Quest Guides, Hints & Tricks

Brother Pilots


Year: 2004
Genre: arcade
Developer: Pipe Studio
Discs: 1 DVD(*.iso)
Requirements: Win 95/98/ME/2000/XP, P II 333 Mhz, 64 Mb RAM, video 800х600 16-bit

About the game:

Malathion ... (alive smoking room!) ... A small Tasmanian catches of blue elephants whole bales - Dorval is called. Pochityvaya once in a newspaper kofiem, Chef and colleague learn to reduce the population of these rare animals and, of course, fly to the rescue. Toy collected on the engine QD Engine and became the third in the list of merit of this tool. And while the last two-dimensional ... The task - to collect the plane on which you have to fly to save rare animals. Chef (R) takes the jack on the left in the pantry. Colleague (R) opens the closet, takes a bottle and gets on the table. W includes fan, climbs on the table, put the jack on the table. By becoming a jack, W jacking. It takes up the fan and flies out on the shelf (it - airplane wing), where takes a jar of jam and jumps down to the floor. Both overlook the courtyard (right). It eats jam jar and throws a crow (give jar of jam Board). Bank shall be broken to raising splinter. Both returned to the room (left). Both climb on the table, W lowers jack, it gets K, W jacking. It takes up the fan and flies again on the shelf. There he cuts the rope (with pendant) and falls with the wing on the floor. W jumping off the table, takes wing on and off the fan. Both again climb on the table, W rises to the jack and remove the propeller colleague. W takes jack and both overlook the courtyard. W inserts wing aircraft, It touches propeller. W puts the barrel on the jack and gaining an empty bottle of fuel, then pours it in the plane. Both sit on a plane and fly away.

Grim Fandango Remastered


Year: 2015
Genre: Quest, Adventure
Discs: 1 DVD(*.iso)
Requirements: ATI Radeon HD 4650 / NVIDIA GeForce 8600GT / Intel HD 4000

About the game:

Ordinary employee of the Department of Death in the Land of the Dead Manny Calavera deals delivered straight from the tin shower down the stage. Depending on the transgression of one 3 way (almost as a plane-train-car). Or let wretches "business class" in a 4-year journey to eternal rest. But something was suddenly wrong in the world of the dead. Further improvements to game artwork and audio were made possible with the introduction of FM synthesis sound. Although personal computers only became popular with the development of the microprocessor and microcomputer, computer gaming on mainframes and minicomputers had previously already existed. Although personal computers only became popular with the development of the microprocessor and microcomputer, computer gaming on mainframes and minicomputers had previously already existed. From the mid-90s onwards, PC games lost mass-market traction to console games before enjoying a resurgence in the mid-2000s through digital distribution.[1][2] The uncoordinated nature of the PC game market and its lack of physical media make precisely assessing its size difficult. In December 1992 Computer Gaming World reported that DOS accounted for 82% of computer-game sales in 1991, compared to Macintosh's 8% and Amiga's 5%. The plot tells the story of four-year wanderings Manuel Calavera dead for Peace (English. The Land of the Dead) to the Ninth afterlife (Eng. The Ninth Underworld), last resting place of the dead.

12 chairs


Year: 2002
Genre: Quest, Adventure
Discs: 2 CD(*.iso)
Developer: Saturn+
Entertainer: Buka
Requirements: Windows 98/Me/2000/XP, Celeron 300, ram 32 mb, Cd-Rom 4-x, DirectX 8.0
Hints: The bottom line: "12 chairs" - another game, produced jointly by "Buck" and "Saturn +" continues a series of animated quests. We talk to the guy, what firing in from small to large parties in the pub, he, in his order of talks about missing fur cap. By 1988, the enormous popularity of the Nintendo Entertainment System had greatly affected the computer-game industry. In December 1992 Computer Gaming World reported that DOS accounted for 82% of computer-game sales in 1991, compared to Macintosh's 8% and Amiga's 5%. In December 1992 Computer Gaming World reported that DOS accounted for 82% of computer-game sales in 1991, compared to Macintosh's 8% and Amiga's 5%. By the late 1970s to early 1980s, games were developed and distributed through hobbyist groups and gaming magazines, such as Creative Computing and later Computer Gaming World. By 1990 DOS comprised 65% of the computer-game market, with the Amiga at 10%; all other computers, including the Apple Macintosh, were below 10% and declining.
About the game:
Offer him a boat and get his picture instead of creepy old lady down and down. Further searches jewelry will be filled with adventure, humor and satire, as well as surprise ingenuity and enterprise Ostap. We talk with the muzhik in the box with figs, he tells about the siege. Throw peak in the bust of Marx, which stands on the cabinet. Throw in a paraffin stove, climb into it. Features: The plot, based on the classic satirical works; Cool hand-drawn animation; A huge amount of humor; Interesting twists of the plot of the book and play puzzles; A wide variety of game scenes; An unexpected outcome of the game.

Walkthrough:


Go to Bezenchuk. Click to activate the boot moonshine, then use a glass bowl on moonshine. In response to a reader's challenge to find a DOS game that played better than the Amiga version the magazine cited Wing Commander and Civilization, and added that "The heavy MS-DOS emphasis in CGW merely reflects the realities of the market".[27] A self-reported Computer Gaming World survey in April 1993 similarly found that 91% of readers primarily used IBM PCs and compatibles for gaming, compared to 6% for Amiga, 3% for Macintosh, and 1% for Atari ST,[28] while a Software Publishing Association study found that 74% of personal computers were IBMs or compatible, 10% Macintosh, 7% Apple II, and 8% other. Computer games, however, did not disappear. Computer games, however, did not disappear. As 3D graphics libraries such as DirectX and OpenGL matured and knocked proprietary interfaces out of the market, these platforms gained greater acceptance in the market, particularly with their demonstrated benefits in games such as Unreal.[33] However, major changes to the Microsoft Windows operating system, by then the market leader, made many older DOS-based games unplayable on Windows NT, and later, Windows XP (without using an emulator, such as DOSbox). The CD-ROM had much larger storage capacity than floppies, helped reduce software piracy, and was less expensive to produce. 51% of IBM or compatible had 386 or faster CPUs.[19] By 1992 DOS games such as Links supported Super VGA graphics.[29] While leading Sega and Nintendo console systems kept their CPU speed at 3–7 MHz, the 486 PC processor ran much faster, allowing it to perform many more calculations per second. These publications provided game code that could be typed into a computer and played, encouraging readers to submit their own software to competitions.[5] Microchess was one of the first games for microcomputers which was sold to the public. By the end of 1989, however, most publishers moved to at supporting at least 320x200 MCGA, a subset of VGA.[21] VGA gave the PC graphics that outmatched the Commodore Amiga. Home computer games became popular following the video game crash of 1983, particularly in Europe, leading to the era of the "bedroom coder". Further searches jewelry will be filled with adventure, humor and satire, as well as surprise ingenuity and enterprise Ostap. Go back to the registry office, talking with the head (branching dialogue - you need to choose n Go to the drugstore, click on the samovar (a branching dialogue need to choose the item.