Developer: Pipe Studio
Discs: 1 DVD(*.iso)
Requirements: Win 95/98/ME/2000/XP, P II 333 Mhz, 64 Mb RAM, video 800х600 16-bit
About the game:Malathion ... (alive smoking room!) ... A small Tasmanian catches of blue elephants whole bales - Dorval is called. Pochityvaya once in a newspaper kofiem, Chef and colleague learn to reduce the population of these rare animals and, of course, fly to the rescue. Toy collected on the engine QD Engine and became the third in the list of merit of this tool. And while the last two-dimensional ... The task - to collect the plane on which you have to fly to save rare animals. Chef (R) takes the jack on the left in the pantry. Colleague (R) opens the closet, takes a bottle and gets on the table. W includes fan, climbs on the table, put the jack on the table. By becoming a jack, W jacking. It takes up the fan and flies out on the shelf (it - airplane wing), where takes a jar of jam and jumps down to the floor. Both overlook the courtyard (right). It eats jam jar and throws a crow (give jar of jam Board). Bank shall be broken to raising splinter. Both returned to the room (left). Both climb on the table, W lowers jack, it gets K, W jacking. It takes up the fan and flies again on the shelf. There he cuts the rope (with pendant) and falls with the wing on the floor. W jumping off the table, takes wing on and off the fan. Both again climb on the table, W rises to the jack and remove the propeller colleague. W takes jack and both overlook the courtyard. W inserts wing aircraft, It touches propeller. W puts the barrel on the jack and gaining an empty bottle of fuel, then pours it in the plane. Both sit on a plane and fly away.
Genre: Quest, Adventure
Discs: 1 DVD(*.iso)
Requirements: ATI Radeon HD 4650 / NVIDIA GeForce 8600GT / Intel HD 4000
About the game:Ordinary employee of the Department of Death in the Land of the Dead Manny Calavera deals delivered straight from the tin shower down the stage. Depending on the transgression of one 3 way (almost as a plane-train-car). Or let wretches "business class" in a 4-year journey to eternal rest. But something was suddenly wrong in the world of the dead. (The game Les Manley 2 satirized this by depicting two beautiful women exhaust the hero in bed, by requesting that he again explain the difference between extended and expanded memory.) Computer Gaming World provided technical assistance to its writers to help install games for review. By 1996, the growing popularity of Microsoft Windows simplified device driver and memory management. As 3D graphics libraries such as DirectX and OpenGL matured and knocked proprietary interfaces out of the market, these platforms gained greater acceptance in the market, particularly with their demonstrated benefits in games such as Unreal. However, major changes to the Microsoft Windows operating system, by then the market leader, made many older DOS-based games unplayable on Windows NT, and later, Windows XP (without using an emulator, such as DOSbox). IBM and others sold some games like Microsoft Flight Simulator but the PC's CGA graphics and speaker sound were poor, and most customers bought the expensive but powerful computer for business. From mid-1985, however, what Compute! described as a "wave" of inexpensive IBM PC clones from American and Asian companies caused prices to decline; by the end of 1986, the equivalent to a $1600 real IBM PC with 256K RAM and two disk drives cost as little as $600, lower than the price of the Apple IIc. By 1987 the PC market was growing so quickly that the formerly business-only computer had become the largest and most important platform for computer game companies. An early text-adventure, Adventure, was developed for the PDP-11 minicomputer by Will Crowther in 1976, and expanded by Don Woods in 1977. By the 1980s, personal computers had become powerful enough to run games like Adventure, but by this time, graphics were beginning to become an important factor in games. The plot tells the story of four-year wanderings Manuel Calavera dead for Peace (English. The Land of the Dead) to the Ninth afterlife (Eng. The Ninth Underworld), last resting place of the dead.
Genre: Quest, Adventure
Discs: 2 CD(*.iso)
Requirements: Windows 98/Me/2000/XP, Celeron 300, ram 32 mb, Cd-Rom 4-x, DirectX 8.0
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