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  1. Glad it's sorted for you now. Keep in mind these exe files contained in the Zip files won't run on a 64-bit version of Windows. If you have a 64-bit version of Windows you will want to use the GOTY edition download instead.
  2. A little more information would be helpful to assist you with the problem you are having. Which file specifically were trying to download? How many downloads were you running at once? Which browser were you using?
  3. Doom 2 mod Divine Frequency speaks of wonderful horrors to my subconscious, delivering a demo level that smacks with the kind of cosmic horror dreamscape I'm always looking for. Creator TheNewGenghisKhan has laid out an enticing nightmare world that's threatening to give me the next hit of my drug of choice, and it seems like they're drawing from the same well of nightmare metal albums and cosmic horror that the original Doom games and later ilk draw from. I mean, let's be honest, just check out this weird spidery meat sack covered in mouths: See more It's also being appropriately vague about what the actual hell is going on here, which I profoundly appreciate because cosmic horror is never very scary when you can adequately explain what's going on: "Divine Frequency takes place in a dystopian world where dreams and reality collide. Contents of the unconscious and the external world are integrated under an emerging constant, which gives rise to anomalies throughout the landscape. You will confront the highest peak and deepest depth to reach transcendence." Image 1 of 5 (Image credit: TheNewGenghisKhan)Image 2 of 5 (Image credit: TheNewGenghisKhan)Image 3 of 5 (Image credit: TheNewGenghisKhan)Image 4 of 5 (Image credit: TheNewGenghisKhan)Image 5 of 5 (Image credit: TheNewGenghisKhan) Divine Frequency is certainly one of the more interesting mods I've seen for a boomer shooter (or whatever we call these) lately. They're fairly easy to get up and running, if you're curious about this demo. Our friends over at TechRadar have a great guide to modding Doom to get you started. You can find Divine Frequency on ModDB. Anyway, here's a video of the creator getting jumpscare'd by their own game: View the full article
  4. At long last, you can add a free game or DLC to your Steam account without starting up the installation process for that game. I am ecstatic. I am truly, unreasonably, excited by this change. The new "Add to Library" button appears on the Steam desktop client beside free items on the storefront, including free games, Free To Play games, games that are temporarily free in a giveaway, and free DLC. No longer do you need to deal with the install dialogue or worse to get free stuff. It's a long-standing gripe of many Steam users and my personal pet peeve with the platform as a whole. I hate it. You know why? Because it prompts you to install, which means the program starts figuring out disk space and that slows down your rig, sure, yes, but if the game's already installed and you click Play Game? It launches the damn game. There are games with dozens, literally dozens, of free cosmetic DLC I've never bothered to download because I hate the idea of clicking to close the install dialogue—or worse, catching the process to stop the game from booting—a dozen or more times. Excitement about the new feature started circulating on social media after it was added in an update some time over the past few days. I don't know which Valve engineer did this, but thank you so much and you deserve a raise. You hear that, Mr. Newell? You there? More money for that person. At least a bonus. A free lunch, even. We all know you're good for it. View the full article
  5. Here's a whimsically appealing game: Soccer Story, an "adventure RPG" from Not Tonight and Not Tonight 2 developers PanicBarn and publisher No More Robots. In a world where Soccer has become illegal and everywhere to play soccer has been shut down, Soccer Story is about one person and their magical soccer ball, which has chosen them to be the Savior of Soccer. The developers call it "a physics-driven adventure RPG, where every problem can be solved with your trusty magic ball." Suitably, it'll let you drop your soccer ball and play anywhere, allowing you to figure out puzzles, solve problems, find secrets, and presumably score goals. It's a very quirky looking game, one set in a world where apparently an evil corporation can make it so people can't play sports. I don't know, I guess they have a copyright or something. The quest to restore soccer will see your team play against teams like "literal sharks, toddlers, old-age pensioners and ninjas." Soccer Story will have both a single-player campaign and a way to play against friends in local-multiplayer with a roster of teams and animal captains. Soccer Story is coming to PC in normal ways, but also to both Game Pass and Stadia. For now, you can find Soccer Story at its official website and on Steam. View the full article
  6. Hello. Squirrel with a Gun is a game that's coming to video game platform Steam, and it is about a squirrel with a gun. Not a squirrel sized gun, mind you, but like a regular person-scale weapon that it carries around and can use to rob people, solve puzzles, and apparently fight shadowy men in black-style government agents. At least that's what it does in the trailer which is embedded above but which is also on YouTube. See more What may well have started off as a joke is now, clearly, real, and indie developer Daniel DeEntremont has made a Steam page for this game and everything. It'll focus on goofy shooting and action combat, alongside exploratory puzzle-solving, amongst what appears to be a very normal suburban neighborhood. As a squirrel you can already jump quite far, but using the recoil of a firearm to propel your tiny body will enable some sick aerobatics. You'll be able to use these skills to rob the people of the neighborhood, or, if you prefer, help them with stuff and get rewarded. That's about all I can say at this point because frankly the concept here is very thin and if you're not on board already you're probably not going to suddenly get on board. You can find Squirrel with a Gun on Steam, and you can find developer Daniel DeEntremont on Twitter. I don't know if this is the next Goat Simulator or whatever but I do know that it made me laugh hard enough that I'll buy it on release just as a thank-you to a hard working indie dev. For now, Squirrel with a Gun has a release date of "Good question!" (Image credit: Daniel DeEntremont) View the full article
  7. You'll find a clue to help you solve today's Wordle just a short scroll away, and if you keep going you'll see the answer to the August 14 (421) puzzle just below that. I can also offer you a wide range of tips as well as links to our Wordle guides too—whatever you need to help you solve your daily Wordle game, it's in here. I've discovered something more frustrating than losing a game of Wordle, and that's feeling a much better guess come to mind the exact same moment I hit the Enter key on my keyboard. Add further irritation when the thing I could've input turns out to be the right answer too. Watching those letters flip over knowing I had the answer and didn't type it out is nothing short of agony. Wordle hint Today's Wordle: A hint for Sunday, August 14 Today's answer can refer to a thick type of cotton cloth often used in military clothing, the yellowish-brown colour of that cloth, or more generally a relaxed style of everyday garments along similar lines. There's a reasonably uncommon consonant used twice in today's word, so be careful. Wordle help: 3 tips for beating Wordle every day If there's one thing better than playing Wordle, it's playing Wordle well, which is why I'm going to share a few quick tips to help set you on the path to success: A good opener contains a balanced mix of unique vowels and consonants. A tactical second guess helps to narrow down the pool of letters quickly.The solution may contain repeat letters. There's no time pressure beyond making sure it's done by midnight. So there's no reason to not treat the game like a casual newspaper crossword and come back to it later if you're coming up blank. Wordle answer (Image credit: Josh Wardle) What is the Wordle 421 answer? Everyone struggles from time to time. The answer to the August 14 (421) Wordle is KHAKI. Previous answers Wordle archive: Which words have been used The more past Wordle answers you can cram into your memory banks, the better your chances of guessing today's Wordle answer without accidentally picking a solution that's already been used. Past Wordle answers can also give you some excellent ideas for fun starting words that keep your daily puzzle solving fresh. Here are some recent Wordle solutions: August 13: HUNKYAugust 12: LABELAugust 11: GLEANAugust 10: CLINGAugust 9: PATTYAugust 8: UNFITAugust 7: SMEARAugust 6: ALIENAugust 5: BUGGYAugust 4: RHYME Learn more about Wordle Every day Wordle presents you with six rows of five boxes, and it's up to you to work out which secret five-letter word is hiding inside them. You'll want to start with a strong word like ALERT—something containing multiple vowels, common consonants, and no repeat letters. Hit Enter and the boxes will show you which letters you've got right or wrong. If a box turns ️, it means that letter isn't in the secret word at all. means the letter is in the word, but not in that position. means you've got the right letter in the right spot. You'll want your second go to compliment the first, using another "good" word to cover any common letters you missed last time while also trying to avoid any letter you now know for a fact isn't present in today's answer. After that it's just a case of using what you've learned to narrow your guesses down to the right word. You have six tries in total and can only use real words (so no filling the boxes with EEEEE to see if there's an E). Don't forget letters can repeat too (ex: BOOKS). If you need any further advice feel free to check out our Wordle tips, and if you'd like to find out which words have already been used you'll find those below. Originally, Wordle was dreamed up by software engineer Josh Wardle, as a surprise for his partner who loves word games. From there it spread to his family, and finally got released to the public. The word puzzle game has since inspired tons of games like Wordle, refocusing the daily gimmick around music or math or geography. It wasn't long before Wordle became so popular it was sold to the New York Times for seven figures. Surely it's only a matter of time before we all solely communicate in tricolor boxes. View the full article
  8. This file has fixed NOLF starting issues for some.
  9. Welcome. I assume this file gets dropped into the custom folder or do you have instructions for others to use it?
  10. Welcome to UHQ. Try installing THIS and see if you get better results.
  11. Nice job. I've also added it HERE for you. Uploaded as a zip file.
  12. Would depend on where you got your copy of NOLF 2 from. You can grab it from HERE
  13. View File dgVoodoo2 - 2.79 dgVoodoo2 is a set of implementations of old graphics APIs for Windows 7 and later versions They are implemented on Direct3D 11 and 12 and they can use different device types as wrapping output: Hardware rendering at GPU feature level 12.0 (recommended but currently has some issues) Hardware rendering at GPU feature level 11.0 (recommended) Hardware rendering at GPU feature level 10.1 (has a minor limitation for D3D8/9) Hardware rendering at GPU feature level 10.0 (there are some restrictions) Software rendering through Microsoft WARP renderer The following graphics API libraries are implemented: Glide 2.11, Glide 2.45, Glide 3.1 and Glide 3.1 Napalm DirectX 1-7 (all versions of DirectDraw and Direct3D up to version 7) Direct3D 8.1 Direct3D 9 Submitter Eliteone Submitted 07/11/2022 Category Misc Files  
  14. Version 2.79

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    dgVoodoo2 is a set of implementations of old graphics APIs for Windows 7 and later versions They are implemented on Direct3D 11 and 12 and they can use different device types as wrapping output: Hardware rendering at GPU feature level 12.0 (recommended but currently has some issues) Hardware rendering at GPU feature level 11.0 (recommended) Hardware rendering at GPU feature level 10.1 (has a minor limitation for D3D8/9) Hardware rendering at GPU feature level 10.0 (there are some restrictions) Software rendering through Microsoft WARP renderer The following graphics API libraries are implemented: Glide 2.11, Glide 2.45, Glide 3.1 and Glide 3.1 Napalm DirectX 1-7 (all versions of DirectDraw and Direct3D up to version 7) Direct3D 8.1 Direct3D 9
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