My mind was astonished when I've first seen this sweet piece of game. Become a frontline commando with your pistol flaming, or snipe the zombie devils from large areas. Witnessing uncountable undead bugs dead, trigger continually twitching as I was launching my shadowgun and throwing explosives everywhere. All using only your touch screen. Freshest mobile game from a top of the line game studio, displaying such awesome and horrible antagonists that I'm still stunned and consternated. Our armor gets to be personalized which is the only thing that lets us continue even deeper into this science fiction horror. Only the best stunts of modern warfare mixed with an fast trigger finger will allow you to win over the monstrous monsters. Awesome graphics encourage you to follow your call of duty. Combat in modern style your dread when travelling through future Earth cities and throwing barrages of bullets from your shadowgun, become the extreme mobile frontline commando, murdering countless like an android. Quiet and strong lead character reminded me of the old Doom PC game, though Combat Trigger: Modern Dead 3D has many more gameplay features. Best game ever! Modern warfare gets mixed with dark and pessimistic sci-fi, where cosmos exploration gave us only indescribable terror of having Earth invaded by dead zombie bugs. Billions of them, actually. All hungry for our lives and our homes! Cool ego shooter, hard waffen, wow.
I have recently come across a new racing app for mobiles, it's called Real Race: Asphalt Road Racing and it's really like a racing sim with arcade gameplay. Driving around dunes and grasslands, avenues and roads, it's like Need for Speed Carbon or Most Wanted, and actually the newest edition, NFS: Rivals. On a scale of 1 to 10 I'd give it a strong 8. Selection of features is almost staggering, and so is its playability. Outrunning the leaderboards trully caughts you and you are directly pulled in. It really reminds me of Asphalt Overdrive. Above all it's a good, challenging free app. There are no pursuits with law enforcement, but perhaps it is good though as multiplayer asphalt gameplay gives awesome occasion to show your unparalleled underground drag racing prowess. On-screen immense speed gives a feel of actually being there and racing with top drivers as seen in TV. Stress rushes are numerous. It has some very advanced AI and I've played already nine times successively or so and it's still amusing and enticing. It is kinda cool to drive and vanquish other racers on six or so tracks. App feels like race with GT cars like lamborghini or asphalt.
I have recently come across a new racing app for tablets, its name is Real Race: Asphalt Road Racing and it seems to be really like a racing sim with casual feel. It boasts some very cutting-edge Artificial Inteligence and I've played already 6 times in a row or so and it is still enjoyable and interesting. It is somehow fresh to race and vanquish other players on 6 or so tracks. Game is like race with GT cars like race or dodge viper. Driving around desert dunes and steppes, asphalt and lanes, it's like Need for Speed Carbon or Most Wanted, and actually the newest part, NFS: Rivals Underground. There are no chases with law enforcement, but I suppose it's good though as multiplayer asphalt feature gives awesome opportunity to prove your unparalleled underground drag racing skills. On-screen immense velocity gives an illusion of actually being there and hurrying with the best racers as seen on television. Adrenaline spikes are not far and few. On a scale of 1 to ten I would give it a strong eight. List of features is nearly mind-boggling, so is its replayability. Besting the leaderboards really caughts you and you are instantly drawn in. It trully reminds me of Asphalt Overdrive. Overall it's a great, challenging free game.
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Wi-Fi — торговая марка Wi-Fi Alliance для беспроводных сетей на базе стандарта IEEE 802.11. Под аббревиатурой Wi-Fi (от английского словосочетания Wireless Fidelity, которое можно дословно перевести как «беспроводное качество» или «беспроводная точность») в настоящее время развивается целое семейство стандартов передачи цифровых потоков данных по радиоканалам. Wi-Fi был создан в 1991 году NCR Corporation/AT&T (впоследствии — Lucent Technologies и Agere Systems) в Ньивегейн, Нидерланды. Продукты, предназначавшиеся изначально для систем кассового обслуживания, были выведены на рынок под маркой WaveLAN и обеспечивали скорость передачи данных от 1 до 2 Мбит/с. Создатель Wi-Fi — Вик Хейз (Vic Hayes) находился в команде, участвовавшей в разработке таких стандартов, как IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11a и IEEE 802.11g. В 2003 году Вик ушёл из Agere Systems. Agere Systems не смогла конкурировать на равных в тяжёлых рыночных условиях, несмотря на то что её продукция занимала нишу дешёвых Wi-Fi решений. 802.11abg all-in-one-чипсет Agere (кодовое имя: WARP) плохо продавался, и Agere Systems решила уйти с рынка Wi-Fi в конце 2004 года