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Many PC game players probably are very fond of the game mode (3D tower defense) of Orcs Must Die! series - torture and kill the enemy with a variety of traps. In fact, it thoroughly imitated the earliest and most successful trap simulation video game Kagero/Deception series, made by the well-known game company Tecmo from Japan - producer and publisher of many popular video game series, such as: Ninja Gaiden, Dead or Alive, Fatal Frame.
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The founder of Age of Empires series of PC games Ensemble Studios that was disbanded by Microsoft didn't disappear from the scene, instead, they formed a new game studio Robot Entertainment, which soon afterwards announced their brand-new and original series of games Orcs Must Die!. The series currently has published three works in all: Orcs Must Die! (OMD for short) - pure single-player game, Orcs Must Die! 2 (OMD2 for short) - single-player game with double-player co-op game, and Orcs Must Die! Unchained (OMDU for short) - pure multi-player online free game.
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There are always a lot of tech news sites falsely beautify Network Spoofer and zANTI such as these tools as "one of the Android penetration testing apps". AppNee would say they were only born for hacking Wi-Fi network from an Android phone - some guys only use it for fun; but some others for illegal business deals.
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C Traps and Pitfalls was written in 1989 by Andrew Koenig, based on one paper he published at the Bell Labs in 1985. For this book, he combined his rich working experience, therefore it has a considerable reference value for C/C++ programmers. The start point of writing this book is, of course, not to criticize the C language, but rather to help programmers around the traps and obstacles in the process of C programming.
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