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PC Building Simulator lets players get to grips and experiment with building their very own gaming PC, without the associated risks and costs. With tutorials to help master the basics and an array of accurate and lifelike components that function exactly as they would in real life.
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Lego Creator: Knights' Kingdom is a construction simulation video game for Microsoft Windows; it uses virtual Lego pieces to build a medieval kingdom and then use the kingdom in a battle against the character Cedric the Bull.
Before the player can start creating a world, four challenges have to be completed. Each one consists of using different models and moving around the Lego world. There are also two challenges to do before new models can be build, which consists of working with different Lego bricks and putting them together into a model.
Neo’s Land offers a High Fantasy MMORPG . While there will be some lore and theme to Neo’s Land, the world is what the community wills it to be. With a voxel system it allowing the players to build their own dungeons or housing as well as craft any object that's in the world.
Thanks to TalkMan - and a large blue multilingual bird called Max PSP (PlayStationPortable) is on a mission to break the ice and tear down those barriers that keep nationalities apart. Bring the art of language to your gestures, put words behind the shrugs, turn Spanglish into perfecto Espanol, make the move on the girl or guy in that foreign bar who catches your eye - in short, become a jetsetter able to communicate in six languages with more than 3000 crucial phrases at your fingertips.
Following the recent success of the Asian version in Japan and Korea, Talkman is coming to Europe and Australasia this spring on PSP, courtesy of Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. TalkMan is the portable language entertainment tool and interactive phrasebook that makes sure you are ready to talk - wherever you are and comes packed with the phrases that count in six languages: French; English; German; Spanish; Italian and, of course, Japanese