Game Memorizer 1.0.3
Devil May Cry, SSX Tricky, Soul Calibur, and Quake 3 are great games, but have complex controls. For an example, look at Oni. The game is filled with great combat moves, but you have to memorize several buttons to be executed at an instant for just one move. And with new technology and time, games are not going to get any less complex and multi faceted. What is the solution? Game Memorizer!
Game Memorizer is a program that helps you memorize the keys or buttons to your games. It does this by showing you a picture of the device that you use to interact with your game, a keyboard or PS2 controller for example. Each button on that drawing has a box where you may type text, either next to it with an arrow or on top of the button or key. In the provided box you type a description of what that button does in the game. When you are finished putting in all your descriptions, you print out the game map (a game map is a Game Memorizer document). The game map fills up a whole sheet of computer paper, making it much more visible and legible as a quick reference while you play than many game manuals. Game Memorizer has other features as well, such as preset ready to print game maps and a hot key map maker. To learn more, please visit the Athena Shareware web site.
Some users still complained of some buttons not working, this is the
fix. The file is now named gamememtrial.exe, that is only so that it
will be a self extracting archive for PC users (where as files on the
net usually are .zip or .sit, some PC applications end in .exe).
However, it is note just a PC file, mac users simply need to drag and
drop it on or open it with Stuffit Expander and it will decompress
correctly, but double clicking will not work.
• 24 MB of Disk Space
• 9,143 KB of available RAM
• Mac OS 8.1
• PowerPC 601
• 256 colors
Hyper Studio Player 4.2
||. (1/20/2002 - version 1.0.1)
|bad-a really horrible program that makes you download all this other garbage to make it work, and its no good anyway!
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