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  • WinAmp By Thelappie

    Winamp was born as a very basic media player and has slowly but consistently improving for many years. Its main purpose was to be completely customizable and through the years, many people have contributed to a library that now consists of over 20,000 skins and loads of plug-ins.

    Winamp supports a wide range of file formats, and because the program is small and simple, it works quickly on almost all computers. Have a look through the available plug-ins and you will also find that you can hook up your iPod and manage its music library.Winamp may have been around for ever, but it hasn't been left behind and is a fully featured music player that's really customizable. A good alternative to iTunes.  
  • Full Throttle By Thelappie

    In the future year 2040, where motorized vehicles are being replaced by their anti-gravitational counterparts. The last domestic motorcycle manufacturer in the country is Corley Motors, whose founder and CEO, the elderly Malcolm Corley, is en route to a shareholders meeting at the Corley factory, accompanied by his vice president, Adrian Ripburger. Malcolm suspects that Ripburger is scheming to take over the company, and is suspicious of Ripburger's plan to recruit a biker gang to ride with them to the meeting. Malcolm's limousine is overtaken by one such gang, the Polecats, and he is immediately impressed with them. Catching up to them at a biker bar, he quickly befriends their leader, Ben. Ripburger offers to hire the Polecats to escort Malcolm to the meeting, but when Ben declines, he is knocked out by Ripburger's flunkies, Bolus and Nestor.
  • Grand Theft Auto By Thelappie

    The player is free to do whatever they want, but have limited lives upon doing so. The player can gain points by causing death and destruction amid the traffic in the city, or steal and sell cars for profit. To get to the large target money required to complete a level, players will usually opt to complete at least some missions to build up their multiplier. Some criminal acts have an inherent multiplier; for example, using a police car for running over people doubles the number of points received. If the player is arrested then their multiplier is halved. Unlike in later games in the series, the player can be killed, or "wasted", in one hit without body armor. If the player is wasted then they lose a life. In both cases the player loses their current equipment. If the player is wasted too many times, they must restart the level.
  • Grand Theft Auto 2 By Thelappie

    Grand Theft Auto is back. The cars are faster. The streets are busier. The bad guys are nastier. The police are angrier. And now, the FBI and the Army are getting involved...
    Seven ruthless gangs are involved in a ruthless power struggle and it is up to you to make a name for yourself.
    Respect is earned, not given.
  • Minecraft Portable By Thelappie

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    Note: This is the full version of Minecraft so you still need a Mojang account to login and run the game. Here's a fully working version of Minecraft that can be run from a thumb-drive if you are like me and want to be able to take Minecraft with you anywhere. It works by adding the data folder to the portable folder with the help from a .bat file. You can even run resource packs with it and connect to realms. The launcher downloads the latest version of Minecraft so there should be no problem. Screenshots are taken using the portable version, playing 1.11.2 on my own realm. Install Follow the steps below to install. Download the .zip file and unpack it. Rename the folder to anything you want Run the .bat file that is located inside the folder. This will update the .exe file inside the Bin folder and start the launcher Run the bat file every time you want to launch the game. This makes sure that files are saved in the portable folder. There you go. Take MC with you and play it with your settings and resourcepacks from anywhere.  
  • textures John Smith Legacy By Thelappie

    These Resource Packs are only compatible with the Minecraft 1.12 releases, they have been tested with OptiFine and Sildurs Vibrant Shaders, these are not required but do add some nice features like Connected Textures (CTM), Better Skies, Random Mobs, Custom Colours, Shaders and lots more. They've not been tested with any other game mod, sorry I cannot help or support other untested mods. Seems to work fine with shaders.  
  • Theme Hospital By Thelappie

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    DOSBox This game requires DOSBox emulator. Get it here   Hard to find any flaw in Theme Hospital, the game was critically acclaimed and had a lot of success. Graphics are cartoonish and very well animated, diseases are totally hilarious (especially the descriptions) and a really funny multiplayer mode: Up to 4 players can compete with their own hospital, close to the others. Everyone share the same community of sick people and the goal is to make more money than the others. VIP patients are proposed to everyone simultaneously, the quickest player to accept will get it. You may also refuse difficult patients and send them to another hospital to overload them, but should they manage them, they will make more money! When buying a new square of land, a bidding competition starts, allowing you to make your competitors to spend more. You can also create a salary war to debauch the employees of the other hospitals. Another vicious weapon: "dirty bombs" you can send to your competitors. They take some time to blow up, but if the player spot it, he can send it to another hospital and so on until it blows! Gameplay of Theme Hospital  
  • Blood II: The Chosen + Expansion By Thelappie

    Yes, you can kill with Voodoo dolls in Blood 2
    Hellbent on being ultra-violent and generally disagreeable, Blood 2 follows the original game but sets the action some one hundred years into the future, incorporating lots of sci-fi imagery in the process. Visually, this game is miles away from its Build-powered predecessor, using Monolith’s patented LithTech engine (the same one used in No One Lives Forever and Shogo). As a result, Blood II is practically bursting with vibrant colors and neat environmental effects, like fire, smoke, and, of course, blood. Buckets of blood actually, as this coupled with the game’s dark humor are the only things differentiating it from any other shooter. Levels are typically linear affairs, involving simple ‘go here and activate this or that’ sort of gameplay that proceeds you into the following level. Again, this game makes no attempt at redefining the genre, but it looks good, sounds good and plays fairly well. The music in particular feels surreal at times and fits perfectly with some of the more macabre imagery. Even so, the polished visuals do lose out to the previous Blood’s much more gritty appearance, which could nauseate at a moment’s notice. The LithTech engine’s more crispier, colorful visual presentation struggles throughout in this regard. Gone are the robe wielding cultists of old, as Blood II pits you against fanatics wearing Armani suits alongside a multitude of supernatural creatures, like the axe-wielding zombie or the facehugger-like Bone Leech (reminiscent to the disembodied hand that strangles you, also returning here as well). While enemies usually make for tricky target practice, this is usually due to their almost perfect aim than acute intelligence. Their pathfinding seems particularly atrocious, with brain-dead zombies stopping in their tracks at the mere sight of any obstacles. You’ll typically take damage whenever you have a cultist within your sights, and these guys have a tendency to gang up at every corner. Even when taking hits, foes still manage to shoot back with uncanny aim, regardless of whether you’re strafing, crouching or jumping. Although not inherently a terrible thing, you’ll also notice how very easily enemies tend to gib, almost as if they were blood-filled helium balloons waiting to get popped. There’s little satisfaction in smearing bad guys all over the walls when just a couple of bullets can turn them into red wallpaper. At a total of twenty guns, you’ll eventually be forced to drop obsolete boomsticks for better hardware, and some of the best explosive weapons do indeed rock. At the end of it all, Blood II offers quite a prolonged splatterfest through a colorful, grim alternate universe. It’s quite a long ride, laden with crimson trails, explosions, insane cultists and lots of hot lead. Yet at the end of it all, one might be left asking… was there a point? Gameplay  
  • Glary Utilities By Softman

    Pros:  Fast and simple. Good for on-demand scanning. Clear concise options. Cons:  Doesn't provide system monitoring, ads to upgrade to pro version. Glary Utilities will launch by default upon installation. When the main screen appears it starts on the overview tab. Select the 1-Click Maintenance tab, select the Tracks Eraser then scan for issues.

    Glary is the best on-demand cleaner. Once you've performed the 1-click scan and repair, Glary will remember this setting and always start here. For future scans open the program, click scan, click repair and its done. The fastest of the suites by far.

    Glary will clean as good as CCleaner with greater simplicity. Click the "Show Details" links next to the "Problems Found" to easily see what was scanned and removed.

    The Advanced Tools tab is for the more experienced user, offering additional features and custom settings. This can be a dangerous area for the novice, so use caution.
  • Open TTD By Thelappie

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    OpenTTD is modelled after the original Transport Tycoon game by Chris Sawyer and enhances the game experience dramatically. Many features were inspired by TTDPatch while others are original.

    Significant enhancements from the original game include: bigger maps (up to 64 times in size) stable multiplayer mode for up to 255 players in 15 companies, or as spectators dedicated server mode and an in-game console for administration IPv6 and IPv4 support for all communication of the client and server in game downloading of AIs, NewGRFs, scenarios and heightmaps new pathfinding algorithms that makes vehicles go where you want them to autorail/-road build tool, improved terraforming canals, shiplifts, aqueducts larger, non-uniform stations and the ability to join them together mammoth and multi-headed trains different configurable models for acceleration of vehicles clone, autoreplace and autoupdate vehicles the possibility to build on slopes and coasts advanced/conditional orders, share and copy orders longer and higher bridges including several new designs, plus fully flexible tracks/roads under bridges reworked airport system with many more airports/heliports (e.g. international and metropolitan) presignals, semaphores, path based signalling support for TTDPatch NewGRF features offering many options for graphics and behaviour configuration/modification drive-through road stops for articulated road vehicles and trams multiple trees on one tile bribe the town authority many configuration settings to tune the game to your liking save games using zlib compression for smaller sizes, while not interrupting gameplay significant internationalisation support. OpenTTD has already been translated into over 50 languages dynamically created town names in 18 languages, plus NewGRF support for additional languages freely distributable graphics, sounds and music framework for custom (user) written AIs zooming further out in the normal view and zooming out in the small map Lots of effort has been put into making OpenTTD easy to use. These include: convert rail tool (to electrified rail, monorail, and maglev) drag&drop support for almost all tools (demolition, road/rail building/removing, stations, scenario editor, etc) sorting of most lists based on various criteria (vehicle, station, town, industries, etc.) mouse wheel support (scroll menus, zoom in/out) autoscroll when the mouse is near the edge of the screen/window sell whole train by dragging it to the dynamite trashcan cost estimation with the 'shift' key advanced options configuration window, change settings from within the game Graphical/interface features: screenshots can be in BMP, PNG or PCX format (select in game options menu) more currencies (including Euro introduction in 2002) extra viewports to view more parts of the game world at the same time resolution and refresh rate selection for fullscreen mode colourful newspaper after a certain date colour coded vehicle profits game speed increase (through fast forward button or by pressing the TAB key) snappy and sticky windows that always stay on top and neatly align themselves to other windows more hotkeys for even less mouse-clicking support for 32 bit graphics support for right-to-left languages support for other (sized) fonts where the user interface scales based on the font and translation Posting a full list would be futile as it would mean updating this page almost daily, and even then some things might be forgotten.
  • Sam and Max Hit the Road By Thelappie

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    Grab your nightstick, squeal like a siren, and Hit the Road with Sam & Max, Freelance Police, as they attempt to crack their toughest case. Sam (a canine shamus) and Max (a hyperkinetic rabbity thing) are hot on the trail of a runaway carnival bigfoot across America’s quirky underbelly in this deranged animated adventure!

    Solving this case is up to you! You direct the actions of Sam & Max, tearing down the road with mayhem on their minds and Corn Duds™ on their breath, on a peril-fraught mission to make the world safe for Sasquatches and sentient mammals everywhere!

    Based on Steve Purcell's unconventional cult comic books, Sam & Max will take you on an irreverent road trip adventure that will put hair on your back. Collide with tacky tourist traps and intimidate their bizarre denizens.

    Help our frightening, furry flatfoots find the fugitive freak! Do it now! Enjoy edgy animation and twisted humor! Endless hours of fun playing mini-games like Wak-A-Rat and CarBomb! Indulge in gratuitous antisocial behavior! Roadside attractions your parents refused to stop at!
  • Fallout 1 By Scarbase

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    Note Requires ISO emulator. Not tested on Windows 10. During the 1980s, Interplay left its mark on computer role-playing through a classic called Wasteland. Universally hailed for its then superior gameplay, Wasteland threw players into a dreary, vast, post-apocalyptic world where mutants, blood-thirsty gangs, and radiation-scarred madmen roamed the land. It’s then probably no surprise that Interplay decided to revisit this desolate but attractive setting with Fallout. And the result is one of the finest role-playing games around.

    During the introduction, we learn that the player character is one of the “lucky” few who have survived inside a massive nuclear bunker. Yet, after seventy years of isolation, time is beginning to run out for the vault-dwellers; the chip that controls the Vault’s water purification system has given out and supplies are running desperately low. With only 150 days left before the remaining water runs out, the leader of the Vault asks you to journey into the hostile wastelands to find a replacement chip. Gameplay  
  • Fallout 2 By Scarbase

    Set eighty years after the end of the first game, this post-apocalyptic role-playing odyssey builds on the story of the Vault Dweller. The backstory is simple. Cast out by his or her own people, the hero of Vault 13 wandered the Wastes for a while before founding the village of Arroyo. By the time Fallout 2 begins, little remains of the legendary founder but collective memories, an old blue and yellow vault suit, a barely-functioning Pip Boy, and a water flask. Unfortunately, the village is dying; the crops are withered and the wells are running dry. The solution? Send you, the player and lineal descendent of the Vault Dweller, on a quest to find the one object that can save Arroyo: the G.E.C.K., or Garden of Eden Creation Kit.

    Naturally, no one has the foggiest idea of where one might find a G.E.C.K., other than that it might be best to scout out another vault to see if anyone happened to have an unused one lying about. Armed only with a spear, the vault suit of your forefather or mother and a genuine Vault 13 water flask, it’s your job to scour the wastelands looking for salvation in a suitcase. And scour you will, all over northern California and Nevada. There are a lot of places to visit in Fallout 2, though few are critical to the main plot. Just as in the original game, however, you’ll want to buff up your character through a lot of side quests before tackling the nastier bits of the main story. Gameplay  
  • Rage of Mages 2 By Thelappie

    Feel the wrath in the thrilling sequel, Rage of Mages II: Necromancer, a role-playing, real-time strategy game. Recruit stalwart allies to aid you against your enemies. Gather powerful weapons to show your might and wield awesome magic as you complete important quests and train your character to be the mightiest of all.

    Across a barren wasteland, a sleeping evil crawls from the depths of the earth. At first content to slowly build their strength within a small region, the Necromancers will soon reveal their awesome power as they move to subjugate the entire land for their evil purposes. Wielding dark magic, they have perfected the art of raising the dead and now command these terrible minions to obey their slightest whim. Amassing an army is a trivial task for those that can summon the black legions of departed souls. You must embark upon a journey to improve strength and skill, enlist powerful allies, and recover a lost talisman of ancient magic to survive the coming onslaught. Ultimately you must seek out the lair of the Necromancers and destroy them and their undead puppets before they can carry out their terrifying plans. Are you ready? 43 non-linear, branching missions: Rage of Mages II: Necromancer personalizes the game playing experience by allowing players to experience greater variety on their quest. New story set in an original realm: Players lead their party of adventurers through Arabian-style desert cities and arboreal Druid villages. Each location delivers new challenges and new foes. Over 400 weapons, items, spells, objects and buildings to help adventurers in their travels. 80 unique foes to conquer, including hideous skeletons, zombies, Druids, shamans, and the lethal race of Necromancers. Each foe features deadly new combat abilities. New ally system: Players can now crush the competition by allying with Orcs and Trolls, as well as with other people. Increased replay value: Additional multiplayer arenas support up to 16 players.
  • The X-Files Game By Thelappie

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    Join special agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully in The X-Files Game, an live-action adventure from Fox Interactive. This investigation into the shadowy world of The X-Files contains entirely new footage, shot exclusively for this title. As agent Craig Willmore, you'll examine evidence, interview witnesses, and interact with familiar X-Files characters, such as Fox Mulder, Dana Scully, Assistant Director Skinner, the Lone Gunmen, X, and other familiar faces from the series. The X-Files Game incorporates VirtualCinema technology, a cutting-edge software engine that allows the player to become the main character in the story. Players are able to respond to and affect other characters' attitudes and behavior, which change as the game progresses, depending on the course of previous events. An intuitive user interface facilitates complete immersion of the player into The X-Files world. Developed in close cooperation with Chris Carter, The X-Files series creator, and Ten Thirteen Productions, The X-Files Game features the work of Frank Spotnitz, series writer and co-executive producer; Jon Joffin, director of photography; and Mark Snow, composer. Instructions 1)Mount CD 1 using a ISO reaidn software or by right clicking and choose "Mount" (Windows 8 and 10)
    2) Install full game. It will ask you to switch CDs, make sure you eject the one that is already mounted before you mount the next CD.
    3) Wait for the installer to finish.
    4) Install Quick Time. The game requires the Quick Time player to run. There's no way around it.
    5) Enjoy If there are any problems with either the installer or the game, try running them in XP compatibility mode. I got this game installed and running on my Windows 10 PC.  

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