Gravity Panda is the first game developed by OMDSource, a group of three young engineers in Computer Science. The game is currently available at the Google Play Store.
When playing PC games one can easily suffer from lags and annoying system hangs that are often attributed to strain on system resources. For example, a game can easily become non-responsive when the CPU utilization reaches 100%. There are a number of PC settings that can easily reduce these system resource drains, however, most users are simply unaware of such settings. Furthermore, it can be quite laborious to switch between Continue Reading →
It can be a daunting task to manage your PC Game database and to periodically find and download officially released game patches, box art, etc. Game Manager is a free software which automates game management tasks and helps PC gaming enthusiasts to download game box art, synopsis, screenshots, official game patches and organizes gaming database. Using Game Manager you can either create a manual database or import saved database from Continue Reading →
PS3 Media Server is a DLNA-compliant UPnP Media Server. PlayStation 3 Media Server supports a large number of other media renders, including smartphones, televisions, music players and many more. As it is written in Java, therefore, PS3 Media Server supports all major operating systems, with versions for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. This program streams or transcodes many different media formats with little or no configuration. It is powered Continue Reading →
SaveGameBackup is a free software which allows users to easily backup and restore their game progress. The database supports a number of popular games such as Call Of Duty: Black Ops, Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Civilization 5, Assassin’s Creed and many more. The application can also be used to easily migrate saved games to a new computer without loosing your score and game progress. The list of supported games is Continue Reading →
Gameplay Time Tracker (as the name suggests) is free software for tracking game stats for offline and browser based games. It is meant to be a replacement for Steam, Xfire and Raptr. Gameplay Time Tracker can help you Check how much time has been spent on a particular game What distance has been covered with the mouse Determine how many joystick buttons have been pressed To check how has your Continue Reading →
I was pretty disappointed to watch X Men Origins: Wolverine movie. But the game just seems to have everything that the movie did not. Other than a stylish and well balanced game play, it offers a more in-depth view into the the lead up to the transformation of the Wolverine character into a super hero.
I stopped playing strategy games a long time back because I did not want to go though the hassle of locating hidden spots to perform required tasks which would take me to the next level. However, X Men Origins: Wolverine is an exception. Despite the odd areas where I got stuck, I liked playing it as I could find easy tutorials from the web. Unfortunately, these help videos are scattered Continue Reading →
Weapon 11 aka Dead Pool is the final hurdle in winning the X Men origins Wolverine Game. When the camera zooms back to Wolverine and the sound slows down, Dodge to the right or left as dead pool unleashes a devastating Optic Blast that destroys a chunk of the tower. You have to be careful of the ledges Deapool creates, by destroy parts of the tower. He’ll blast chucks of Continue Reading →
Leviathan is one of the toughest opponents to beat in X Men Origins Wolverine. In fact, that is the level from where the game warms up. The best way to beat Leviathan is to get onto its shoulder from behind and repeatedly attack him. During this time he will slowly raise his hand to hurt your player, make sure that you use Space to jump just before he attacks you. Continue Reading →