...development is very easy but it could work if you could get noticed on Steam or the Nintendo Switch.
1 Answers · Games & Recreation · 18/07/2019
If your system meets/exceeds the minimum system requirements, it should rune just fine. The requirements are hardly demanding by today's standards, so any relatively modern PC should be able to run it without much problem.
2 Answers · Games & Recreation · 05/07/2019
Any sims game. They got a game on steam called House flipper, you basically fix houses and rebuild them kind of
1 Answers · Games & Recreation · 08/06/2019
The write speed of a hard drive is going to be faster than most people's internet connections. Downloads are almost always limited by the speed of your internet unless you have an extremely fast connection. A download speed of 1.3 MBps...
1 Answers · Games & Recreation · 29/05/2019
While it's normal to be a bit annoyed that your friend has yet to play the game you gifted them, you also have to acknowledge that everybody can get busy & may have a large backlog (or collection) to get through. You also have to acknowledge that your friend...
3 Answers · Games & Recreation · 25/05/2019
Let me put this AS BLUNTLY AS POSSIBLE... Unless you keep your computer in a practically isolated bubble, there is a perpetual risk of a virus getting onto your system through the usage of ANY...
9 Answers · Games & Recreation · 12/04/2019
...available platforms at the time (PS4, XBox One, PC / Steam) as a pre-order AND "early adopter" as the offer expired on...
3 Answers · Games & Recreation · 18/07/2019