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| BlockOut II 2.5
BlockOut II 2.5 BlockOut II is an adaptation of the original Blockout DOS game edited by California Dreams(1989). It uses OpenGL. BL II has the same features than the original game. Score calculation is also nearly similar to the original.
|846||Aug 09, 2016
| Apple II Disk Image Collection
Apple II Disk Image Collection One massive zip file containing original utilities, popular software, audio, programming software, graphics and more for the Apple II.
|1,789||Oct 14, 2016
| PCChips Tx Pro II motherboard audio driver CMI 8830 CMI8830
CMI 8830 CMI8830 Windows 9x for onboard sound chip on Tx Pro II motherboards by PC Chips 30W98ver20.zip
|4,338||Mar 28, 2009
| RASAero II 22.214.171.124
RASAero II 126.96.36.199 RASAero II is a combined aerodynamic analysis and flight simulation software package for model rockets and high power rockets, amateur rockets, and sounding rockets. RASAero II can also be used for predicting aerodynamic coefficients for use in other flight simulation programs for orbital rockets. The RASAero II aerodynamic prediction methods are the most accurate available for model, high power, and amateur rockets, and are of equivalent accuracy to professional engineering method aerodynamic analysis codes used for missiles, sounding rockets, and space launch vehicles. In testing in comparison with high power rocket barometric altimeter data, optical tracking data, accelerometer-based flight data, and GPS flight data, the average RASAero II altitude prediction error was 3.38%, with 78.8% of the RASAero II flight simulation altitude predictions within +/- 10% of the flight data, and 42.4% of the altitude predictions within +/- 5% of the flight data. The RASAero II aerodynamic predictions include drag coefficient at zero degrees angle of attack, drag coefficient with a non-zero angle of attack, and lift coefficient and normal force coefficient with angle of attack; for both power-on (thrust phase) and power-off (coast phase). Center of pressure is predicted both as a function of Mach number and as a function of angle of attack. Aerodynamic coefficients are predicted for the subsonic, transonic, supersonic, and hypersonic flight regimes, from Mach 0.01 to Mach 25. The RASAero II aerodynamic prediction methods and the RASAero II software have been calibrated against NACA and NASA wind tunnel model data, free-flight model data and sounding rocket data, missile aerodynamic data, and professional engineering method missile aerodynamic analysis programs, against which in comparison tests RASAero II has demonstrated equivalent numerical accuracy. RASAero II release history: Version 188.8.131.52 – Release Date August 5, 2016 Changed the recommended stability margin for subsonic Mach ...
|1,206||Apr 09, 2017
Charles E. Rogers and David Cooper
| The Legend of Markiplier: Episode II - Chains of Eternity
The Legend of Markiplier: Episode II - Chains of Eternity "Return to the interesting life of everybody's favorite youtuber, Markiplier, in this sequel to the "Legend of Markiplier". With memories of their adventures in Mysterium still fresh in their minds, Mark and his friends find themselves pulled into a post-apocalyptic plain of existence, and aided by a mysterious shade, must find a way to pull the plug on this decrepit world and release it from the supernatural entities trapping it in Limbo." The Legend of Markiplier: Chains of Eternity is an RPG developed on the RPG Maker VX Ace (RMVXA) engine by Sir Areis Lionheart, and a sequel to the The Legend of Markiplier. FEATURES: ~A brand new, multi-act story set in a post-apocalyptic world. ~A trophy system, compete with your friends to see who can collect the most achievements on GameJolt. ~An array of sidequests, including "Super Dungeons" for the most hardcore RPG players, hiding amazing rewards in exchange for insane challenges.
|1,634||Jun 11, 2015
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