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GTA 5 Keys for Free Gameplay

GTA V Keys Grand Theft Auto 5 is an open world, action-adventure video game that is uber popular among young teens for quite well known reasons. The PC and Steam versions of GTA V cost $59.99. Many of the people that love the GTA game series cannot afford that so people have come up with ways to circumvent the system so to speak.

A team of trust programmers we often deal with have developed a program that generates working GTA 5 serial keys. Simply click the button below to launch the page, view more information and get your working Grand Theft Auto key today!

Save yourself a good amount of money. Have fun and do not rob or run over too many people. LOL

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Bubble Shooter

This exclusive Bubble Shooter mobile app is for the United Kingdom ONLY. Download the app below with an option for unlimited coins during the install on your smartphone. This game is highly addictive so be careful but have fun!

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Using Apps to Replace a Wedding Photographer

When you’re planning a wedding, everything is really expensive and cutting costs is a reality for most couples. In a perfect world you wouldn’t need to worry about your wedding budget, but unless you’re from a very wealthy family then you’re going to need to stretch every single penny. One of the most expensive parts of your wedding will be hiring a professional wedding photographer, so recently there has been a push to find alternatives for this expense while still getting plenty of pictures of your ceremony and reception. Though most of what I’ve heard about this endeavor has been a mixed-bag of results, there are some couples who have saved big and swear by their decision.

In years past, it was common practice to leave a disposable camera on each table in the reception hall so that guests could take pictures in situations where a wedding photographer simply couldn’t go. This happened quite regularly, even if the couple had the cash to pay for a professional to capture the more important parts of the wedding. Now, since everyone and their grandmother own a smartphone, disposable cameras are a thing of the past. However, the quest to replace a wedding photographer with an app is now alive and well and here is everything you need to know about it.

Collecting Photos

There are a number of great apps out there to enhance the quality of the photos that are taken by your smartphone, and as technology continues to advance the quality of the standard camera functions improves as well. The one limitation that the cameras on smartphones have is the lack of a true optical zoom lens, but since you usually are pretty close to everyone it’s really not that important at a wedding. Another downside is the size of the lens which would make it difficult to capture very bright sparklers and other objects that emit a lot of light. However, since you’re already compromising by not having a professional wedding photographer at all, skipping some of these pictures is probably not out of the question. Read more…

Best Games to Play on the iPhone 5

What makes a great game is very subjective. You might place a lot of weight on flashy graphics or you might look for simple, addictive gameplay. Owners of the latest version of Apple’s iPhone have got a wealth of games to choose from and some serious hardware to play them on. With that in mind, we’re taking a look at the best iPhone 5 games to suit all tastes.

Asphalt 8 Airborne

If you want a game that really tests the capabilities of the iPhone 5’s dual-core A6 chip, then Asphalt 8 Airborne won’t disappoint. The visuals of this popular racer wouldn’t look out of place on the PS3 and the gameplay has seen a few modifications, most notably in the respect that your car can now fly through the air. At a cost of 69p, it’s also not going to break the bank.

Dots

Dots is has a beautiful minimalism that eschews complex graphics in favour of coloured dots on a white background. The draw of the gameplay is in its simplicity: connect dots of the same colour to score points. And did we mention it’s free to download?

CasinoEuro’s Blackjack

For those who enjoy a little online gambling, the iPhone has made the whole process easier with dedicated casino apps. One of the more successful attempts comes from CasinoEuro whose Blackjack game has some of the smoothest gameplay and stylish graphics in the genre.

Limbo

The stunning retina display on the iPhone 5 lends itself to games with beautiful visuals. Limbo is one such game: the dark, monochrome world has been expertly crafted to give the gameplay an eerie, uncomfortable edge. You play a little boy searching for his sister among the crumbling city of Limbo, navigating puzzles, traps and giant spiders. It’s won a total of 90 awards since release in 2010.

Minecraft

Minecraft was one of the greatest success stories in the indie gaming world. As of September 2013 it had sold over 12 million copies, making it the 3rd best-selling PC game of all time. So it made a lot of sense to port it over to the iOS. The pocket edition is every bit as fun and makes memories of playing with Lego seem so long ago.

XCOM: Enemy Unknown

There aren’t many mobile games that warrant a £13.99 price tag, but XCOM: Enemy Unkown is an exception. It’s a port of the successful PC and console strategy game that takes you into the world of alien invasions and battle tactics. It manages to retain much of the original’s ethos even with the touch-screen controls.

Kingdom Rush 2

The sequel to the immensely popular Kingdom Rush doesn’t take the tower-defence genre to new heights but keeps the same formula and adds a couple of twists. The cartoonish visuals stand in stark contrast to the serious strategy involved: protect your towers from attack by tactically placing your bomb-tossing and arrow-flinging towers.

PS3 v PS4: is it worth forking out for an upgrade?

ps3ps4imageThis November, Sony is finally unleashing the successor to the PlayStation 3, the PlayStation 4, but many gamers are wondering if it is worth splurging on the new console when the current one is still going strong.

The PlayStation 3 was first released in 2006, and since then has had a number of must-play games released for it. As recently as June, around the same time that the PlayStation 4 was unveiled to the public during E3, developer Naughty Dog brought their survival horror masterpiece The Last Of Us out on PlayStation 3.

The game scored high critical praise, receiving 10/10 from many publications, as well as delivering a commercial success for Sony. There are countless other classics on the console that gamers may not have yet had time to play, and more still to come, including the much anticipated Grand Theft Auto V.

However, if you are a gadget geek and need to have the latest and best technology, pre-ordering the PlayStation 4 from Littlewoods early would be a safe bet. Featuring 8GB of GDDR5 RAM, it is custom built for sleek, smooth gameplay. Assassin’s Creed developer Ubisoft recently revealed that the definitive version of the next title in that franchise, Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, would be for PlayStation 4, featuring “immersive graphics and superior wave simulation” to all other versions of the game. For many hardcore fans, that will be reason enough to invest in the new model.

The PlayStation 4 will also have exclusive new games from existing fan favourite franchises, including Infamous: Second Son and Killzone: Shadow Fall. It will also have Transistor, the next game from Supergiant Games, and online racer Drive Club, developed by British based Evolution Studios. The latter will allow competitive play, as well as giving users the ability to set up tournaments and cup competitions via an exclusive app for smart phones and tablets.

As well as the technical improvements and new games, Sony have also improved the way games are played by redesigning their Dualshock controller. As Tech Radar noted in their review of the Dualshock 4, the new controller fits better in the hands, and the response times have been improved. It also has a couple of brand new features, including a small trackpad at the top and a share button, which will allow pictures and video of gameplay to be shared with friends and social networking sites.

In short, the PlayStation 4 is a definite buy for gamers with their hearts set on staying up to date with all the latest machines. However, those players who still have a PlayStation 3 need not worry. When speaking to Japanese gaming site Famitsu, Sony insisted that they would not abandon the PlayStation 3, and that the shift to the next generation would be a gradual process.

If you do take the plunge, there’s talk of making old games available for PlayStation 4, which would be a marked improvement on previous consoles being totally incompatible with discs designed for older models. You still won’t be able to play your PS3 discs as they are, but by 2014 you might be able to stream vintage classics through a ‘cloud’ system – an innovation that will definitely seal the deal for many gamers still nostalgic about PS1’s Crash Bandicoot.