Fun Run

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Fun Run is a 3D car racing game, where the user has to collect extras, avoid obstacles and reach the goal as fast as possible (high score system) proves that worldwide there is a huge interest in cheap and easy-to-play games.

The installation is in German so just choose Weiter and Ja whenever asked, if your German is not that good.

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Fun Run

DO NOT INSTALL THIS BOLLOCKS! it installls some shit called gratisware that keep poping windows up while you are on the net! sneeky bastards, they want shooting and you cant f**king uninstall it!

Fun Run

Hello,I'm Guillem and I am spanish.I'm interested in this game ("FunRun") and I whant to know how can I install it in my computer?Yhanks in advance for your answer.Best regards,guillem.

Fun Run

another game what dosent work!every good game dosent work i want to say that if these games dosent work then WHY do you put them in megagames!!!!!!! i am gonna go mad when you dont do something thats all

Fun Run

i have a few friends who are mad because they believed that they could buy a good video card right now (6800 gt ultra) and then add to this, in a few years, another high end next gen card. right now this can not happen with sli."You will literally be able to take an R520 and plug it side by side with R423, X800 or R480, X850 board and make them render simultaneously"[url removed] that sounds really cool. of cource you still need drivers to work with each game to see a power boost, but that is still a big buying reason for ATI.i do believe in the future sli can do this, but you will need to get a new motherboard with a new and improved sli.keep in mind that ATI Multi VPU is right now running on an agp (for the us army) system. i do not know how they are being hooked together but it does mean that when you pick up this new tech (problably only for the pci express, to keep with the times... and probably only for two cards, the us army has 37 9700 hooked up together... hard to believe). your current ATI x800 (even though it can work with the 9700 they probably will force people to have it work with only the x700, x800 and higher series) can be added to the r520.this means you will always get the power of the new video card with the boost of your old card. maximum gaming but saving your money!!!

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