrible to really, really bad and worse. With some story elements and some scripting there are a few cool events that happen along the way, but the primary journey here is along a long and twisted path as these unlucky grunts have to go it alone as the whole world goes to hell around them.

To make control of these four soldiers that much easier the F1 to F4 buttons are used to quickly select the different men. The soldiers have their own skills in terms of disarming traps, sniping, healing, and whatnot so managing each situation is often a matter of finding the right man for the job and selecting him for it. While not being directly controlled, the other soldiers can be easily given some basic commands to follow, stay put, hold fire or fire at will. Their own skills, which can be upgraded at the end of each level, will help to determine just how well they handle themselves on their own. For example, Junior could be counted on to drop Vietcong with a single rifle shot once he's boosted his sniper rifle points to a respectable level.

So with these basic controls the game works like a dream, absolutely no problems whatsoever, but with the other finer points about giving commands and coordinating efforts the control scheme starts out awkward and never gets much better. Giving a command to another soldier to run to a specific area or to assist with a squadmate requires a complex set of button pushes that never quite feels right. With a variety of commands to punch in it's easier to just run and gun and skip the minor details. This madness pops up with the regular inventory and passing items from one person to another.

Another problem happens when trying to heal the same person or a squadmate. When a soldier's health goes down to zero their health bar goes red and they can be revived with a field dressing (as in gauze and tape, not a way to liven up arugula). Obviously it would be even better to heal people before they even get that far. This then leads to more struggles with the inventory system of selecting the healthpack from the inventory then going back to the game and pulling the trigger to use on one's self or going to another to help them out. After that it's a matter of going back to inventory and selecting the gun to get back in the fight. It's like trying to fight through red tape while in the middle of a battle and it just makes the situations even more confusing than it should be.

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Worms 4: Mahyem


Worms 4: Mayhem is as infectious and accessible as the classic Worms offerings!

The multiplayer mayhem and single-player shenanigans are spread over five themed zones - Jurassic, Camelot, Arabian, Construction and Wild West – and, throughout the enlarged landscapes, the entirely destructible scenery works with even greater effect, along with the much-loved worms’ armoury - now with an even bigger choices of weapons and fun along the way.

In single-player modes there’s even more beyond the day-to-day business of destroying worms. Through the 25 missions, you’re also charged with objectives such as recovering items or smashing scenery. All the single-player maps are available to play in multiplayer mode, along with a further set of 20 multiplayer-specific maps.

With bold levels, an improved 3D camera and animation system, a stunning arsenal delivering comedy kabooms, the loveable, customisable, yet entirely destructible, worms are back in force with Worms 4: Mayhem.

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Need For Speed Underground (NFSU)

BUTTERFLY OUTDOOR Friday, May 25, 2012 Games

Need for Speed: Underground (NFSU) is the seventh racing game in the Need for Speed video game series developed by EA Black Box and published by Electronic Arts in 2003.

Need for Speed: Underground reboots completely the franchise, ignoring the previous games and is the first game in the series to offer a career mode featuring a storyline, and a garage mode that allowed players to fully customize their cars with a large variety of brand-name performance and visual upgrades. All races take place in a generic city at night, though the city bears some resemblance to New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Rather than exotic cars, Underground featured vehicles associated with the Import Scene.

Underground was commercially successful, and inspired a sequel. It is rumored that the car manufacturers were very strict in how their vehicles were to be portrayed in this game, especially considering the "illegal street racing" reputation of the tuner culture.[citation needed] EA took some effort in making the races appear as sanctioned racing events, and included a public service announcement in the game's introduction. In addition, vehicles do not have damage models.

Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/7
Pentium III or AMD Athlon 700MHz Processor
128MB RAM (256MB for 2000/XP)
2.0GB Hard Disk Space
32MB Direct3D compatible Video Card
DirectX 9.0

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Clubeighties - 80 Kembali (Full Album)

BUTTERFLY OUTDOOR Tuesday, May 15, 2012 MP3 Indonesia

01 Club Eighties - 80 Kembali - Terus Berjalan
02 Club Eighties - 80 Kembali - Pelabuhan Hati
03 Club Eighties - 80 Kembali - Sudah Berakhir
04 Club Eighties - 80 Kembali - Malam Nakal
05 Club Eighties - 80 Kembali - Tak Mungkin
06 Club Eighties - 80 Kembali - Sejauh Bintang
07 Club Eighties - 80 Kembali - Api Asmara
08 Club Eighties - 80 Kembali - Maunya
09 Club Eighties - 80 Kembali - Separuh Kita
10 Club Eighties - 80 Kembali - Kamu

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Clubeighties - Summer Move On (Full Album)


01. Clubeighties - Summer Move On - Dari Hati
02. Clubeighties - Summer Move On - Jeng Dara
03. Clubeighties - Summer Move On - Cinta dan Luka
04. Clubeighties - Summer Move On - Dulu Kau Bilang
05. Clubeighties - Summer Move On - Terima Kasih
06. Clubeighties - Summer Move On - Tinggal Sesalmu
07. Clubeighties - Summer Move On - Yang Tak Termiliki
08. Clubeighties - Summer Move On - Bintang Sekolah
09. Clubeighties - Summer Move On - Si Oom
10. Clubeighties - Summer Move On - Tapi Aku Suka Pacarmu
11. Clubeighties - Summer Move On - Hingga Akhir Masa
12. Clubeighties - Summer Move On - Bidadari Kecil
13. Clubeighties - Summer Move On - Dialah Dia
14. Clubeighties - Summer Move On - Mu dan Nya
15. Clubeighties - Summer Move On - Mabuk Kepayang
16. Clubeighties - Summer Move On - Jangan Pernah Kembali

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Clubeighties - Album 1982 (Full Album)


01. Clubeighties - Album 1982 - Run Hely Run
02. Clubeighties - Album 1982 - I Love You
03. Clubeighties - Album 1982 - Tragedi Kisah Kasih
04. Clubeighties - Album 1982 - Sebatas Khayal
05. Clubeighties - Album 1982 - Discodansa
06. Clubeighties - Album 1982 - RM. Aryo Purboningrat
07. Clubeighties - Album 1982 - Gita Cinta
08. Clubeighties - Album 1982 - Jangan Kau Lagi
09. Clubeighties - Album 1982 - Masih Rahasia
10. Clubeighties - Album 1982 - Lagu Terakhir

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