Brutal Wars was available as a giveaway on January 13, 2007!
Brutal Wars is a game combining two genres: a war game and a turn-based strategy, a spiritual successor to classic Battle Isle. The entire delight of strategic planning, turn-based tactical battles, perfect balance – now all this is in your pocket on a handheld computer with the Windows Mobile operating system!
Near future. Each day the number of terrorist attacks increases and these local problems of separate countries gradually turn into a worldwide threat. Even standing armies of the most developed countries cannot cope with constantly increasing terrorist forces. At a special meeting, world superpowers decide to create an extraordinary international committee that commands special military forces of a new generation.
Take command of the elite antiterrorist unit armed according to the last word in science and technology. The best soldiers in the world will be under your command from now on! And you have a long and difficult way ahead: from being in charge of a detachment to the commander-in-chief of the entire antiterrorist army. Think thoroughly, plan precisely, attack suddenly and hit the target! And remember – fortune favors the brave!
Windows Mobile 2003/2005 or Windows XP/2000/2003
Web Stream Recorder Pro, as the name implies, is a network utility (Internet and LAN) that captures and records streams of video and audio data that is being transferred. The tool is frequently used to record live video and audio broadcasts, “teleseminars” or net radio shows. More over, the tool is simply indispensable for situations when the source URL is unknown or is being deliberately obfuscated. Web Stream Recorder Pro is capable of capturing Windows Media Audio/Video streams (ASF, WMA, WMV, WMX, NSC, WAX) and Shoutcast streams (MP3 files).
With Direct Stream Recorder, you can save any kind of video and audio stream to your disk, including video chats in instant messengers, Skype conversations and streams protected with passwords. Direct Stream Recorder saves a stream into a standard .avi file. Just select the area to capture, set the audio source, choose video/audio codecs and start the record. Record anything that you can see on your display and hear.