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Game Guru

Postby Muhammad Mahdi » 17 Feb 2007, 18:37

How about having a page which informs the readers about a new game, its cheats, hints etc?

I wrote this.

GAME GURU

Ever felt too dependant?

Tired of being supported?

Want to be your own man?

Now is the time!

Lemonade Tycoon gives you the perfect opportunity. Start with a small lemonade stand and a few bucks. Rent a good area, consult the weather forecast, set your price, buy the supplies, and tweak the perfect recipe.

Make right decisions and promote yourself. Move to higher traffic areas, increase your prices, and rent clowns to entertain your customers, build up your very own Lemonade Empire!

Finally, after months and years of playing, post your scores on the Lemonade Stock Exchange (LSX) and see how your kingdom compares to others around the world.

File Size:

4.82 MB

OS:
Win 9X 2000 ME XP

Requirements:
64M RAM
Pentium II 400 MHz processor

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Re: Game Guru

Postby abuali » 16 May 2008, 18:26

Flight Simulator Review
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Microsoft Flight Simulator is one the longest running , best known and most comprehensive flight simulators available. MS Flight simulator is less a game than an immersive virtual environment. It can be frustrating, complex and difficult due to its realism but it can be rewarding for the skilled flightsimmer at the same time.
Those new to the Flight simulator series may take time to get used to the game as unlike the racing and shooting games out there, FS does not require you to go on secret missions of saving the world. The game, as the name suggests, is simply a flight simulator.
Its realism caters for pilots, would be pilots and people who once dreamed of being pilots. It allows you to fly one of the several types of aircrafts available from almost any airport in the world to any other airport in the world. FS invites its guests to experience virtually every conceivable parameter of civilian piloting while virtually exploring every conceivable corner of this planet.
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 has a staggering 21,000 operational airports and 12 different types of flyable aircrafts including the humungous Boeing 747-400. The landscape is so detailed that you’ll swear you’re flying over the real thing. Feel like flying over the Kilimanjaro, going around the Eifel Tower or flying over the North Pole, just select an aircraft and you are on your way.
In most locations, the game automatically generates terrain, vegetation, shading, and textures to match that of the real world.
Some aircrafts provide smooth-scrolling virtual 3D cockpits complete with operational gauges and zoom/unzoom capability.
The simulator also has an option to speed up real time and so you can get to your destination quicker than it would actually take if flying in real time. You can choose a flight from the games menu or you can create your own flight plan.
The game has tutorials for those who have no idea about flying. New pilots can start with the ‘Getting started’ videos, wherein licensed pilots take their pupils on a preparatory tour of the absolute basics. Experience pros can continue with the interactive sessions as they from private pilot to commercial and airline transport captain.
The game isn’t heavy on the processor or graphics card but to enjoy the level of detail a good processor and 3D graphics card is highly recommended. Although the keyboard and mouse can be used as controls, a joystick will make the experience more enjoyable.
Happy flying.
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Re: Game Guru

Postby abuali » 16 May 2008, 18:32

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