Alien Swarm is now a full, Source-powered 4-player co-op game (originally a UT 2004 mod), and it will be given away free on Steam on Monday (US time). All you need to do is to download the Steam software and then come back on Monday 20th July at 12pm (US PST) to get the game by going to this page.
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Finally, consumers benefit from a copyright lawsuit. As part of a copyright lawsuit, the defence has compiled a list of freely downloadable, and legitimate, EMI songs on the Internet, to counter EMI’s insistence that they never give away free songs on the Internet.
A lot of the links won’t work anymore, but many do, so download away and help prove EMI do give away songs legally.\
Here’s the Google spreadsheet with the song titles, and links.
Free music download, no questions asked (well email address required, maybe), featuring these cover mixes:
- Telephone – Lady Gaga
- In My Head – Jason Derulo
- Revolver – Madonna
- Empire State of Mind – Jay Z Feat. Alicia Keys
- Hard – Rihanna
- Bulletproof – La Roux
- Hey Soul Sister – Train
- Blah Blah Blah – Ke$ha
- According To You – Orianthi
- Whataya Want From Me – Adam Lambert
- Russian Roulette – Rihanna
- Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
Update: Apparently, Vol 1. is still available at this direct link.
Major game companies don’t hesitate to charge an arm and a leg for new releases, with most launching around $60 these days. You may not be aware but there is quite a few older commercial titles freely available (more…)
To celebrate the imminent release of Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight, EA have released more classic C&C games for free, including:
- Command & Conquer Gold (Tiberian Dawn)
- Command & Conquer: Red Alert
- Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun + Firestorm Add-on
Download these (now freeware) games here (and check your ISP’s free quota download sites for a copy of these as well)
GameRadar has picked out 30 of the best commercial games that can now be played for free. Titles include classics such as Battle Chess, BattleForge, the original Fallout, Beneath a Steel Sky, Defender of the Crown, Grand Theft Auto 1 and 2, R-Type and more …
To celebrate the launch of Windows 7, Kaspersky is giving away a free 1 year license to their Internet Security suite. The deals page isn’t live yet (awaiting the Windows 7 launch in the US), but here it is:
Update: Deal only available to people who attended Windows 7 launch party, so not publicly available.
Zone Alarm Pro will be free for all for 24 hours only, starting October 13, 2009. ZoneAlarm Pro is an advanced software firewall system that usually retails for $39.95, but will be given away for free for one day only.
The sales page can be found here.
Giveaway of the Day and Womble are giving you the chance to download Womble’s MPEG Video Wizard DVD for free for the next 24 hours only. The software is valued at $49, and includes DVD authoring features and AC3 encoding, on top of the MPEG editing features of MPEG Video Wizard (guide here – read about how to use MVW and how to perform certain functions like automatic detection and removal of commercial breaks).
The software is highly recommended by our forum members and it gives you frame accurate MPEG-1/2 editing without the need for re-encoding, and is a must for anyone serious about producing their own DVDs.
Here’s the link: