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 Forum: [APG] Tech ZONE & Xtreme PC's   Topic: 8-Bit Computers

 Post subject: 8-Bit Computers
Posted: Sat Oct 13, 2018 11:26 pm 

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... of the 8-Bit CPUs; whereas CMOS consumes less power for some later revisions of those CPUs. It is important for the computer to not generate too much heat as that can melt the soldering from the circuit board, but most PC manufacturers have Planned Obsolescences for capitalism purposes. Also ...

 Forum: [APG] Retro Gaming   Topic: My Top 5 Light Guns

 Post subject: My Top 5 Light Guns
Posted: Sun Oct 07, 2018 12:13 am 

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... you to use a gun prop that emit a light to be used like aiming with a real gun on the screen to hit your targets. Sadly Light Guns are pretty much off the market as they were mainly for CRT TVs due to their ultra low display lag and that they were used before LCD TVs existed – which DON’T ...

 Forum: [APG] Tech ZONE & Xtreme PC's   Topic: My top 7 Game Controller review

Posted: Fri Sep 28, 2018 5:45 pm 

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... icon - even for Disney's Wreck-It Ralph film as it was used as a "Easter Egg Vault". The quality build is solid and doesn't break as much when using old joysticks that are liable to fall apart due to the wearing-and-tearing, or when using it to waggle too rapidly or put too much pressure. ...

 Forum: Nintendo and Pokémon Games   Topic: My opinion on Nintendo consoles + RIP Chris Taylor

Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2018 2:47 pm 

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... and child friendly; along making their console use less power but focused on better Quality Assurances. I'm guessing Nintendo doesn't want too much trouble, as their SNES game Mortal Kombat made gamer's parents worried and encouraged their kids not to buy the SNES with those games; and had ...

 Forum: Nintendo and Pokémon Games   Topic: Evolution of Nintendo Consoles

Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2018 12:53 pm 

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... SNES:- The Super Nintendo Entertainment System had a 16-bit processor and with a sleaker and smoother design. Unlike its predecessor it sell as much as it only sold below 50 consoles. Pros:- >> The SNES controller got more buttons for more action abilities as well got a better ergo design >> ...

 Forum: [APG] Hearthstone   Topic: Pwned

 Post subject: Re: Pwned
Posted: Mon May 14, 2018 10:23 pm 

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Haven't played much recently so still chilling with big priest!

 Forum: Nintendo and Pokémon Games   Topic: Switch Sales Top 15 Million As Nintendo Profits go 500% high

Posted: Thu Apr 26, 2018 12:49 pm 

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... years for the company in recent memory. Nintendo increased its forecast to 15 million units by January of this year, and that figure was pretty much bang on the money with 15.5 million sold by the end of the fiscal year. Digital sales were played a big part of Switch's success, with a combined ...

 Global announcement   Topic: (Poll) Which game developer is the best?

Posted: Sat Mar 24, 2018 6:44 pm 

Replies: 6
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I'm going to have to say Valve. I love Half-Life too much.

 Forum: [APG] Open Discussion   Topic: Privacy Improvements

 Post subject: Privacy Improvements
Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2018 11:48 pm 

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... Windows, try Linux Mint or Ubuntu. Your privacy matters not just to yourself but to [APG] as well as we want to keep your personal data secure as much as possible!

 Forum: [APG] Clan Introductions   Topic: TheTouho10's Clan Introduction

Posted: Mon Feb 26, 2018 4:35 pm 

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... but on winters I am on UTC+3 (The timezone of Finland changes two times a year) What Can You Bring To APG: To be totally honest I can't bring much. I am just a gamer from Finland, and speak finnish, english and some swedish (Learning spanish, german and russian too). I spend a lot of time ...
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