First of all I would like to say that I don’t support piracy, I am a software engineer and I know how much effort is needed to create a game or a software in general. If you like a game you should purchase it to support its developers. This way you can enjoy future releases of the game you like and love to play. On the other hand, there are many reasons why someone might use a crack. I have met several gamers that don’t use their DVDs to play their games, some told me that they are collectors, some don’t like using the DVD. For any reason, not anyone that uses a crack pirated it, at first it sounded very strange to my ears but now I am one of those people.
M-emo-ry is a simple pair memory game where you match emotional emoticons. The purpose of the game is to find all (18) matching pairs. Even though the game is designed for small kids, it is suitable for all ages. We all need to exercise our memory in order to keep our brain highly active. It runs on any system that has .NET Framework 4, Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8, on both 32bit and 64bit versions. M-emo-ry is freeware (you can use it for free) and portable (no installation needed).
Happy birthday to Wolfenstein 3D which is now 20 years old. Twenty years ago, 5 May 1992, Wolfenstein 3D was released. It was the first first person shooter (FPS) and this is how the era of FPS games began. It was this game that started it all. To celebrate the 20 years of Wolfenstein 3D they have created a website (source link) where you can play the game (for free) from your browser. It might be a little difficult to play (for those that never played it) but just keep in mind that it is a DOS game that was released in 1992. If you don’t even know DOS (and no, we don’t mean Denial of Service here) then you are too young or too ignorant and please leave this page immediately. For those about to play the game, we salute you.