Archive for the ‘Free Games’ Category

How to reduce mental decline and dibilitating diseases

Most people keep a certain diet or go to the gym to keep their body healthy. However, the package will not be complete if they don’t exercise their brain. This is where Fit Brains comes into play. Fit Brains is a free service that has selected games for its registered users to play, so they can increase their brain activity and FBi (Fit Brain Index). Their main goal is to provide “brain exercise that is fun, engaging, and personalized.”

I registered few hours ago, and I have been playing their games ever since. Fit Brain is adding more games as the days go by, but the ones they have now are great, fun, and entertaining.

As you play the games and progress through each level Fit Brains provides you will small tips on how to keep healthy, reduce stress, and take small steps toward preventing Alzheimer’s. They have provided a whole section on the research connecting the games and brain activity improvement based on it. You just have to register and start playing. Have fun improving your brain :)!

Fit Brains

Free, Open Source Windows

Open Source Windows is a site that offers free, open source programs for Windows platforms. Some of the software you already know and use daily that has been listed on Open Source Windows. The website has been categorized by the use of each software, including: browsers, e-mail providers, rss readers, video player and video podcasting, P2P filesharing, instant massaging, and much more. It’s worth checking out, since it gives you all the best and free software in one place. You can save a lot of time rather then wasting it by going to different websites looking for each software that you want to download. Also, if you are a developer by following few simple steps in their guideline you can have your own software posted on their site so they public can use it.

Free and open-source software is good for you and for the world. This is the best Windows software that we know of.
No adware, no spyware, just good software.

Open Source Windows

Best Freeware Adventure Games 2007

I’ve been looking to find free and interesting games, and that’s when I came across IndieGames. IndieGames.com has piled up a list of the best adventurous games of 2007 that are free. You go from being a detective and solving crimes to a person stranded on an island after losing your ship. If you have free time or teenagers then it’s worth checking out this list of freeware games. The games are not only available in Windows, but Mac and Lunix as well.

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The list of the games:
1. Fedora Spade
2. Covert Front
3. Anika’s Odyssey
4. Rorschach
5. The Infinity String
6. Fate by Numbers
7. Masq
8. Dr. Lutz and the Time Travel Machine
9. A Tale of Two Kingdoms
10. Ben Jordan Case 6
11. Nelly Cootalot: Spoonbeaks Ahoy
12. Passage
13. Soup ver 0.9
14. Rückblende (Flashback)
15. The Adventures of Cagney
16. What Makes You Tick
17. Stranded 2
18. Menulis and Miestas
19. Thule Trail
20. Fighting Fantasy Project

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Free Games Each Day

 (Windows) Game Giveaway of the Day project offers FREE fully licensed games each day just like the software offers.  They too have no Adware/Spyware, and have a 24 hour limit on downloading and activating the game. They offer great puzzle and mystery games that make you lose time for hours.  The games are well made with great graphics and don’t take a lot of space on your computer. Have fun playing!

Game Giveaway of the Day

Get Free Software for Playing Games

Don’t you just wish you can get cool, new software for free? Well Microsoft will give you free software for test playing their games. But as always there is a “but,” you can only participate once every two months, and you have to be chosen from hundreds of people that will be participating. Personally even if I do have to wait, I think that the experience is quite worth it. You don’t have to be an expert in games or even own an Xbox to be chosen for the game participation. You just have to complete the enrollment survey for them to contact you when they will have an opening to be able to participate. Once you have play tested a game for Microsoft, do not forget to fill out a shipment for free software to be sent to you as gratitude.

Microsoft: Playtest