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27 Feb. 2016 - Free Software Downloads



Odin3 3.10.7

Allows you to update your Android firmware without fuss



DirectX 10

A new version of Microsoft DirectX 11 for Windows Vista



iTools 3.2.1

Easily synchronize data between your PC and Apple iOS device



Samsung Tool 20.5

Repair damage and perform unlocking on Samsung Android devices



DirectX 9.0c

Update package from Microsoft that updates the installation of DirectX to 9.0c runtime which many modern games require



DirectX 11

DirectX runtime for Vista and higher


Video Player

QQ Player 3.9.934

A video player which can play most popular video and audio formats including Flash video



Psiphon 3.0

Anti-censorship proxy solution for Windows and Android while bypassing region restrictions and national firewalls



XBOX 360 ISO Extract 0.6

Tools to pack and extract ISO image files for the Xbox 360 console for backing up game discs

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20 Feb. 2016 

YoYo Games | Tutorials

To learn more about the creation of particular types of games a number of tutorials are available on this page. All tutorials have been rewritten for version 8 of Game Maker. They all contain a text document in pdf format, a number of example games, and often additional sprites and sounds.

Your First Game

Tutorial: Your First Game (zip file, 850 KB)

This tutorial is meant for people that have problems getting started with Game Maker. In very precise steps it helps you create your first game.


Creating a Scrolling Shooter

Tutorial: Creating a Scrolling Shooter (zip file, 1.8 MB)

This extensive tutorial shows you how to create a scrolling shooter. It also treats a number of aspects of Game Maker like the use of variables, views, and time lines.


Maze Games

Tutorial: Maze Games (zip file, 1.4 MB)

This tutorial shows you how to create a simple maze game. It treats such aspects as how to make a character move from cell to cell, how to display the score and the lives, how to create monsters, and how to add all sorts of special features like movable blocks.


Platform Games

Tutorial: Platform Games (zip file, 1.6 MB)

This microsoft windows tutorial shows you how to create a simple platform game. It treats such aspects as how to make a character jump and land, how to crush monsters when the character jumps on top of them, and how to use tiled backgrounds for creating appealing graphics.


3 Dimentional Games

Tutorial: 3-Dimensional Games (zip file, 1.1 MB)

This tutorial shows you how to create games with a 3-dimensional look. It discusses parallax scrolling, the use of depth and image scaling and how to create isometric games. It shows that Game Maker is more powerful than you might think and is not really limited to 2-dimensional games.


Multiplayer Games

Tutorial: Multiplayer Games (zip file, 210 KB)

This tutorial shows you how to create a multiplayer game. It shows how to set up a connection, how to create game sessions and how to communicate between the games. Two examples are given: a two-player pong game and a simple chat program. This is an advanced tutorial and requires coding experience in GML. It also requires a pro version of the program.


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06 Feb. 2016 

How to Build a Website

Some of us have blogs and some of us have personal webpages, but the bread and butter of the World Wide Web is the websitethat is, a collection of related webpages filled with data, media content, and often ecommerce options, all found at the same domain name. When you think of the Web, you're generally conceiving of a collection of millions of websites.

If you need a website your options to build one are almost endless. You can hire someone to design and code it, or try your own hand. Work with a company that hosts your pages, or aimbot find a Web service that also hosts. Use an online service to create pages, or a third-party software tool. Or if you're truly a gearhead, use a plain text editor to create a site from scratch. How you mix and match these decisions depends on your skills, time, budget, and gumption. None of them are wrong, but some can be very right.

We're here to give you a cursory introduction to services and software that can get you started building your own website, even if you have no experience at all. Keep in mind, none of these tools will give you an idea for a winning websitethat's on you. They also won't make you a Web designer; a job that can be very distinct from building a site. Still, these sites, services, and software will ease some of the headaches that come from a lack of extensive expertise in HTML, CSS, and FTP.

A blog is a unique subset of website thanks to its familiar layout: new content sits on the top of the page, scrolling down reveals older posts, and older archived content links off to another page. When someone needs to build a website quickly, a blogging service is typically easy and fast. (At least, it's meant to be.)

The big names in the business are Blogger (4.5 stars) and (4.5 stars). Both are PCMag Editors' Choices because they are incredibly easy to set up, customize, and use on a daily basis. Both offer site hosting so you never have to learn FTP tricks, however you are usually limited to their design options.

By adjusting how you use Blogger or WordPress archives you can make new webpages for each entry. If your site is a catalog of products, then each product becomes a new entry. In Blogger, you can then enter Settings, select "Show at most 1 post on the main page," and you'll get a new page for each post. Tracking the URL for each is as simple as visiting your blog's "Posts" section to find them; you can then create links to those pages as needed. Sites created on Blogger and WordPress are typically mobile-friendly the minute they launch and are usually free, but it will usually cost cash to set up a domain name that works with the site.

Yahoo's Tumblr is another incredibly popular blog platform that lends itself to shorter, more visual posts. You can however find themes that give you a more "website-y" feel; there are instructions out there to modify a Tumblr theme for this purpose. Being a little more involved, it's not going to get your new site up and running quite as quick.

Newer blogging services like Anchor, Feathers, or Medium stress the writing and publishing over cohesiveness, but sure are easy to use.

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