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When we released our very first game, Game Dev Tycoon (for Mac, Windows and Linux) yesterday, we did something unusual and as far as I know unique. We released a cracked version of the game ourselves, minutes after opening our Store.




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This was a unique opportunity. You need a game development simulation game to make this particular joke work. The more general idea/experiment to release a cracked version which inconveniences and counts pirates can probably work for any game and might work in the long run.


Power Steering: verify proper level through sight glass or dipstick; reservoir is securely mounted and not cracked; check the hoses for splits or cuts and ensure they are securely mounted at both ends.


Steering Shaft: not bent or broken and securely mounted; no excessive play. Steering Gear Box: properly mounted to frame and not cracked or broken; no visible leaks; HOSE has no visible leaks and is properly mounted at both ends.


Pitman Arm: not cracked and securely mounted, all hardware is present. Castle nuts and cotter pins are present and tight. Drag Link: not broken and properly mounted at both ends. Rubber bushings: not split or cut and properly greased. Upper/Lower Control Arms and Tie Rod: not broken and securely mounted, all hardware present.


Spring Mounts: spring mounts and hardware are not cracked or broken and properly mounted to frame. Leaf Springs: not cracked or broken, not shifted or scissored; properly mounted to spring hangers. U-bolts: not cracked or broken and securely mounted.


Brake Hose: hose to brake chamber not split or cut, no audible leaks, and securely mounted at both ends. Brake Chamber: not cracked or broken and securely mounted; no audible leaks. Slack Adjuster: no missing hardware and properly mounted; push rod has no more than 1" of play and is at a 90 angle to brake chamber. Brake Drum: securely mounted and not broken, no bluing from excessive heat. Brake Pads: securely mounted and not broken; minimum brake pad thickness is 1/4".


Wheel inside: not broken and securely mounted; no welding repairs. Tire: sidewalls have no cuts or bulges; steer tire tread depth is 4/32" min.; tread is evenly worn; check inflation w/ air gauge (do not kick tires); no re-treads on steers. Wheel outside: securely mounted and not cracked, no illegal welds. Valve Stem: properly secured and not broken; no audible leaks, has a metal cap. Lug Nuts: not cracked or broken; all lug nuts are present and tight. Hub Seal: not cracked, broken, or loose; no visible leaks. End this portion of the inspection at the Hub Seal.


Mirror bracket: properly attached to truck and not broken, all hardware in place. Door: securely mounted and opens and closes; hinges not broken and securely mounted; rubber seal not split or cut and is properly mounted. Steps: hold my weight, not loose, no debris. Fuel tank: not leaking and no loose hardware; cap is tight, seal intact and chain present. Exhaust: not loose, all hardware present, no evidence of leaks (exterior soot). Cat Walk and Steps: properly mounted and not excessively dirty. Frame: not twisted or broken and no illegal welds. Drive Shaft: not cracked or broken, U-joints not broken and have no foreign objects. Rear truck lights: proper color, all lights are present, not cracked or dirty, no moisture inside the lens. Mud Flap: bracket is securely mounted and not cracked, all hardware in place; mud flap not split or cut. DOT tape is securely mounted, not dirty, covers 100% of rear. Space: enough space between rear of truck and landing gear for turns.


Fifth Wheel Assembly: Apron: securely mounted, not cracked or broken. No gap between apron and skid plate. Skid Plate: properly greased, securely mounted, not cracked. Pivot pin is securely mounted, not cracked or broken. Platform: is securely mounted to frame and not cracked or broken. Release Handle: securely mounted, not broken and in locked position. Sliding Fifth Wheel? The actuator is not cracked or broken; air line is securely mounted, no audible leaks, no cuts or splits).


Start at the front of the trailer, then inspect the side and the back. Finish with a trailer axle. Front of Trailer: clearance lights are the proper color, not loose, cracked, or dirty, and clean. Front of trailer has no holes, all rivets present. Side of Trailer: no holes in side of trailer, all rivets in place. DOT tape: properly secured, not dirty, covers at least 50% of the side. Frame: not twisted or broken, all hardware present and tight. Cross members: securely mounted, not loose or broken, none missing. Floor: securely mounted and no holes. Landing gear: is raised, not broken, securely mounted; Handle not broken, securely mounted, and operational. Clearance light: proper color, not loose, cracked or dirty; rubber gasket not split or cut. Air lines: are securely mounted under trailer, no audible leaks, not dragging on the ground. Tandem slide: not bent, properly mounted, pins locked in place. Release arm: securely mounted, not broken, and in locked position. Mud flap: securely mounted, no cuts, and proper distance from tire and ground. ABS light: not cracked or dirty, proper color, no moisture inside


Back of Trailer: clearance lights are the proper color, not cracked or dirty, and clean. Hinges: are securely mounted, bot cracked or broken. Doors: not broken, no holes; door seal intact, no cuts, securely mounted. Door handles and rods: are not bent, are securely mounted, and operational. Lights: proper color, securely mounted, not loose, cracked or dirty. DOT tape: is securely mounted, clean, and covers 100% of rear. Bumper: is properly secured, not cracked or broken.


Trailing Arm Mount: securely mounted to frame, not broken or cracked. Spring mounts: spring mounts and hardware are not cracked or broken and properly mounted to frame. Leaf Springs: not cracked or broken, not shifted or scissored; properly mounted to spring hangers. U-bolts: not cracked or broken and securely mounted. Shock Absorber: not bent or broken and mounted securely; no visible leaks; rubber bushings have no dry-rot. Air Bags: not split or cut, no audible leaks; mounts are properly securedand not cracked. Brake Hose: hose to brake chamber not split or cut, no audible leaks, securely mounted at both ends. Brake Chamber: not cracked or broken and securely mounted; no audible leaks. Slack Adjuster: no missing hardware and properly mounted; push rod has no more than 1" of play and is at a 90 angle to brake chamber. Brake Drum: securely mounted and not broken, no bluing from excessive heat. Brake Pads: securely mounted and not broken; minimum brake pad thickness is 1/4". Wheel inside: not broken and securely mounted; no welding repairs. Tires: sidewalls have no cuts or bulges; tread depth on drive tires is 2/32" min.; evenly worn; check inflation w/ air gauge (do not kick tires); can be re-treads; Dual Tires: no foreign objects between tires, no gap between wheels. Wheel Outside: not cracked, securely mounted, no welding repairs. Valve Stem: properly secured and not broken; no audible leaks, has a metal cap. Lug Nuts: not cracked or broken; all lug nuts are present and tight. Hub Seal: not cracked, broken, or loose; no visible leaks. End this inspection at the Hub Seal.


Start at the driver side door and work your way to the right. Seat belt: securely mounted, belt has no cuts or frays, adjusts properly, and latches and unlatches. Horns: ensure that both horns are operational. Fire extinguisher: properly charged and rated, securely mounted, pin in place. Triangles: must have 3, not cracked or broken, reflective. Fuses: must have spare fuses or circuit breakers; if vehicle does not use fuses, mention to tester. After inspecting your safety items, turn the key on and continue your inspection.


Follow the blue spiral shape below to remember the 5 in cab items. Mirrors: glass not dirty or cracked, no illegal stickers, mirrors properly adjusted. Windshield: securely mounted, not dirty or cracked, no illegal stickers. Windshield wipers: arms properly mounted and not broken; blades have no splits or cuts, wipers and wiper fluid are operational. Heater/defroster: demonstrate both are operational by setting fan to max, and the mix valve to heat/defrost. Dashboard light indicators: turn the lights on and check the indicators for the high beams, right and left turn signals, and 4-way flashers.


In this tutorial, we learn how to use a "no CD" crack to play PC games without a disc. First, go to www.gameburnworld.com and search for your game using the search bar. Once you find the game you want, click on the version that you want. After this, the game will start to download onto your computer using the software you choose. Once it's finished, install it and open up the executable file. Now, move this file and make a copy of it on your desktop. Now you can delete your original copy and place the cracked version where the original used to be. Now you can create a shortcut for the game and go ahead and play!


Plastic discs can easily get smudged, broken, cracked, and scratched because of bad handling, or go bad due to physical or chemical deterioration. When a DVD becomes damaged and unreadable, it could skip or freeze at certain points while playing. Can you recover data from damaged DVDs? Yes. Googling around and you may find there're programs claiming that they can copy files from damaged DVDs. There're physical means to repair broken DVDs too. In this article, we'll show you how to copy data from a damaged disc successfully. 350c69d7ab


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