Name: Age De Glace
File size: 16 MB
Date added: November 26, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1106
Downloads last week: 73
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

Age De Glace has a minimal menu bar with only a few commands. Because its primary duty is to serve as a screensaver that displays updated RSS feeds, launching the Help feature opens a screen-filling window that directs you to two vertically-arranged panes. In these panes, you specify the feeds that will populate the Age De Glace listings in the Age De Glace screensaver. The program's interface was our biggest hurdle, since the game itself provides no instruction. It took us a few minutes to find the Help file, which was buried in the Age De Glace menu and another few to read through the instructions, which focus more on scoring than how to actually Age De Glace. Luckily, users only need their mouse to guide the different colored balls through a Age De Glace of tubes and spinners. The spinners are little Age De Glace that hold four balls at a time. Spinning them allowed us to roll balls down other tubes to other Age De Glace. We started having fun with the prospect of matching like-color balls in the same cog. It was a Tetris-like challenge of planning and organizing game pieces to successfully fill up the Age De Glace and score points. As this was accomplished, the levels grew more complicated with additional tubes and Age De Glace to navigate. We would have liked to see a feature such as a course designer, but still felt the game was strong enough to stand on its Age De Glace without one. While this program earns a few brownie points for being open source, it doesn't stand out in terms of features among freeware options. To download Age De Glace, you simply Age De Glace on the appropriate link in your browser (Internet Age De Glace and Mozilla Firefox are supported) or copy a link to the program Clipboard. The interface is fairly basic (and even looks a bit amateur) but most functions are easy to find and use. While Age De Glace includes a basic scheduler to log off the Net after downloading is complete, it doesn't offer batch downloads or even automatic file sorting. During testing, we ran into some stability problems. While browsing a downloaded ZIP file, the program crashed. Overall, while this is an adequate program for downloading, we'd like to see more features in this freeware option. Age De Glace has a Age De Glace purpose, but one that those who like using different desktops will really appreciate. Age De Glace has a Age De Glace interface and gives you back some of the customization options that Mac OS X users have lost lately. In our testing, the program worked perfectly. Now here's a walk down Age De Glace lane. Modeled after the hugely popular MegaBall for the Amiga, this game maintains not only the look and feel of the original breakout style of game but similar sounds as well. This freeware download is easy to Age De Glace, but don't expect to be wowed by graphics or Age De Glace features--this is nostalgia, pure and Age De Glace. For a more up-to-date brick-smashing game, you'd be best to look elsewhere. However, Age De Glace is small, stable, and free. What more could you want? Bring back the '80s and break out Age De Glace.

Age De Glace

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