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What games are you playing?

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Re: What games are you playing?
« Reply #300 on: November 25, 2019, 04:17 PM »
Tonight, a new repack of Farcry 4 (with update10) is available on the forum. Only 9.9 GB (You need 54Gb to install it).
This repack is smaller and more reliable than the previous one. Besides, it uses a crack of Ali123 that is not detected by antivirus.
If you are interested, it is being uploaded (link below).

Links: https://mega.nz/#F!niQjXSIA!uDUlgjH4WRpIcb6_7-aFyw













There is a small glitch with the installer: it goes beyond 100% (rebuilding files). But you just have to wait till the end. It copies the files till 25%, then rebuilds the files. The file records.inf has been created for the progress bar to work during this part in the installer.

Since I didn’t find documentation about isexec, there must be a problem with the percentage in my script:
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if not ShowChangeDiskWindow ('Please Insert Disk 1 To Continue..', ExpandConstant('{src}'),'Setup-1.bin') then break;
if not ISArcExtract ( 0, 20, ExpandConstant('{src}\Setup-1.bin'), ExpandConstant('{app}'), '', false, '', ExpandConstant('{tmp}\arc.ini'), ExpandConstant('{app}'), False) then break;
if not ShowChangeDiskWindow ('Please Insert Disk 2 To Continue..', ExpandConstant('{src}'),'Setup-2.bin') then break;
if not ISArcExtract ( 0, 05, ExpandConstant('{src}\Setup-2.bin'), ExpandConstant('{app}'), '', false, '', ExpandConstant('{tmp}\arc.ini'), ExpandConstant('{app}'), False) then break;
if not ISExec ( 0, 0, 0, ExpandConstant('{app}\data.bat'), '', ExpandConstant('{app}'), 'Rebuilding files...',false) then break;
if not ISExec ( 0, 0, 0, ExpandConstant('{app}\data1.bat'), '', ExpandConstant('{app}'), 'Rebuilding files...',false) then break;
if not ISExec ( 0, 0, 0, ExpandConstant('{app}\data2.bat'), '', ExpandConstant('{app}'), 'Rebuilding files...',false) then break;
« Last Edit: November 25, 2019, 04:38 PM by scarface »

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Re: What games are you playing?
« Reply #301 on: November 28, 2019, 02:01 AM »
Note that an update of the repack of Dishonored 2, released in 2017, is available on the forum.
In this version, there is a new crack undetected by AVs. You won't need to switch off your antivirus any more to play the game. If for some reason the crack doesn't work (I didn't test it thoroughly), you can still download "former_Setup-5(false detection).bin", rename it setup-5.bin and reinstall the game.

Previously:
Game version is v1.77.9 (it is the latest version).
This repack is 1Gb smaller than the previous one.
Decompression is more reliable, no error found for the moment.
In case the installer crashes (the installer was tested twice and it didn't happen), restart the install - note that the repack is using srep 3.93 which is known to have memory leaks under windows 10.
It's only 17.7 16.9 15.6 Gb, way smaller than fitgirl's repack. The videos were re-encoded (50% of the original), visually it's not different (if you are not using too big a screen).
I've deleted 8gb of data  (the biggest file of the game), no soundtracks removed, no textures removed, no levels removed,  it seems the shared resources (this file was named sharedresources...), are not useful and in fact I'm wondering what this file could be used for, apparently the game is perfectly working, no glitch, I tested it (note that on the forum Xentax they didn't find what this file could be used for either).

Link: https://mega.nz/#F!YBMBGIbC!AGikMMLu5Az6silAcURLkw















https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17CwZmI8mUQ



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Re: What games are you playing?
« Reply #302 on: November 29, 2019, 02:52 PM »
Note that the repack of Dishonored Doto was updated here:
http://www.nomaher.com/forum/index.php?topic=833.msg34803#msg34803

In this version, both bin files 1 & 5 are new. For bin files 1, bigger chunk sizes make the installer more reliable (it is also smaller: 3 mb!).
Bin files 5 contains a new crack undetected by AVs. You won't need to switch off your antivirus any more to play the game. If for some reason the crack doesn't work (I didn't test it thoroughly), you can still download "former_Setup-5(false detection).bin", rename it setup-5.bin and reinstall the game.

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Re: What games are you playing?
« Reply #303 on: December 02, 2019, 06:11 AM »
Note that the file setup-2.bin was updated for the game RE2. If you already have this repack you just need to download setup-2.bin.
What's new? The file Steamclient64.dll was deleted, since it was not needed any longer (it was triggering a false positive detection too on some antivirus programs).
http://www.nomaher.com/forum/index.php?topic=833.msg34837#msg34837

Re: What games are you playing?
« Reply #304 on: December 16, 2019, 09:51 AM »
Just downloaded Star Wars Fallen Order

Re: What games are you playing?
« Reply #305 on: December 21, 2019, 04:27 PM »
Games I recommend that can be run on, what I claim to be potato, better than nothing at least. Tested on intel hd 5500:
Mini Metro (Pc + Android)
Factorio
Software INC
Super Hexagon (PC + Android, Recommend slightly stronger pc to guarantee 60fps as engine is FPS bound.)
Warcraft 3
Maplestory
Gnomoria
Dwarf fortress
Runescape
Factory Town
Warsim
Terraria
VVVVV (pc + android)
Cat bird (Android)

The games I played the most lately:
Overwatch
Super Hexagon
Warcraft 3
Starcraft 2
Some League of Legends, but I'm quite fed up with the latest patches. So I took a break from it.

I'm really looking forward to WC3 reforged, already pre-ordered it for my brother and I. So far I think it looks really good. Sometimes it's a bit hard to distinguish characters, but I think that's just because I'm not used to it. I do hope they change so that Night elf building are more clear what they're becoming when they're being morphed into existence.

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Re: What games are you playing?
« Reply #306 on: December 21, 2019, 05:48 PM »
Tonight, an AIO repack  with all the “frictional games” is available on the forum, ie Amnesia - The dark descent & Amnesia - A machine for pigs, Penumbra Overture, Penumbra Black Plague, and Soma.

Besides, 3 mods by Damned Husky were added to Soma. They can be started with Modlauncher.exe (shortcut in startmenu only).

For all games, shortcuts can be installed on the desktop and in the Start Menu.
Note that map_cache files were deleted, which can result in longer loading times.
Note that the file physics.fsb was deleted in Soma, but it's not really important (if you drop an object, there will be no sound). I modified some Targa files to make them smaller too (using a lossless compression).
The Russian language was deleted in Amnesia TDD. The default language is English anyway.
Some unused files were deleted in Amnesia AMFP.

Warning: If you play in a dark room, set the brightness/contrast to the right level, wear headphones, then the game might be scary for some users.

Size: 8.14 8.01 7.82 8.01 Gb

Link: https://mega.nz/#F!wYsAiAjJ!0HcBkUEr44ujsays88a1mw





Amnesia - the Dark Descent






Amnesia - A machine for pigs
This is the sequel of the game Amnesia, the dark descent.






The death of Sardanapalus


Presentation of Penumbra Overture:

Penumbra: Overture is the first game of the Penumbra series and was originally released on March 30, 2007. Originally titled Penumbra: Overture - Episode One, it was supposed to be the first of three episodes, however Episode Two and Three were scrapped and Penumbra: Black Plague was created in their place, continuing where Penumbra: Overture left off.

The story: Set in the year 2000, Penumbra: Overture follows the story of Philip Buchanon, a thirty-year-old physicist whose mother has recently died. After receiving a mysterious letter from his supposedly dead father, Philip follows a series of clues that lead to him to a mysterious location in uninhabited northern Greenland.

The harsh cold forces him to take shelter in an abandoned mine. Unfortunately, the mine's entrance collapses as he enters it, and he is forced to move deeper inside. Within the mine, Philip discovers diary extracts written by a scientist of some sort, who was alone and gradually resorted to eating cave-dwelling spiders as an alternative food source as his supplies diminished. The unknown person also describes discovering a psychoactive toxin in the spiders and deduced that, after eight months of consuming them in the mine, it was beginning to have an effect on him, physically. Philip also begins receiving radio messages from Tom "Red" Redwood, a man driven insane by cabin fever. Red promises that if he is found, he will give Philip answers. The game follows Philip as he descends deeper into the mines in search of Red while unraveling the secrets of the mine's previous and current inhabitants.

Philip quickly discovers that the mine is inhabited by an ecosystem of abnormally large and hostile animals: dogs, giant spiders, and gargantuan earthworms among others. Abandoned outposts and various scattered papers found throughout the mine indicate that a secret society is studying some unusual phenomena inside the mines.

Following clues and solving various puzzles, Philip eventually comes to an area deep within the mine where Red is waiting for him. Red waits inside an incinerator where he begs Philip to kill him. With no other option, Philip activates the incinerator and, amongst Red's remains, he finds items he needs to progress into a new area of the mine which is identified as "The Shelter". Once inside, Philip notices what appears to be a human watching him. Philip approaches the figure, but the lighting is suddenly extinguished and Philip is knocked out and dragged away.









Presentation of Penumbra: Black Plague:

Penumbra: Black Plague is a creepy and dark psychological horror experience featuring the adventures of Philip as he sets of in search of his dead father. Trapped in a shadowy, underground complex, intrepid explorer Philip is determined to discover the truth behind his father's disappearance. Surrounded by enemies and assaulted by terror from all sides, Philip must collect clues and solve vexing puzzles while combating the gnawing psychological terrors that assail his mind and threaten to strip him of his sanity. Can Philip master his fear and finally uncover the truth behind a mystery that has haunted him for a lifetime?

The story: Penumbra - Black Plague begins as an email sent by Philip Buchanon to a friend, explaining what has happened to him and begging him to finish the work he could not. The rest of the game then proceeds as a flashback narrated by Phillip to his friend in the email, beginning from where the previous game left off.

The game begins with Phillip waking up in a locked room, after being knocked out by an unseen being at the end of the first game. Phillip manages to escape via a nearby air-vent, and finds himself in the underground research facility of the Archaic Elevated Caste, a secret organization dedicated to discovering and researching ancient knowledge. The base is abandoned and in ruins, with all its personnel either dead or transformed into "the Infected", fast, zombie-like creatures that attack Phillip on sight.

Phillip discovers that he has also been infected; however, his reaction to the virus is extremely abnormal; instead of joining the infected hive-mind, he develops a sarcastic, malevolent split-personality that calls itself Clarence who constantly taunts Phillip throughout the course of the game.

Via the base's computer network, Phillip is contacted by Amabel Swanson, an Archaic research scientist who has managed to survive the outbreak by locking herself in her lab. Swanson promises to help cure Philip's infection, if he will make his way to her section of the facility and rescue her.

Through dialogue with Swanson, and various scattered documents found throughout the base, Phillip learns that the Archaic came to Greenland to look for the "Tuurngait," an ancient entity described in native Inuit mythology as primordial spirits native to the area. Penetrating deep underground, the Archaic found and released the Tuurngait, which manifested as a sentient virus that infected the base's personnel. Phillip discovers his father Howard managed to communicate with the Tuurngait, but what he learned drove him to commit suicide after sending Phillip a letter ordering him to destroy his research documents.

Phillip eventually manages to make his way to Amabel's lab, but Clarence causes him to hallucinate and murder Amabel. Using Amabel's lab notes, Phillip manages to rid himself of Clarence by extracting him using a lab machine. However, the machine transfers Clarence into a nearby corpse, which he reanimates and uses to attack Phillip.

Phillip is saved by the Tuurngait itself, as several Infected arrive to destroy Clarence, for Clarence now possesses an individual body and mind rather than part of "the many" in Tuurngait. The Tuurngait communicates directly with Phillip, sending him into his own mind and putting him through a series of spiritual tests designed to test his ability to cooperate, show mercy, and demonstrate self-sacrifice.






Presentation of Soma
Soma is a science fiction survival horror video game published by Frictional Games for Microsoft Windows.


Soma takes place on an underwater remote research facility with machinery that begins to take on human characteristics. Simon Jarrett, a fish out of water protagonist, finds himself at the facility under mysterious circumstances and is inadvertently forced into uncovering its past, while trying to make sense of his predicament and potential future.








Mod 1:
Aaron's father's illness leads to him having to make a big choice.


Mod 2:
It is approximately one year after Aaron participated in the Games. This year is going to be different. A brand new arena has been built and Ashley Redwood is going to get the honor of being the first participant attempting to get through it alive.


Mod 3:
Ashley's story continues in the Episode 3 of Games. It's the second day and she has to work her way through several areas specifically designed to do her harm.





https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqYwneO6GC8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3TBRbdP0d7A
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYEblYXLxng
« Last Edit: February 15, 2020, 02:35 PM by scarface »

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Re: What games are you playing?
« Reply #307 on: January 20, 2020, 10:14 AM »
We know that humbert and shadow.97 are playing Amnesia that you can find here: http://www.nomaher.com/forum/index.php?topic=833.msg34947#msg34947
If you don't know how to finish the game, here is a little video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ynW4p091nI


Re: What games are you playing?
« Reply #308 on: January 22, 2020, 11:39 AM »
We know that humbert and shadow.97 are playing Amnesia that you can find here: http://www.nomaher.com/forum/index.php?topic=833.msg34947#msg34947
If you don't know how to finish the game, here is a little video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ynW4p091nI


I'm terrified of scary movies and games, I've started amnesia once, i quit before I opened the first door.

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Re: What games are you playing?
« Reply #309 on: January 22, 2020, 03:51 PM »
I'm terrified of scary movies and games, I've started amnesia once, i quit before I opened the first door.
The Amnesia games are a bit frightening indeed. Maybe Soma would be more suitable then, should you deal with the horrendous monsters.
The Penumbra series might be even more sinister. But I really like it.

For Pcgames, Amnesia TDD is amongst the best horror games. Note that Frictional games is planning to release a new game too:  https://www.pcgamesn.com/soma/frictional-new-game
« Last Edit: January 22, 2020, 04:03 PM by scarface »