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Current Topic: Games

Cryptographever
Topic: Games 3:58 pm EST, Feb  2, 2004

Decius wrote:
] Cryptogrphever is an on-line application which lets you
] discover secret messages hidden in webpages published on
] internet. It is possibile to analyze any text with
] criptographever.

]Secret messages are everywhere! This tool is proof. It takes any ]text and figures out if there are English words in a transposition ]of the text. The "Cultural Class War" article I recently posted ]here said "hit target."

Its a virtual "beautiful mind"

Cryptographever


Computer game banned for repetitive extreme violence
Topic: Games 6:12 pm EST, Dec 16, 2003

" Unlike the Grand Theft Auto series, which Mr Hastings conceded had an element of humour in its depiction of police chases, Manhunt "has none of that whatsoever".

"In fact, you're rewarded for making the kills as gruesome as possible because that's the only way you can unlock the (game's) four bonus levels." "

Hmmm...sounds like a good game.

Computer game banned for repetitive extreme violence


Kids Play - Proof that you are OLD
Topic: Games 3:27 pm EDT, Oct 17, 2003

] Would today's tykes tolerate the classic games you grew
] up with? Kids do say the darndest things in this uncut
] version of an EGM article┬Śnow with a bonus game not
] included in the original story!

] Kirk: I'm sure everyone who made this game is dead by now

Kids Play - Proof that you are OLD


'Subversive' code could kill off software piracy
Topic: Games 2:40 pm EDT, Oct 13, 2003

"Software pirates who make illegal copies of a particular computer game are finding the games companies are coming up with a radical new anti-copying strategy.

Illegally copied games protected by the system work properly at first, but start to fall apart after the player has had just enough time to get hooked. As a result, the pirated discs actually encourage people to buy the genuine software, the developers say."

'Subversive' code could kill off software piracy


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