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Wednesday, November 20, 2013
GTA Vice City + Data for Android Free Download

GTA Vice City + Data for Android Free Download

The game belongs to an action-adventure genre and combines elements of shooter and auto simulator in the game world open for research with a classic style of control system. The idea of the previous games of the series develops in this version of the game. Therefore, the player will need to perform predominantly criminal tasks, which will come from different playable characters. They may be criminal bosses, who transmit information through local phone booths. The player also receives regular additional tasks, when he gets to a certain place in the game world, or gets into his car. Until the task is done, or failed, the player cannot perform other missions.


  • You must have 1.5 GB free in your mobile, Game files need a cpace of 1.38 GB
  • 1st install the game GTA-VC-APK
  • After Install goto SDCARD/Andorid
  • make a new folder name obb in android folder
  • You have a folder "com.rockstargames.gtavc" with 1.38GB of Data
  • Copy that folder with file and then paste in sdcard/android/obb/paste your folder here
  • Now run the game and enjoy :-)

  • File Size:  908 MB
  • Password:
  • How To:  Click On Download Link Wait For 5 Seconds Then Click On Skip Add At Upper Right Corner.
  • Download:  Mediafire Server 1 , Mediafire Server 2 Direct
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle 2 Battle Nexus Free Download

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle 2 Battle Nexus Free Download

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle 2 Battle Nexus Free Download
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Battle Nexus, improves the formula somewhat. Like the first title though, it suffers from dumb enemies, bland game-play and shoddy control. Although, Battle Nexus does in fact try to shake things up in a number of ways.

First, it lets you swap characters on the fly, with each turtle claiming a unique ability. Second, you can now play the main campaign through four player co-op, up from only two players in the last game. Third, Battle Nexus features collectible artifacts and includes the classic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade game. First, we'll dissect the on-the-fly character swapping.

Initially, this sounded like a groovy addition. After all, each turtle possesses his own unique personality and abilities in the show, so why not in a game? While Battle Nexus makes use of the feature, it feels rather shallow most of the time.

Donatello, the smartest of the bunch, operates computer consoles and switches, letting him disable security lasers and open doors. And that's all he does. Donatello could have had far cooler abilities, such as the ability to hack into and control robotic enemies, for one. And where are all those cool gadgets he invented in the show?

The other turtles claim equally handy, yet altogether disappointing, abilities and talents. Leonardo uses his Katanas to slice through certain barriers and Raphael's intrinsic rage helps him move heavy boxes and crates. The game affords you plenty of opportunities to use each power, but each is a simple matter of calling Donatello to flip a switch or Raphael to move a box. Nothing terribly exciting, but it works well enough. A roster of unique abilities per character would have been cooler. Not to mention more strategic ways to use them to solve challenges in the game.

In addition to different abilities, each turtle boasts unique attacks. As stated in earlier coverage, each turtle features a basic set of moves. Each has two primary attacks: light and strong. The strong attack causes heavy damage but is slow, where the light attack delivers two consecutive blows that don't deliver much damage. Each turtle also performs one aerial attack and one charge attack. Raphael's charge attack unleashes a ring of fire called "Turtle Flame" while Leonardo emits a short-distance projectile called "Turtle Slash." Michelangelo throws a long-distance energy ball called "Turtle Blast."

System Requirement:

Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP
Pentium III or Athlon 800MHz Processor
32MB nVidia GeForce 3 or ATI Radeon 8500 class Video Card
1.65GB Hard Disk Space
DirectX 9.0b

  • File Size:  93 MB
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Tomb Raider 3 Adventure Of Lara Croft Free Download

Tomb Raider 3 Adventure Of Lara Croft Free Download

Tomb Raider 3 Adventure Of Lara Croft Free Download
Tomb Raider 3 Adventures Of Lara Croft is an action adventure video game developed by Core Design and published by me. It is the third instalment in the Tomb Raider series, and the sequel to Tomb Raider II. The game was originally released for PC and PlayStation in November 1998 and for the PlayStation Network in 2009 in America, with a release for the European PlayStation Network following in March 2011. The story follows Lara Croft as she embarks upon a quest to recover four pieces of a meteorite that are scattered across the world. The game has sold 6.5 million copies worldwide. Millions of years ago, a meteoroid strikes Antarctica, decimating a large area full of life on the then near tropical continent. In the present day, a corporation called RX Tech, under the guidance of Dr. Mark Willard, excavates the site, finding strange Rapa Nui like statues and the grave of one of the Darwin's sailors. Within the game, while India must be visited first and Antarctica last, the three other locations: South Pacific Islands, London, and Nevada, can be visited in any order.

The latest Tomb Raider game shows that the series is falling a bit behind the times. Much has happened since Lara Croft first showed her face (and other body parts) to the world in 1996. There have been stunning advances in 3D gaming technology, and the third person action game - a genre that the original Tomb Raider helped to define is now everywhere. Now Lara is back in Tomb Raider III, and although her persona outside of the game continues to, shall we say, develop, the latest Tomb Raider game shows that the series is falling a bit behind the times.

Tomb Raider III, like its predecessors, is an action game with a healthy dose of adventure and puzzle elements thrown in for good measure. Your job is to guide Lara Croft through a surprisingly varied set of levels, many of which provide an intense sense of immersion. In fact, the size, scope, and atmosphere of the levels are probably the game's strongest point. But these levels, however cavernous, are filled with things you've already seen, and in order to beat the game, you're required to make Lara do things she's already done. Lara runs, Lara swims, Lara shoots, Lara must jump carefully across a canyon. Is it wrong not to be more excited about these activities?
The strength of the original Tomb Raider was the fact that Lara Croft was a free roaming character in a real 3D world; at the time it was a new experience. Also, the sheer size of the levels was enough to capture many gamers' imaginations. But even on Lara's first outing, the weaknesses of the game's engine manifested themselves in that there wasn't always much to see or do in Lara's world. From the get-go, the concept behind Lara Croft was always more intriguing than the execution.

In the time since Tomb Raider first hit the scene, gamers' expectations have grown exponentially, and more than a few games have offered up environments on par with Lara Croft's romping grounds. The stunning lack of innovation as this series has progressed is beginning to stand out more as the world keeps moving forward.
Take the camera control as an example, as it is a major hindrance to your progress in Tomb Raider III. The designers have provided rudimentary camera controls to let you get a better look at the environment. But no matter what angle you choose, Lara's backside is just plain in the way too much of the time; a true selectable first-person perspective would have been a very welcome addition to orient yourself before making jumps. As other 3D games have hit the scene with improved camera handling (the best probably being the N64 game, Legend of Zelda), Tomb Raider's camera deficiency stands out more than ever.

To be fair, Tomb Raider III does sport some advances. As already mentioned, the levels are bigger than ever before; Lara has acquired a few new moves this time out (the monkey swing being the most fun); and the game's cinematic cutscenes are better. But apart from the improved graphics, it would take a well-trained eye to distinguish Tomb Raider III from the earlier installments.
One last thing: Tomb Raider III is hard. In fact, it would be difficult for most players to finish the game without a strategy guide in hand. If you relish a real challenge, this level of difficulty gives Tomb Raider III a lot of value; if you get frustrated easily, you may want to take some Advil before you settle down to play. If you loved the first two Tomb Raider installments and can't wait for more, then Tomb Raider III is worth checking out. Likewise, if you've seen Lara Croft on posters but have never played a game in the series, then Tomb Raider III is a perfectly enjoyable game that might just provide you hours of fun. But if you're looking for something new, you'll need to look somewhere else.


System= Pentium 3 CPU 450 MHz
RAM= 128 MB
Video Memory= 16 MB
Size= 48.18 MB
OS= Windows 98, 2000, ME, XP, Vista, Seven 7 and Windows 8

  • File Size:  56 MB
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  • Download:  ShareBeast
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Grand Theft Auto (GTA) Vice City Full Game Free Download

Grand Theft Auto (GTA) Vice City Full Game Free Download

Grand Theft Auto (GTA) Vice City Full Game Free Download
GTA Vice City Having just made it back onto the streets of Liberty City after a long stretch in maximum security, Tommy Vercetti is sent to Vice City by his old boss, Sonny Forelli. They were understandably nervous about his re-appearance in Liberty City, so a trip down south seemed like a good idea. But all does not go smoothly upon his arrival in the glamorous, hedonistic metropolis of Vice City. He’s set up and is left with no money and no merchandise. Sonny wants his money back, but the biker gangs, Cuban gangsters, and corrupt politicians stand in his way. Most of Vice City seems to want Tommy dead. His only answer is to fight back and take over the city himself.

GTA Vice City offers vehicular pleasures to suit every taste. For the speed enthusiast, there’s high-performance cars and motorbikes. For the sportsman, a powerboat or a golf buggy lets you enjoy the great outdoors. For those that need that sense of freedom and escape, why not charter a helicopter and see the beauty of Vice City from the air?

As the party capital of America, you would expect your ears to be seduced by a host of sultry melodies and pumping beats, but the city is truly rocking. You’ll be AMAZED as you sweep through Vice City’s FM dial. If you are feeling like trouble, you can tune into some driving rock, or some crucial electro, or maybe you want to slow down with some sweet soul, and there will always be some great romantic anthems if you want to really take your mind off things. For the action man, or outdoors type, there’s tons of fun things to do and adventures to be had… guaranteed. For the secretive or creepy type, Vice City is full of surprises, a place where you’ll constantly be surprised by the vivacious, fun-loving types who live there and the things you can discover.

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is the most diverse and ambitious piece of interactive entertainment yet created. The game is developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games. Grand Theft Auto Vice City is going to be released for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system on October 22, 2002. Rockstar Games Announces Grand Theft Auto: Vice City; Next Installment of Grand Theft Auto Franchise to Hit Streets in October.

  • File Size:  244 MB
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  • Download:  Sharebeast
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
CIA Operation Solo Massions Game For Pc Full

CIA Operation Solo Massions Game For Pc Full

CIA Operative Solo Missions is a Shooting Game. CIA Operative Solo Missions Developers is Trainwreck Studios. CIA Operative Solo Missions Published By ValuSoft. CIA Operative Solo MissionsRelease in North America on May 4, 2001. CIA Operative Solo Missions Platform is PC. Single player Mode in CIA Operative Solo Missions. In This Game Where you play as CIA gunman Jack Noel and track down terrorist.In This Game Lot of Action. After You Play the Game Every Mission make story.CIA Operative: Solo Missions is a Shooting Block Buster Game. CIA Operative: Solo Missions graphic 7 Sound are wonderful. This Game Graphics is Very Higher.

CIA Operative Solo Missions is like those games including the delta Force, Americas Army: Special Forces, Quake 3 arena, Control Monger, D-Day Normandy,Cube, Digital Paint: Paintball 2.0, F.E.A.R. Combat, Dispatch of Army, GunZ The Duel, KumaWar ,Nexuiz , Realm Wars, Open Arena, Tremulous, Urban Terror, TrueCombat: Elite, War Rock, Warsow, World of Padman & Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory. This Game Graphics is Very Clear. This Game Best For your Computers.

Code Result:

GOD – CIA Operative: Solo Missions God mode
FLY – CIA Operative: Solo Missions Free flying mode
NOTARGET – CIA Operative: Solo Missions Enemys no longer shoot
NOCLIP – CIA Operative: Solo Missions Walk trough walls
MAP X? - CIA Operative: Solo Missions replace ? with 1-6 to jump to a map
endgame – CIA Operative: Solo Missions Win Game
timescale # – CIA Operative: Solo Missions Set Game Speed to # (normal is 1)
Special Cheats Code
To speed up tha game try :

System Requirements:

OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
CPU: 800 Mhz
RAM: 256 MB
Hard Drive: 50 MB
  • File Size:  48.49 MB
  • Password:
  • How To:  Click On Download Link Wait For 5 Seconds Then Click On Skip Add At Upper Right Corner.
  • Download:  Mediafire

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