4X Turn-Based Strategy... Timothy Zahn style.
Join the team and be part of the game creation process as we send some of Timothy Zahn's favorite aliens out into the universe and into brand-new adventures. Help create new alien races, awesome technologies, mystery and intrigue in an ever-changing galaxy where you lead your civilization from the dawn of their space age, to galactic supremacy.
This program uses the revolutionary algorithms and formulas of Gim Der, PhD, who received his Doctorate from MIT over 20 years ago, and has since been working (successfully) to help advance the field of Astrodynamics. Utilizing his direct-calculation
formula, it can predict the location of satellites far faster, and with significantly more accuracy, than current methods.
Primarily intended for university and government use, the price tag is about $10,000 per seat (which is actually far cheaper than anything else out there) - if you represent one of those agencies, though, feel free to contact us to discuss licensing options, and customization to suit your agency's needs.
A fun bubble-popping game for Windows, Windows Phone and Android (and a highly-effective time-waster).
Pop the blobs and create chain reactions, advance through the levels and unlock new game types and blob colors. Currently available for Windows, Windows Phone and Android, with cross-platform leaderboards.
- 4 different game types and 9 board sizes
- Unlimited, progressive-difficulty levels
- Cross-platform leaderboards.
Easily create keyboard and mouse shortcuts.
HyperClick lets you create keyboard and mouse shortcuts and combos, so you can click 50 times/ sec, or fire off a combination of keys with a single button. Fully configurable, so you can create any combo you want then activate it with the
combo's hotkey, or keep firing off the combo for as long as you hold the key down. You can even create a set of shortcuts for each game or application.
Tested on (and tweaked for) a wide variety of game types: real-time-strategy, moderate-sized single-player RPGs, first-person shooters, and even the occasional hidden-picture or room-escape game (for when you just aren't sure where to click, and are tired of trying to figure it out...) Not necessarily designed for line-of-business applications, so I actually have no idea if it'll help with real work...