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Sunset Studio - Love on the High Seas

Search star-studded Hollywood sets for cleverly hidden objects, and keep a big budget blockbuster from sinking -- literally, in Sunset Studio - Love on the High Seas! In this exciting sequel to Sunset Studio Deluxe, Katherine Connick, the temperamental and demanding star of "Titanship", just can't find anything for herself. But really, why should a star have to look for anything anyway? That's what assistants are for! Help keep this unsteady production afloat by sifting through a variety of studio locations and collecting valuable production pieces before time runs out. From the creators of the hit Little Shop series of games, Sunset Studio - Love on the High Seas features vibrant scenes to search, six amazing power-ups, a hilarious storyline, and whole lot of Hollywood glamour. Play Sunset Studio - Love on the High Seas and discover the kind of romance that can only be found on an imaginary sinking ship. Look for Sunset Studio - Love on the High Seas Free Trial and Sunset Studio Love on the High Seas Full Version games soon at a computer near you!

* 60 Star-Studded Levels of Hidden Object Fun
* 15 Unique Environments to Explore
* Four Original Hint Power-ups plus Two More to Find
* Hilarious Storyline featuring Colorful Characters
* Sequel to Sunset Studios Deluxe

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System Requirements

- Windows XP/Windows Vista
- 800 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
- 512MB RAM
- DirectX 9.0

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Woods is the World’s Highest-paid Athletes

Eight months on the shelf after knee surgery put a severe dent in his prize money, and killed his overseas appearance fees. One of his main sponsors walked away a year before their agreement was set to expire.

Yet Tiger Woods remains sports’ highest earner with an annual income two and a half times larger than his closest competitor. The world’s top golfer made $110 million during the past 12 months and is the best-paid sportsman for the eighth straight year.

Woods’ knee injury caused his prize money to drop to $5 million from $25 million, but his overall earnings only fell $5 million thanks to an expansion of Woods’ non-playing financial empire.

The top five:
1. Tiger Woods
2t. Kobe Bryant
2t. Michael Jordan
2t. Kimi Raikkonen
5. David Beckham

PepsiCo launched Gatorade Tiger last year in March with claims that it “helps focus your mind and your body.” Woods receives a cut of sales for the four flavors sold under his name. When General Motors’ problems caused Buick to terminate its $8 million a year deal with Woods one year early, the Woods camp moved quickly to sign a deal with AT&T to put the phone company’s brand on his golf bag in Buick’s place.

Nike is by far Woods’ biggest benefactor with an annual payday of more than $30 million for the golfer. Woods profits from the success of the company’s golf division, and last year sales for Nike Golf hit a record $725 million. Woods’ most lucrative new endeavor is his golf course design business. Last year he announced plans for a third course to be built in Mexico. His other courses in Dubai and North Carolina are currently under construction.

Our list of the highest-paid athletes looks at earnings derived from salaries, bonuses, prize money, endorsements and licensing income between June 2008 and June 2009 and does not deduct for taxes or agents’ fees. Overall, the top 20 earned $789 million, down 1 percent from last year. The cutoff to make the list was $30 million.

Drop-offs from last year include boxer Floyd Mayweather (has not fought since December 2007), NFL players Ben Roethlisberger and Dwight Freeney (both made the 2008 list after inking contracts with big signing bonuses) and Formula One driver Fernando Alonso (just missed the cut).

The highest-ranking of the four newcomers to the list is boxer Manny Pacquiao who earned $40 million over the last year, tied for the sixth most. Pacquiao cemented his claim as the world’s best pound-for-pound fighter with convincing knockouts of Oscar De La Hoya in December and Ricky Hatton in May. The two blockbuster fights garnered more than 2 million pay-per-view buys in the U.S. and earned Pac-Man $30 million combined.

Pacquiao’s massive popularity in his native Philippines is why companies like Nike and San Miguel beer have signed him to endorse their products. Pacquiao intends to use that popularity to run for political office when his ring career is over.

Our 20 highest earners have a very international flavor with Pacquiao one of eight non-Americans on the list. Finnish Formula One driver Kimi Raikkonen earned $45 million over the past year, tied for second on our list with hoop legends Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant. Right behind that trio is global icon David Beckham who earned $42 million playing for the Los Angeles Galaxy and AC Milan, while shilling for Adidas, Giorgio Armani and Motorola.

Notable omission: the entire NFL, which didn’t place anyone in the top 20 despite being the world’s richest sports league. The league’s salary cap keeps a lid on individual player salaries, and few players outside of Peyton Manning collect big endorsement deals. The top NFL earner during the past 12 months was Oakland Raiders cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha who made $22 million, mainly as a result of the three-year, $45 million contract he signed in February.

source : sports.yahoo.com
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Pirate Poppers

Sail the seas of swashbucklin', pirate-popping fun! Fire your colored cannonballs at advancing balls to make groups of three or more. Collect the trinkets and jewels that fall and stash them away in the Treasure Cove. You'll begin as Lowly Landlubber, but as you plunder you'll rise up in rank. Do you have what it takes to be named a Living Legend? Featuring addictive gameplay, gorgeous graphics, and sparkling surprises, Pirate Poppers is an action-puzzle adventure for the entire family. Aargh!

Game Features :

* Unlimited Play
* Three Game Modes: Adventure, Puzzle, and Arcade
* Helpful Power-Ups
* Collectible Treasures
* Beautiful Full Screen Display

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Download Links
http://rapidshare.com/files/133489477/Pirate_Poppers.rar
No password

System Requirements

- Windows XP/Windows 2000/Windows ME/Windows 98/Windows Vista
- 700 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
- 128MB RAM
- DirectX 7.0

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Chuzzle Deluxe

Meet the Chuzzles! These googly-eyed little balls of fur giggle, squeak, and sneeze as you poke and push them across the board. Free them by forming groups of three or more, but watch out for dangerous puzzle locks! Explore four different game modes as you earn trophies, unlock secret games, and more! From the creators of Bejeweled and Zuma, once you start popping Chuzzles you won't want to stop!

Game Features:

* Unlimited Play
* Classic, Speed, Zen and Mindbender modes.
* Rainbow Chuzzles, Giant Chuzzles, Super Chuzzles and more!
* Hilarious special Chuzzle animations and vocals!
* Earn trophies and make your mark in the Hall of Fame!

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Download Links
http://rapidshare.com/files/133406901/Chuzzle.rar

No password needed

System Requirements

- Windows XP/Windows ME/Windows Vista/Windows 2000/Windows 98
- 500 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
- 128MB RAM
- DirectX 7.0

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Jammie Thomas Fined $1.92M for Sharing 24 Songs

MINNEAPOLIS – A replay of the nation's only file-sharing case to go to trial has ended with the same result — a Minnesota woman was found to have violated music copyrights and must pay huge damages to the recording industry.

A federal jury ruled Thursday that Jammie Thomas-Rasset willfully violated the copyrights on 24 songs, and awarded recording companies $1.92 million, or $80,000 per song.

Thomas-Rasset's second trial actually turned out worse for her. When a different federal jury heard her case in 2007, it hit Thomas-Rasset with a $222,000 judgment.

The new trial was ordered after the judge in the case decided he had erred in giving jury instructions.

Thomas-Rasset sat glumly with her chin in hand as she heard the jury's finding of willful infringement, which increased the potential penalty. She raised her eyebrows in surprise when the jury's penalty of $80,000 per song was read.

Outside the courtroom, she called the $1.92 million figure "kind of ridiculous" but expressed resignation over the decision.

"There's no way they're ever going to get that," said Thomas-Rasset, a 32-year-old mother of four from the central Minnesota city of Brainerd. "I'm a mom, limited means, so I'm not going to worry about it now."

Her attorney, Kiwi Camara, said he was surprised by the size of the judgment. He said it suggested that jurors didn't believe Thomas-Rasset's denials of illegal file-sharing, and that they were angry with her.

Camara said he and his client hadn't decided whether to appeal or pursue the Recording Industry Association of America's settlement overtures.

Cara Duckworth, a spokeswoman for the RIAA, said the industry remains willing to settle. She refused to name a figure, but acknowledged Thomas-Rasset had been given the chance to settle for $3,000 to $5,000 earlier in the case.

source : news.yahoo.com
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