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Six of the best iPad games to seize this Christmas 2014

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With Christmasloomingand manypeople receivingtablets orsmartphones,have compiled alist of someof the best gamesto make it alittle easierto get to playon Christmas Day.
1.broken swordGames
butthe classics (SmokingMirror anddirector's cut)are better thanthe new version(curse of thesnake).

BrokenSwordfranchiseis apoint and clickadventure gamesforvideo game companyEnglishRevolutionSoftware.The main protagonistsof the series areGeorgeStobbart, anAmerican patentattorneywisecracking,andNicole"Nico"Collard,an independentjournalistbrazenFrench.Theoriginal gameshave been remasteredfor theiPadbrilliantly.

If you likeBrokenSwordgamesworthclicking on"other games"inthe game menuand exitto the classic1994cyberpunk,Beneath aSteelSky.

2.The room andtheroom 2
Incrediblyelaborategames ofthree-dimensional puzzlesfull of mysteryandforebodingdark environment.Ultimately, the player islooking fora way outof each roomto move to thenext room.The player hasa special lensthat allows them tosee …

Android Malware Installs Pirated Assassin’s Creed App

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A pirated Credo Murderer application for Android version is included with the malware according to the security service-as-as-Zscaler.
Assassins Creed is a popular series of open-world adventure games available in several iterations on the Xbox, PlayStation, PC and other gaming platforms. 
There are also premium Murderer Credo applications for Android. However, users who want to download a free version of this application pirate can find their Android devices silently infected with a piece of malware mobile banking.

The Trojanized variety of Credo Murderer application has the potential to be very powerful, because when a user downloads it, what he or she is actually the download is malware. The malware in turn download a fully functional version, pirates of the actual application. The game app works as advertised, so the standard mobile player will have a hard time realizing that the package has been downloaded is malicious.

The attack is particularly timely during this holiday shopp…

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