Hello Mario Engine – Anyone can make a Mario game as easy as 1-2-3

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Hello Mario Engine (formerly called Hello’s Mario Engine, Hello Engine) is a feature-packed, fully-documented, easy-to-use Super Mario game engine for GameMaker: Studio, developed by Hello Fangaming from MFGG (Mario Fan Games Galaxy) in 2007. It enables anyone to make a Mario game with ease. Even better, it’s free and open-source (under the new BSD License), which means you can make whatever you want with this engine, without any restrictions.

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[v12.1] Nuke – Powerful film compositing, editorial and review toolset

Nuke (AKA: The Foundry NUKE, NukeX, Nuke Studio) is a film/TV compositing software based on digital nodes, developed by The Foundry from United Kingdom. As of writing this post, it has been used for the production of nearly 100 films, and hundreds of commercials and music televisions. For example, the famous film works that Nuke participated in the production of include: The Day After Tomorrow, i, Робот (Enthiran), xXx, Titanic, T2, Apollo 13, True Lies, X-Men, Кинг Конг (King Kong), etc.

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[v7.5] ExpanDrive – Fast and reliable network drives local mapper

ExpanDrive is a powerful and practical cross-platform cloud drive mapping tool that can mount a variety of cloud disks as network drive that works like a local disk. It supports Amazon S3, Dropbox, Google Drive, Google Team Drives, Amazon Drive, Box, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, Sharepoint, Openstack Swift and other internationally-known cloud drive services. In addition, for webmasters or administrators, it also supports mounting your own servers as local disks via SFTP (SSH), FTP, WebDAV for easy and efficient use.

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[v5.28] Easy Duplicate Finder – Best duplicate files scanner and remover

There must be a lot of duplicate files in your system, especially photos, songs, videos, office documents and archives. Not only are they easy to have a duplication, but also most of them take up a lot of storage space on your disk. However, it is unrealistic to manually find them out one by one. In this case, we have to utilize some duplicate files finding tools to efficiently solve this problem. This time what I would like to recommend to you is the so-called best duplicate files scanner and remover- Easy Duplicate Finder.

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[v5.2] Start Menu 8 – Bring back the classic Start Menu to Windows 8/8.1

As is known to all, Windows 8 removes the traditional start menu, which makes a lot of old users unaccustomed. Although the Windows 10 Technical Preview has brought back this feature, before the Windows 10 officially released, for users are still using Windows 8/8.1, we still can use Start Menu 8 to get our long-expected start menu back.

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