How to install the games?
After downloading and unzipping the file, you will have a folder with the name of the game.
In this folder, you will find a "nameGame.exe" file. Start the game by double-clicking the “NameGame.exe” file.
The games run from their own folder and will be not installed on your system.
How to unzip files with Windows in-built tools.
After downloading the “zip” file for your system, Right-click the ZIP file and click “Extract All...” in the context menu.
Windows displays an Extract window where you need to confirm or change the destination for the extracted files and folders.
When you finish choosing the destination, click or tap Extract.
Windows creates a new regular uncompressed folder in the destination you provided, using the name of the ZIP file. If you left the checkbox “Show extracted files when complete” marked, a new window of File Explorer (Windows 10 or Windows 8.1) or Windows Explorer (Windows 7) opens showing what was extracted from the archive.
The extracted files and folders are now ready to be used in Windows, as regular files.
32 or 64bit?
If you are not sure whether you have a 32 or 64-bit system, you can easily download the 32-bit version. It also runs on a 64-bit system without any
problems. However, the 64-bit version does not run on a 32-bit system.
Click here to find out what system you have.
Download the NameGame.apk file and save it on your device. From your smartphone or tablet running Android 5.0 or higher, go to Settings, scroll down
to Security, and select Unknown sources. Selecting this option will allow you to install apps outside the Google Play Store
just the way installing any other app.
I’m a fanatic Windows user, so I can’t explain how to install the games on Linux or Apple. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Please, download any of the free games available and try to install and run them before purchasing any game!
I would be very grateful if you try it and let me know how you must do it. In exchange, I will build for you a game of your
choice for free!
In the first instance, because my favorite operating system is Windows, and the games are built with Windows, optimized for Windows,
doesn't mean that the best operating system is Windows!
Some may have entered thinking that this article was going to be a competition between operating systems.
Although in real life they compete with each other for their share of the market, I want to go further. It is not about which is better
or worse, because they are all different.
So today, we are going to talk about them and tell you which one will be the most useful depending on your circumstances.
As soon as we hear or read the word 'Mac' it is inevitable not to think of Apple. The largest company in history reached the top thanks
to its Macintosh long before the ipod or the iphone crossed their minds. Currently the MAC OS X version is used with the system and
interface known as El Capitan.
Then I leave you the advantages and disadvantages of owning a MAC OS.
- Apple designs both its software and hardware, or uses hardware from other leading companies. This ensures the quality of the
hardware and that the software (that is, your operating system) has full functionality and compatibility.
- Since 2007 Apple allows the possibility of putting Windows on your desktops.
- The Mac OS interface is easier to understand at first glance.
- As only 12% of the market is made up of PCs with MAC OS, they are not usually the target of hackers and viruses, so they turn out
to be more secure computers.
- Its operating system is more stable and very rarely crashes or crashes.
- It has very good programs of its own. Some for editing, design and creation work.
- It is a good advantage that in accessories such as bluetooth, wifi or others, they are already integrated into the equipment,
while in the usual PCs you have to buy them separately.
- In the case of your laptops, the batteries are more durable than conventional laptops.
- Perhaps the greatest of all. Their equipment and products in general are outrageously expensive. Independent studies of the
technology market have estimated that of the final price that a consumer pays for an Apple product, between 30% and 35% is simply
paying for "the brand."
- As its hardware is exclusive, it is almost impossible to find generic alternatives. That means that if any cable, accessory or
component breaks, you will have to pay much more to replace it. For example, a power cable for the iMac can cost you a whopping 20-25
euros, while one for a normal PC will not exceed 5 or 6 euros.
- Although it is possible to put Windows on Apple PCs, it must be said that it is not a very good idea, since the computer sees its
speed and efficiency greatly reduced if both operating systems are installed.
- The interface does not have very complex configurations and it is the one with the least customization of the three.
- While its mobile operating system (iOS) is renewed and updated every so often, the MAC OS is almost obsolete. Its MAC OS X dates
from 1999, and although the latest version is from 2015, many elements of its software are more than a decade old and cause a sense
of lack of innovation.
- It does not have compatibility with most games like Windows, but it does have more than Linux.
Without a doubt, the best known and most used operating system worldwide. It is estimated that 80% of computers around the world use
some version of Windows. Unlike Apple, Microsoft, its creator, has only stuck to the development of this software. It does not
manufacture equipment and there are other brands and companies whose PCs are based on their operating system.
Here are the advantages and disadvantages of owning a Windows.
- By taking 80% of the current market with its operating system, you have practically everything at your fingertips. Wide variety of
equipment and attachments for practically any imaginable use.
- Following point one, the same happens with other programs and applications. You have availability and compatibility with almost all
- Very easy to find solutions to your problems through the Internet (forums, websites, etc.). From maintaining your PC, cleaning it
from malware or formatting and reinstalling the operating system to installing peripherals or games, you will find everything,
something not possible with the other two cases where the catalog is not so extensive.
- It is the most comfortable to use for various activities.
- It has the largest compatibility catalog and therefore of games that exists. Very few PC games in the world do not have a Windows version.
- By not manufacturing their equipment and running on so many types of hardware, it gives a lot of freedom. You can have an Intel or
a Ryzen, an Nvidia or an RX, one type of RAM or another and so on. Unlike Apple, you have complete freedom of components and
- Like Linux and unlike Mac OS, it is possible to use Windows for free, even in a limited version. This does not limit the ability to
play, surf the Internet or work with it.
- Every few years (between 2 and 4) new Windows operating systems come out. Within these, you find Service Packs (updated versions)
giving the feeling of constant progress.
- Having almost all the control of the sector is not good for everything. Hackers and crackers, viruses, Trojans, worms, spies and
malware of any kind stalk Windows computers all the time. It is the most attacked and most dangerous operating system.
- Although Windows 10's 'Essential' antivirus is the best you've ever had before, it's still very vulnerable. Other programs, free
or paid, are needed to be able to properly protect the computer.
- Taking into account that Mac Os is already included in the price of Apple's PC and that Linux is free (or at most paying for the CD),
the Windows license is considerably expensive, becoming ridiculous in versions like the Pro (professional ) that reaches 200 euros
(and that now they control prices, years ago you saw Office or Ultimate versions for 400 euros).
- The software is degenerative in nature. By this we mean that although well maintained it can last for years, in the end it becomes
so slow and insufferable that you have to format. People are known to have had Linux or Mac for more than a decade and the PC works
for them almost like the first day. This with Windows is extremely difficult.
- Steady progress is fine, although it can be annoying. The interface changes that Microsoft makes every few years annoys many users.
You also find that every time you release a new operating system, your hardware is half obsolete (or completely obsolete) to be able to
enjoy it properly.
- You have to know how to maintain it and use programs for it. Otherwise, the computer will not only slow down, but alert or error
messages will appear more and more frequently. It is the most unstable of the 3.
The most unknown and least used of the three. Created by a Finn at the University of Helsinki in 1991, it is much older than we think.
Since then many versions and improvements have been released.
Don't be fooled because the capabilities of this operating system are vast. It actually hit a boom when industrial titans started
using Linux in their computers and products. The most notorious example could be that of Sony with its Play Station. In recent years,
it has been taking more and more market share and this is due to the fact that its use is being simplified little by little. If over
time it becomes a Windows with the benefits it already has, it could be a tough competitor in the sector.
As in the previous two, now we put its main advantages and disadvantages:
- It is the cheapest, being practically free.
- It has the largest existing free software network. What does this mean? That with Mac OS or Windows almost all applications,
programs and all software in general have to be paid for. Whether you buy the premium, pro, senior, full version or whatever you want
to call it, you have to pay. With Linux this is not seen very often, being able to download things for free.
- Well programmed and maintained, it is the most stable of the three (above Mac OS).
- It is the operating system that consumes the least resources and therefore provides higher performance. This is why many companies use
it to manage and carry servers.
- Vulnerabilities are detected and corrected faster than in any other operating system.
- It has almost no commercial software. Free software is fine, although in most cases it is very simple.
- Almost 90% of today's games don't work on Linux. It is of the three, the most incompatible operating system in this regard.
- Very difficult (practically impossible) to find support in the face of problems. You will have to fix them yourself and / or with
the help of tutorials created by the community.
- Perhaps worst of all, the need to know Unix. It is not strange to see a Linux user write lines of code to be able to access or use
programs, which for most users is the most cumbersome.
Choose the one that best suits
Once you have seen the advantages and disadvantages of each operating system, you can decide. If you are a gamer, if you are going to
work with your computer or just to use it in a daily and simple way, you have your different choices. In the end, the last word is up