Frequently Asked Questions

Are your games really free?

How can I contact you?

How can I set or change homepage in my browser?

Where can I find the system requirements for a game?

How do I uninstall and reinstall my games on my Windows PC?

What is DirectX, and how do I update it?

What is a driver and why do I need the latest version?

I made a game, can you help me market it?

When I downloaded a game, I got a virus warning message. Are your games safe?


Are your games really free?

Yes! All our games are full version and absolutely free without any limitations. You do not need to pay for anything, just download, install and play as long as you want.


How can I contact you?

Please use this Form to contact us. Our address: Suite L4216, 4281 Express Lane, Sarasota, FL, US 34238.


How can I set or change homepage in my browser?

To set or change your homepage on Internet Explorer:

1. Open Internet Explorer.

2. Click the Tools menu, and then click Internet Options.

3. On the General tab, in the Home page section, delete the URL or text that is displayed in the box.

4. Type the URL of the website you want to set as your homepage in the same box, and then click OK.

5. Close your browser. The next time you launch your browser, the website you set as your homepage will appear.

To set or change your homepage on Firefox:

1. Open Mozilla Firefox.

2. Click the Tools menu, and then click Options.

3. On the General tab, delete the URL or text that is displayed in the Home Page box.

4. Type the URL of the website you want to set as your homepage in the Home Page box, and then click OK.

5. Close your browser. The next time you launch your browser, the website you set as your homepage will appear.

To set or change your homepage on Chrome:

1. Open Google Chrome.

2. Click on Customize and control Google Chrome (the wrench icon).

3. Click Options.

4. Click the Basics tab, under the Home page section, select Open this page: and type the URL of the website you want to set as your homepage.

5. Click Close.


Where can I find the system requirements for a game?

Each game will have its system requirements listed on the game's information page. Click the game that you are interested in, and you will find the system requirements below the Screenshots.


How do I uninstall and reinstall my games on my Windows PC?

To remove a game through the Windows Control Panel:

Windows XP:

1. Click the Windows Start button and click Control Panel.

2. Click Add or Remove Programs.

3. Find and select the game from the list of programs.

4. Click the Change/Remove button.

Windows Vista and Windows 7:

1. Click the Windows Start button and click Control Panel.

2. Click Programs and Features.

3. Find and select the game from the list of programs.

4. Click the Uninstall button. (In Windows 7, simply double-click the program name to begin uninstalling.)

5. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.


What is DirectX, and how do I update it?

DirectX is software that allows your game to communicate with the hardware on your computer. IMPORTANT: Before updating DirectX, check with your hardware manufacturer to ensure that your video and sound cards are compatible with the latest version of DirectX. There is no way to uninstall or roll back this upgrade. If you are running Windows XP Service Pack 2, Windows Vista, or Windows 7, then you most likely already have the latest version of Direct X. If you're not sure, the easiest way to get DirectX is to perform a Windows Update.


What is a driver and why do I need the latest version?

Drivers are software that tell your computer how to communicate with the video and sound cards. Old drivers may not contain all the commands necessary to run the game.

Step 1: Make sure you have the latest version of DirectX.

Step 2: Determine what type of video or sound card you have:

For Windows XP, Vista, and 7:

1. On the Windows taskbar, click the Start button, then Control Panel, then System.

2. Click the Hardware tab, then the Device Manager button. (In Windows 7, just click Device Manager.)

3. Click the PLUS (+) sign or arrow in front of Display Adapters.

4. Write down the info that appears just below Display Adapters.

5. Click the PLUS (+) sign or arrow in front of Sound, Video and Game Controllers.

6. Write down the info that appears just below Sound, Video and Game Controllers.

Step 3: Armed with the name of your video or sound card, search the web for the latest drivers. New drivers can usually be obtained free from the manufacturer.


I made a game, can you help me market it?

We do work with developer partners. Please contact us for more information on how to work with us!


When I downloaded a game, I got a virus warning message. Are your games safe?

Our games are safe. If you're receiving a warning message, you may simply need to update your anti-virus software. Most anti-virus programs provide updates at the beginning of the year; if you haven't installed the update on your computer, this could be the cause of the error message.