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Midnight Club 2 (180 MB)
Screen shots of this game:Midnight Club 2 (180 MB)Midnight Club II builds on the illegal street racingfun found in the PS2 launch title Midnight Club. Like that game it pits you against street toughs in non-linear street races, all for bragging rights and access to better and more sophisticated rides. New in Midnight Club II are the police and the ability to drive a motorcycle. The game begins with you in the charge of a slob named Moses. He acts as tutor, teaching you how to control your beater car and how to use power-ups, as well as offering overall moral support. He teaches you how to go about the business of the game: earning new gear such as Nitrous Oxide, newcars, and even new controls. The award of new controls later in the game show how you're a novice driver at the start but by the end you're a pro who can land on all four wheels after a jump, expertly control a power slide turn, and much, much more.Much of the game consists of cruising around three large and well rendered cities: Paris, Tokyo, and Los Angeles. You don't just challange someone to a race or sign up for an event and show up. Instead you get a map and have to follow a red dot. The dot is a rival racer. Once you track and chase him down, you flash your high beams and then you can race him. It's a clever way of giving you a warm up, keeping you immersed in the game, and best of all, teaching you the layout of each city. Racing is fun, fast, and furious. This isn't a simulation, it's an arcade-style racer--but the physics system is internally consistent so it feels more "realistic" than it actually is. Rockstar has put a premium on keeping you in control, keeping the thrill-factor high, and giving you a heart stopping sense of speed.The graphics are fantastic and the cities are incredibly detailed. As a counter-point, the voice acting is just plain awful. Midnight Club II offers a wide range of game modes ensuring it will be playable for a long time to come: career, mission, and a mode that lets you just jump into a race. Multiplayer is possible in hotseat mode, but it also supports Internet play.Internet lag is bad over dial-up modem (PS2), but broadband players (Xbox Live or PS2) will find the game silky smooth. All of this makes Midnight Club II a great addition to and video games racing fan's library, but a must for online fans.Download: Notes:1.) Join with hjplit2.) Unzip/Unace (Ace 2.0) manually & Run Setup.bat to decompress gamedata3.) Hit "mc2.exe" to play the game!4) Say thanks in this thread

Chicken Little Ace In ActionAdventure
Chicken Little Ace In ActionAdventureAction English Cracked EXE Buena Vista Games November 2005 DVD-5 Iso Everyone 10+Walt Disney Pictures' Chicken Little catapults players smack dab into the middle of Oakey Oaks,Chicken Little's hometown, where they experience first-hand all of the action, humor, fun andheart-warming adventure as portrayed in the film.Taking on the roles of Chicken Little and his friends Abby Mallard, Runt-of-the-Litter and Fish-out-of-Water,players must try to outwit bully Foxy Loxy and save the town from an alien invasion all the while attempting toreverse Chicken Little's tarnished reputation from that unfortunate "acorn incident." You know, the one wherehe shouted, "The sky is falling!" causing mass chaos in the town of Oakey Oaks,and earning him the reputation of town fool.Download Links Pass:

The Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar
The Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of AngmarThe Lord of the Rings Online is a fun and accessible online role-playing game that does just enough to distinguish itself from its high-profile competition.With a license as lucrative as Lord of the Rings, Turbine Entertainment could have simply created a World of Warcraft clone with Middle-earth nomenclature on it and called it a day. That The Lord of the Rings Online is such an accessible experience is bound to draw comparisons to the genre's leading title, but that it's so enjoyable to play is a testament to its great design. Its inventive aspects are peripheral, but they are there, and combined with slick and engaging questing, the package makes for plenty of appealing exploration.Tolkien fans won't be left in the lurch, either. The game is brimming with well-known characters and name-dropping galore, as well as familiar races that should please anyone acquainted with the LOTR universe. Men, dwarves, hobbits, and elves are all represented, along with seven total classes being up for grabs. For massively multiplayer game veterans, though, this doesn't make for a lot of choices when games like EverQuest 2 offer so many more combinations, particularly if you plan on playing multiple characters. On the other hand, there is a good variety of gameplay styles from which to choose within those limitations. Classes like the pet-handling lore-master and the stealthy burglar play much differently, and all of them have a role to play within a group of adventurers. Significantly, all of them are viable solo classes as well.With narrative-focused MMOGs like Dungeons & Dragons Online and Asheron's Call 2 under Turbine's belt, it should come as no surprise that a group of story quests thread together your adventures. Completing each one rewards you with a high-quality cutscene, and it's in these moments that the license shines most. In your early adventures, it's tough to shake the feeling that you've seen most of these types of quests before in other fantasy RPGs. Once the story quests kick in, though, the immersion factor rises and the world's unique qualities come more clearly into focus.It helps that Middle-earth is beautiful to look at and brimming with touches that distinguish it from other fantasy settings. Seeing petite hobbit holes or the House of Elrond for the first time are gleeful moments for fans. The Lord of the Rings Online does not feature the most technically proficient visuals, with occasionally simple geometry and relatively lackluster character models. On the other hand, the environments are simply breathtaking, featuring plenty of rolling hills covered with lush, colorful foliage and detailed architecture. Even the more barren reaches of Middle-earth look impressive--like the mountains of the Ettenmoors, where dead trees and torn flags litter the landscape. The game engine runs smoothly and has few frame-rate jitters on even more modest systems, so performance issues are not likely to stand in the way of your escapades.The game's greatest asset is that there's simply so much to do. World of Warcraft may be the king of quest-based MMOGs, but The Lord of the Rings Online is no slouch, and in fact, you may find yourself with so much to do that you reach the 40-quest limit in your quest log more often than you would expect. The upside is that you'll never be stuck grinding because there's nothing else to do. The quests require you to roam about a good deal, which makes for some occasionally leisurely travel but gives exploration types plenty to see. Aside from the story quests, they mostly boil down to the usual go-there-kill-that missions. On the other hand, some of them are clever and fit well with their locale, such as the Shire quests in which you deliver food while avoiding the noses of hungry hobbits.Download:

Dungeon Siege IIRip
---------------------- Info -----------------------Format : RIPLanguage : EnglishSize :Main Rip : 5 x 99.18mb , 1 x 14.44mbMusic Addon : 1 xSpeech Addon : 1 x 99.18mb , 1 x 4.60mb1) Run "Unpak.bat" to unpack dataz (reqs 6.5 gigs free)2) Run "DS2VideoConfig.exe" then "DungeonSiege2.exe" to play game.3) Enjoy baby!!More:#1 : Thanx to Reloaded for removing the SmartPE prot.#2 : Ripped : Movies, Music, speeches (only subbed ones).Rip is oversized, but this game was so much expectedby RPG freaks...#3 : some addons planned.About The Game :Dungeon Siege II is the sequel to Dungeon Siege, an action fantasy role-playing game featuring an immersive fully 3-D environment. The originalDungeon Siege plunges players into a 3-D fantasy world where players canbuild up a party and move seamlessly from one over-the-top battle to thenext.Music Addon:1) Unace in gamedir then run "Unpak_music.bat" to install.Note : If you already have played DS2 on your current win session,you must reboot your Computer to activate this addon.2) Run "DS2VideoConfig.exe" then "DungeonSiege2.exe" to play game.3) Enjoy baby!!Speech Addon:1) Unace in gamedir then run "Unpak_speeches.bat" to install.Note : If you already have played DS2 on your current win session,you must reboot your computer to activate this addon.2) Run "DS2VideoConfig.exe" then "DungeonSiege2.exe" to play game.3) Enjoy baby!!Download:Password:rebe Addon: addon:

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Moto Gp3[RIP](2008/ENG)(1.2Gb only)
Minimum System RequirementsOS: Windows XP/VistaProcessor: pentium4Memory: 512 MB ( 1GB for Vista)Hard Drive: 4.7 GB FreeVideo Memory: nVidia GeForce 6600 or ATI X1600 (Shader Model 3.0)Sound Card: DirectX CompatibleDirectX: 9.0cKeyboard & MouseDVD Rom DriveRipped : Intro, Crappy Track Prez, MoviesInstall Notes1. unrar2. Launch _setup.bat & wait ..(disable UAC on Vista)3. Mount NS-MOTOGP08_SR-poseden.mds4. Have FUNFile Size : 1.2GBDownloadTotal size (1.2GB Only) 12*100MB Parts

Operation Thunderstorm 2008
Operation Thunderstorm was the codename for the Singapore Armed Forces’s operation to contain refugees fleeing South Vietnam following the fall of Saigon in 1975. This is the GameDownLoad:Code:

Genre: Motorcycle RacingESRB: EVERYONEOffline Modes: CompetitiveOnline Modes: CompetitiveNumber of Players: 1 PlayerNumber of Online Players: 12 OnlineDescription:The official game of the 2008 Season, Moto GP 08 features all the official riders, bikes and tracks from this year's event providing the definitive 2 wheeled racing experience. For the first time you can race as yourself in a team against the world's elite riders, across 125cc, 250cc and GP class bikes. You'll also get an opportunity to race in teh new circuits of Indianapolis in the US an drace at night in Qatar. Be successful and you'll earn rider points that you can then use to upgrade your bike.System requirements:* Operating system Windows XP/Windows Vista;* Processor Intel Pentium 4;* Operative memory of 512 Mb (Windows XP)/1 Gb (Windows Vista);* 5.5 Gb of an empty seat on a hard disk;* Video card with support DirectX 9.0c/Shader3.0, NVIDIA GeForce 6600 or is better, ATI Radeon X1600 or it is better;* Compatible with DirectX 9.0c a sound cardEither you burn out the DVD or mount to install the Game.Uploaded to Rapidshare server @ 200MB each.Enjoy...!Rapidshare links:Code: to unrar:Code:starnet

The Lord of the Rings : Conquest (2009) ISO
The Lord of the Rings : Conquest (2009) ISOINFO: DOWNLOAD: Lord of the Rings universe is full of memorable battles. No matter whether they are staged in a cramped burial chamber or on a vast, open plain, each clash of arms teeters between exultant triumph and agonizing defeat. In The Lord of the Rings: Conquest, you'll experience your fair share of both. There are abundant thrills in both the good and evil campaigns, from attacking oliphaunts with catapults on the Pelennor Fields to burning the ringed ramparts of Minas Tirith. However, the frantic combat can often devolve into a button-mashing frenzy as you try to avoid the many varieties of death (some unpleasantly cheap) that await you on the battlefield. These frustrations may prove to be too high a cost of entry for many, but if you're willing to brave the pitfalls (or are a big Lord of the Rings fan), then Conquest has many hours of satisfying and immersive action for you to enjoy. The best hours you'll spend in Conquest will be in the campaigns. The War of the Ring campaign puts you on the ground in the most memorable battles from the books, taking a few detours from canon along the way. The well-crafted, immersive environments mirror those of the movies, from the filthy industrial pits of Isengard to the crumbling walls of Osgiliath, and the score draws on themes from the movies to make battles feel more dramatic. As fun as the War of the Ring campaign is, there's an exciting novelty to playing as the forces of Mordor in the Rise of Sauron campaign. In this alternate storyline, the ring bearer fails in his mission and the once-ebbing tide of evil flows forth across Middle-earth, scouring all in its path. Cutscenes between levels use footage from the movies to craft a believable narrative around your dark exploits, and it's morbidly thrilling to destroy beloved locations and heroes. The last level in particular is so delightfully sinister that you'll likely find yourself cackling with malicious glee. During most of the battles, you'll be fighting as one of the rank-and-file soldier classes. The warrior, the archer, the mage, and the scout all have their own unique strengths, weaknesses, and special attacks. From the mage's firewall to the warrior's whirlwind sweep, each class can perform a number of pleasingly powerful special attacks by drawing on energy gained from fighting and surviving. As deadly as each class can be, they are also vulnerable. An archer can easily mow down a warrior from a distance, but if the warrior manages to close the gap, there isn't much that the archer can do to survive. Close combat is brutal and chaotic, and once you get knocked down, it can be very hard to get up. Because fights favor the soldier who lands the first strike, they often become frantic button mash-offs. This can be tense and exciting, but it also makes defeat bitterer than it ought to be. Working with other players is a great way to shore up your defenses, and The Lord of the Rings: Conquest features a cooperative campaign mode for two players, both locally and online. However, when you're going it alone, you'll find that not only is friendly AI unhelpful, but the enemy AI also sees you as public enemy number one. You'll have to destroy the lion's share of the enemy forces and be vigilant for attacks that can kill you instantly (such as fire arrows, backstabs, and anything a troll or ent does). You have a limited number of lives, and with so many ways to die, they can go quickly. Restarting the level is mildly tedious, but it can be a blessing in disguise when a mismatch between friendly and enemy spawn rates has you facing an insurmountable tide of foes. It can be frustrating to be a grunt, so it's fortunate that The Lord of the Rings: Conquest offers many ways to make your battlefield presence more formidable. The simplest of these involve mounted weapons such as catapults and ballistas: powerful yet destructible machines of war that can be a blast while they last. You can also mount horses or wargs and ride through enemy ranks, sword a-swinging. Taking control of an ent or a troll lets you grab, smash, and throw enemies to your heart's content, and rampaging around on a massive, lumbering oliphaunt is unwieldy fun. Occasionally throughout the campaign you will also get the chance to play as heroes, such as Gandalf, Aragorn, Sauron, and the balrog. These units are powerful versions of the normal classes with their own unique special attacks that let you wreak all sorts of havoc. There is a pleasing variety of heroes featured throughout the campaigns, enough that there is an entire online mode dedicated to hero play. Hero Deathmatch is just one of the 16-player online modes available in Conquest. There is also normal Team Deathmatch, as well as Lord of the Rings versions of Capture the Flag and Territories. Everyone chooses a soldier class to begin with, but the many maps feature the aforementioned machines and mounts to spice things up. When a team reaches a certain percentage of points needed for victory, the top-scoring player will be offered the opportunity to spawn as a hero. It can be tough to break a team's momentum at that point, but success really depends on the players' willingness to work together. Playing against human opponents is both more exciting and more frustrating. It's more satisfying to work with human teammates to kill characters with human minds behind them, but those same human minds are more capable of getting the best of you with aggravating combat techniques. This makes online battles legitimately challenging, so you'll want to polish your skills in the campaigns first. War is messy, and The Lord of the Rings: Conquest isn't a clean gaming experience. Combat can be as exasperating as it is exhilarating, and playing solo can be a trying endeavor. Nevertheless, these pitfalls are somewhat compensated for by two epic campaigns that draw you into a rich world in new and exciting ways. Fans of this world will get the most out of The Lord of the Rings: Conquest, but gamers who are looking to battle in an epic setting and willing to weather some frustrating elements will find plenty of excitement on this journey through Middle-earth.

Code of Honor 2: Conspiracy Island (2008) ISO
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