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3-13-13: Initial release.
The new Tomb Raider game is getting a lot of good reviews, and what better way to embrace it than to play it online? You got 4 different game modes to play with, and if you get enough players on your side, it is going to be a lot of fun.
So to cut to the chase, make sure you install the game, get the latest game update, patch with latest multiplayer fix, start steam using greenluma, and start playing!
See below for the tunngle wiki with latest information and my video tutorial.
Image courtesy of spong.com
3-2-13: Initial release.
Recently, the game Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army was released. The game is fun, if that is, you enjoy doing headshots on zombies. Anyway, this is a Steam game, but it works great online.
See the video tutorial below. If you need a text tutorial, see the tunngle wiki here.
2-16-13: Initial Release.
I’ll keep it short. At the forums of the planetcss.com, they have what is called a junkies client. It allows you to download the entire CS:GO game, and then it has the ability to not only patch and update the game, but give a valid client.dll file that you need to play the game.
The best part? You can LAN with it in Tunngle!
See the video tutorial below that shows you where and how to get this game, and play it online. If you got to the youtube link, the text tutorial is there as well.
2-13-13: Initial Release.
Aliens: Colonial Marines just came out, and the game is a lot of fun. I’ll cut to the chase, see the video tutorial below.
Or click here for the Tunngle text tutorial wiki.
1-15-13: Initial release.
VideoETA is a nice website that I have known for years where you can use it to check up on when a particular movie is going to be released on home video, whether that is DVD, or Blu-Ray.
So let’s say you saw some awesome movie in the theater, and you want to know when its coming out on DVD or Blu-Ray so you can go buy it for your own collection. Well, go to the website, use the dropdown box, find what you are looking for, and it will tell you an ETA on when the movie will be released for consumers.
Better yet, it can even email you a notification reminder so you don’t forget! So what you waiting for, check it out here.
1-5-12: Initial release.
This past week I was randomly browsing the Internet doing some research for my own knowledge, and I came across a nice blog called Opentrackers.org, which is essentially a blog that has the latest news and updates about what private trackers has limited open registrations.
If you are not familiar with private trackers, it is essentially websites that have torrent files for a variety of things, but to get into these websites can be very hard. By this I mean you got to be invited.
if you don’t know anyone who is a member of these private sites, you can never get in…unless there is open registrations!
So to help ease the pain, this blog has a frequently updated list of open private trackers. If you are looking for one to get in and see what you can find, give it a try!
1-1-13: Initial release.
I want to personally wish everyone here who is a fellow reader of the blog a happy new year 2013, and may you keep all your New Year’s Resolutions (if you got any).
For 2013, I will continue to do what I do best, and that is to put emphasis on tutorials. I got a long list of tutorials submitted by the community for my youtube channel vstPower, and maybe depending on the content, I may make similar text tutorials here for the blog.
If a certain video is considered too extreme to put on youtube, don’t be surprised I make a tame text equivalent to put here on the blog. Other than that, if you guys got any requests, comments, feedbacks, or just stories of how the blog or the youtube channel has helped your life over the last few years, by all means, let me know!
Thank you for your support, and let’s get ready for some good times in 2013!
12-31-12: Initial release.
So recently I had a family member ask me if it was possible to share a USB printer between two laptops, without having to disconnect the printer and connect from one laptop to the next.
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12-30-12: Initial release.
The other day I was watching a video tutorial my friend was using about how to install custom maps for Call of Duty: World at War. During the video, he was showing the user how to extract these map files from a .rar file, and I noticed that he was using an expired version of the WinRAR shareware version.
It was past the 30 days limit, and it had that annoying nagging screen that prompts you to register/buy the program, otherwise it keeps on nagging you forever.
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