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Digital Camera Enhance – Makes blurry image instantly clearer

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Digital Camera Enhance (DCEnhance/DCEnhancer for short, AKA: Free Digital Camera Enhancer) is a free and tiny image processing automation program developed by MediaChance (written by R. Voska) from Canada. It’s mainly used to manually or automatically bring blurry photos taken with a digital camera into focus with one click! Therefore, it is very suitable for processing photos taken when the light is not good enough (indoor, with shadow, etc.), and especially good at making cool portraits and close-ups.

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Sky Ball – Beautified and enhanced clone work of the classic Ballance

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Sky Ball is a physics-based small indie game with puzzle elements. It made me think of that very classic and well-crafted balance ball game – Ballance (AKA: 3D Balance Ball) at first glance. Yes, it’s actually a beautified and strengthened unofficial clone edition of Ballance. Although Sky Ball is rarely known, it’s still worth a try for fans players of Ballance.

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