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Giveaway of the day — MakeMe3D

MakeMe3D turns your movies into real 3D-videos!
$39,99 EXPIRED
User rating: 352 (36%) 637 (64%) 63 comments

MakeMe3D was available as a giveaway on June 19, 2012!

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MakeMe3D turns your movies into real 3D-videos! MakeMe3D converts existing 2D-videos automatically into the third dimension. The 3D-videos are compatible to the known Anaglyph 3D glasses and to the new Stereoscopic 3D Hardware.

MakeMe3D is extremely easy to operate. The program supports the import of 2D-videos and others in formats Video-DVD, AVI, WMV, MP4, 3GP, MPG and TS, to mention only the most important. The program stores the converted 3D-videos in formats AVI, MPG, MP4 and WMV.

It is possible to select from numerous target profiles. For example, the video resolution is automatically adjusted to the parameters for iPad, PlayStation PS3 or Xbox 360. When converting a large number of 2D-videos the batch mode is an option. This mode converts all videos of a list and saves user precious time.

System Requirements:

Windows XP/ Vista/ 7; nin. 256 Megabyte RAM (512 MB recommended), for Windows Vista 1 GB; CPU with min. 1 GHz


Engelmann Media GmbH



File Size:

24.6 MB



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WOW this is great software, converted one of my porno's!!! Amazing how much the pumping is coming at you, like being in the room with them.

Reply   |   Comment by Fergal Sharky  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

Hi Marsha Comment #30, you don't go directly to the developers site. You have to install the application first. At the end of the installation wizard a window will pop up asking for some details such as first & second name, then your email. Within a few seconds seconds you should then have an email with the registration code.

I hope this helps Marsha.

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

I agree with Fingerlakes Dave. It's a simple job to uncheck the auto update so that it doesn't un-register the progam. We are after all getting this program for free anyway; so why the complaints?

No doubt this will be well into the negative by the end of the giveaway w.r.t. voting.

With the attitudes some show here it's a wonder the giveawayoftheday is still here. I was taught to be thankful and grateful when given gifts.

Reply   |   Comment by Heavy Water  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

Installed on windows 7 machine.
Noticed - the programs makes a lot of changes to registry and "other" unspecified items... then installs program....

filled in form

got link email

clicked on link

hmmm..... link says this link is invalid !!!!!! ... NO SOUP FOR YOU!

UN-installed program just as fast as install!!

I probably will not install another one of their programs again.

I keep thinking..... What if I paid REAL MONEY for this !!!

As is... Don't buy!... you may be sorry.

PS: it appears the 3D effect is based upon edge movement. If you notice in the your tube video


the 3D effect is strongest on faster moving objects. Watch for the guy standing still while everyone is moving around him. There is a software edge detector at the heat of this program, creating the 3D effect.


Reply   |   Comment by Crazy Al  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

once again i cannot use software because it requires .net 3+. which cannot install on my system for some reason.

Reply   |   Comment by nogard0  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

i think system reqs need .NET FRAMEWORK 3.5 as a requirement.
though it is nice that they download it if you do not have it.

what exactly does .NET FRAMEWORK 3.5 allow this software to do ??? why is .net needed for so many programs ... does the name imply that the software needs the internet ??? and to what purpose if it does ???

some of my .net softwares refuse to update ... like the 2.0 or the 3.0 update aborts with a error no matter what i have sone (even uninstalling and reinstalling a;; .met programs - very time comsuming) the whole shebang.

Reply   |   Comment by nogard0  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

# 49 Richard...there are two types of 3D Glasses. You must have

the wrong ones. Call a store that sells 3D TV's, about glasses.

Reply   |   Comment by John A.  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I actually used to own this software a couple of years back. It worked OK in certain situations, but our drunken fantasy of creating 3D porn did not work out as well as we liked.

Reply   |   Comment by Anidem  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

I couldn't get the registration code and went to the makers website and contacted then directly and they send me the code within a couple of minutes, but to be honest I wish I hadn't bothered, the so called 3D quality is terrible ... Big thumbs down.

As a point of interest I posted a comment earlier on complaining about the problems with registering a lot of GOTD's offerings and see it has been removed CENSORSHIP OR WHAT!

Reply   |   Comment by lenard ray  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

# 49

Cinemas mostly use special 3D projection techniques, hence their glasses won't work at home. You either need red/cyan glasses or a special 3D TV with the special glasses provided to match the TV!

Reply   |   Comment by Sparkles  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

No problem, simulated 3D is simulated 3D. True 3D uses two cameras positioned slightly differently. That said, properly simulated 3D works well! I won't be using this much simply because anaglyph glasses give me a headache and I can no way afford stereo 3D hardware!

But no reason to write off today's GOTD, as any film you want to try it with is 2D, and though simulated 3D is not quite as good as true 3D, true 3D isn't available for most films! So give it a go and see what you think!

Reply   |   Comment by Sparkles  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

@ 49 Richard

it's what I tried to explain today, but the ones calling me "names" seem to know it better.

For a last time, there is no software capable of converting traditional single camera films into stereoscopic films.

Reply   |   Comment by J. Hargreave  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

Installation & Registration wnt without a hitch on my Win 7 Home Premium 64-bit Laptop with Intel Core i-5 (2.3 GHz CPU) & 8 GB RAM.
On a side note: I refuse to disable browser scripts but I AM starting to be very irritated by puss' recent behaviour of continual popping up every time I reload the page for new comments... It wasn't bad before when "he" only Popped up" occasionally!

Reply   |   Comment by Chris Roy Jackson  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

Giovanni #23 Sorry mate, this time you're wrong.
It's a free download.... trial version.
To get it full you'll have to pay $29.95.

Always waiting for your free suggestions here,
hope you'll have a better one next time.

Greetz from Holland,

Reply   |   Comment by Chaotic  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

If anyone have a problem with registration: change your mail address!
I tried with a freemail.hu domain, but I get error. Tried again with a hotmail address and then will be ok.

Reply   |   Comment by Mykee  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

did not work for me, unless I'm doing it wrong, I got a pair of those 3d glasses from the cinema and after converting could see no difference anybody know what I did wrong? please comment

Reply   |   Comment by Richard  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

Hey! #23 Giovanni!

In what world is this title free?


The program is sold for $45. There is a free one available, but you'll have to pay the piper to get rid of the traveling watermark.

I must admit, though, the demo movie on the website is pretty interesting...

Reply   |   Comment by Robert  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)

I downloaded the program, installed it, filled out the required info but received no key. I emailed the company twice but no answer. Guess I'll just uninstall it. Thanks anyhow.

Reply   |   Comment by Arnie  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

J. Hargreave, you CAN create 3D images from a single image! I've been doing it for some time. One of the many images I've converted is here: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=341176132619886&set=p.341176132619886&type=1 It may not be TRUE 3D but it's pretty damn good, if I say so myself!

Reply   |   Comment by FredLL1950  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-5)


There are any number of ways to generate convincing 3D effects from 2D images, especially easy is generating 3D effects from VIDEO which generally involves CHANGES from frame to frame. Any motion AT ALL exposes difference in "foreground" and "background" - motion of a subject or motion of the camera.

And as far as 2D to 3D images, there are DOZENS of ways to generate convincing effects. The best (and simplest) I've seen in the last few years is the brainchild of a college student:


The upshot? Please don't pontificate on "limitations" or "physics" or any other explanation for WHY a software CANNOT POSSIBLY DO WHAT IT CLAIMS to do. All you do is expose your ignorance and annoy those of us who know that "impossible" simply takes a little longer to achieve than "difficult". :-)

Reply   |   Comment by MarkB  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)

When I get the registration email, I clicked on the link only to be shown the following...

There were some errors whilst checking your email address.

-The confirm link you have clicked is invalid. You may have already confirmed your subscription.

Reply   |   Comment by WhoDoctorK9  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

When these software makers can create the "Holideck" that you see on the Starship Enterprise, THEN I will download their free giveaway and try out!

Reply   |   Comment by Tommy Tutone  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-14)

I couldn't find the 3D glasses to download ANYWHERE!


Reply   |   Comment by promytius  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+13)

The alleged 3-D effect is strictly "placebo" aka Emperor's New Clothes.

Reply   |   Comment by ruf  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Hey - No doubt that calling this 3D is road apples!

Stereoscopic vision is physics that can not be changed by software without that other off-center lens.

But, you have to admit this software has a neat "3D-like" effect used with the right hardware and glasses. I tried it just for laughs and it's OK as long as you know what it is. Maybe Engelmann can change the name to "MakeMeNeat 3D Effect" and get past this (correct) criticism.

Reply   |   Comment by Morgan  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

True 3-D experience involves each eye seeing a slightly different image. Cameras with even single lenses can produce true 3-D photos with mirrored lens attachments in both "still" and "video". To view in 3-D the easiest is to buy rather inexpensive viewers. But if one trains their eyes to see "cross-eyed", a single top quality merged scene has the quality of either single picture. If one does a web search for 3-D Photography there is considerable material and even videos to view in 3-D, but check out the "crossed eye" technique if you are serious. But today's offering is about 3-D effects, not stereo-photography. It is in its own class and serves to give what can be a pleasing and interesting effect.

There are free programs out there, as well as many glasses and viewers. One way to see motion 3-D is to use a grey lens on just one eye, and after both eyes adjust, normal TV or videos that are panning horizontally or objects moving across the screen can appear in an almost accurate but discernable different dimension. For those of you that might enjoy 3-D as a personal hobby or interest, today's freebee is a good way to start, but like most presented here, not for everyone. For the "crossed eye" effect see: http://www.neilcreek.com/2008/03/21/how-to-take-3d-photos/. For a different "side by side" eye effect, see: http://gizmodo.com/5715632/35-phenomenal-photosin-3d. For both see: http://www.stereomaker.net/sample/index.html

Reply   |   Comment by RMacD  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)

I just wanted to throw in some tech stuff here regarding today's GOTD

At the moment the facts with stereoscopic images or films is, there is no silver/bullet to achieve the needed 99 percent of our vision of the human eye.

The problem is this, today stereoscopic renderings use an aproximation value, that is from the film directors vision what's important to him to show is then used in the film - that's OK with me. But the human eye is force-fed that film sequence in stereoscopic format, but not everyone may want to look at a specific image sequence in the way the film director does.

So, in a nutshell, scenario:

a car gets blown by a bomb, the entire focal point of the stereo cam is set without mercy to the car, ignoring the background.
What happens is, as every eye is different, when forcing yourself to look at the background instead of the car it will give the appearance of a visible layer effect (as if images are stacked behind and in front of the attraction).
Right now there is no stereo device capable of "sensing" what we look at and adjusting the entire movie to our vision. That would involve making a stereo film with all possible eye focal points.... you get the idea that this would be INSANE to make such a movie.
The only way to get this done is with realtime 3D and steroscopic devices that are directly attached to the human eye. A laser would take control over eye movement and is adjusting in realtime the data to the current focal point of the human eye.

So, imagine how to achive this effect from a single camera lens.
I think I proof my point here that today's GOTD is a joke playing on the naive and grabbing their money. Yes, today this is "FREE"....

have a nice day

Reply   |   Comment by J. Hargreave  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

This 3D software is still very much at its infancy level. I shall wait come one day when the difference between 2D & 3D in a software makes a clear-cut striking contrast for the better.

Reply   |   Comment by medstudz  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-10)

Worked fine for me, wrote to the makers because the email said I had error and they fixed it 10 seconds later. Played with program and it works fine thanks guys. Now off to tweak some pornfilms hee hee hee.

Reply   |   Comment by Nomadss1  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-6)

Why not add the needed .net framework v3.5 in the requirements?

Reply   |   Comment by Helpme  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+11)

Hey people, GAOTD is suppposed to be a positive experience. All this arguing back and forth is bumming out the whole experience.

This product is a "fun" product. No serious 3D Video person is going to use this product to create their videos. They'll spend the $ or euros to buy quality gear to do the job.

If you have a "serious" suggestion on how this product can be improved, let's hear it. If not: just download it and enjoy it (have fun) or don't download it and go away and do something else you might enjoy.

Life's too short people. Spend your time positively.

Advise from a 67 year old guy that has had a blast.


Reply   |   Comment by Marty  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+26)

Well, two hours and no code in the email yet; but the upside is, there is 17 hours 40 minutes for them to get caught up!

Reply   |   Comment by George  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

For those bleating that you cannot create 3D from a 2D image - that isn't completely accurate. It will not be perfect but by analysing what is in focus, what is foreground and background etc. you can simulate 3D. Have you seen the 3D LG televisions which can convert normal 2D channels to a pseudo 3D picture? They work surprisingly well in real-time considering the original video has no 3D information transmitted with it apart from what is in the picture. I am not saying this software works that way but it shows that 2D to 3D can be simulated from a single camera with some clever maths ;-)

Reply   |   Comment by Frankz  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+11)

An explanation for the skeptics:

As the title suggests, this is for MOVIES, not photos. It works best as, in their own web page's videos demonstrate, the camera is recording while moving mostly sideways. If you have a pair of colored glasses (3D "anaglyph") you can experience samples on their other MakeMe3D website:


(I wonder why they did not link to this site in the info box above?)

This can include sweeping the camcorder in a large circle so that the software can analyze and "pick up" appropriate left-and-right eye positions to recreate a convincing/valid 3D image. You can also move in a straight line while filming to the side (most optimal result).

As a kid I used to do this experimentally 30+ years ago with two copies of one movie film taken from the windows of smoothly-moving cars, trains, airplanes, etc., with one of two movie projectors set a few frames back from the other for playback at home (at the time, very tough to get working right!); and projecting through colored filters (and later polarized filters), while wearing matching glasses, just like the audiences in those 50's monster movie theaters.

I now wish I could have capitalized on those polarized filter experiments better at the time, maybe I'd be rich now... James Cameron, are you listening?...

Anyway, this is what the software automatically does for you: by analyzing which collection of pixels moving slowly left-to-right (or vice versa, or perhaps not at all) in the scene representing far-away objects (as we perceive them) are determined to belong towards the background, and which faster-moving clumps of pixels are determined to belong to closer objects towards the foreground. It then reassigns those collections of pixels from the original 2D movie frames to the appropriate left or right image thus creating separate left-right eye points-of-view for 3D playback on your display screen.

You'll notice in their "Cowboy" video example that the opposite is true: the background is moving rapidly as the camera tracks the horse riders. In that event, my above explanation would put the riders far away, but it is easily corrected by simply reversing/swapping left-right eye images in software (or by trading eye filters from one side to the other, but that would be tedious in a mixed-scene movie!)

Once you have created a digital 3D movie (from a 2D movie) you can, of course, isolate a single pair of left-right images from a "frame" of that movie for a 3D photo (as I used to do from two frames separated by several inches along my reel of movie film). I do not yet know whether MakeMe3D easily performs this option.

(Come to think of it, perhaps this explains why an increasing number of recent Hollywood movies and animated feature-length cartoons always seem to have a "sweeping" camera motion in most scenes: with an eye toward releasing a future synthesized-3D edition. It seems rare, any more, for a feature film to have a camera simply held still while the action takes place. And all along I thought the director/cameraman simply couldn't hold still!... my 2 cents...)

Reply   |   Comment by harpo2448  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+19)

How do we register, I went to the site but there is no where to register my code #....Thank you in advance for your answer.

Reply   |   Comment by Marsha  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-8)

@ 10 Fingerlakes Dave

You are missing the point here.
The installation process is deceiving and intentionally obscured.
Thank You very much.
Such methods exist, and they should not be allowed in promotional
or fully commercial software.

@ 19 Rob

I have to agree with Rob.
Well said.

@ 20 Lee

I am in the 3D animation industry since 1998. I hold a Autodesk certfied Professional Qualification for 3ds max and AutoCAD 2011.
I also have worked with film makers that produce 3D films and video games.
That is, I know the subject very well what's involved making 3D animations
and how to make stereoscopic renderings or films.
Thank You

Emgelmann, shame on you for offering this stuff.
All thumbs down

Reply   |   Comment by J. Hargreave  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+25)

I really wanted to try this but the registration process doesn't work. I never get an email and it is *not* in the spam box! I get no notification that it didn't work, just no love from the company at all. :(

Reply   |   Comment by Sam  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

3D or not 3D?

I just read descriptions on their homepage and it seems that "converting" videos they get additonal 3D information from movements. You know, nearer objects move faster than background.

Reply   |   Comment by HaveFun24  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-9)

I meant to say the really useful programs (or perhaps not)

Reply   |   Comment by Joy  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-7)

I visit this site every day, I loved it at first. Loved the scrapbook, dvd rip, and photo programs. (or perhaps not) But only so many photo/video programs can be useful. I'd like to see something really useful to an everyday person.

Reply   |   Comment by Joy  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

to #16

Fuji W3 (and W1) are digicams with two lens for real 3D photo and video, no longer available because too few people bought them.
I own a W3 and 3D is fully automatic, but also two shots one after the other, e.g. in airplanes, are available.

There is a Panasonic cam too, but lens with less distance, so 3D is inferior.

This program is for fun and will perhaps motivate some additional people to buy next issue of a real 3D cam!

Reply   |   Comment by HaveFun24  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

Well...I'm not a big fan of 3D videos/movies, but this nice app does exactly the same things as today's giveaway for FREE, not to mention that, unlike any program given away here, it's of course always UPDATABLE.... so why pay 40 bucks??

Judge for yourself!!


My 2 cents...

Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+24)

Thanks to Revo Uninstaller! First installation of MakeMe3D asked to disable antivirus software. Nice! (No thanks!) Second was the error message during registration. Was it connected? Anyway thanks to Revo Uninstaller (Free). By the way Svend Ö, what did you say about 75%? I could find non of this on the Facebook. OK guys, have fun!

Reply   |   Comment by Va Led  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-9)

An error has occurred...

We are very sorry but an error has occurred, which can have several reasons:

Have you already registered with us? If for example you want to get free-of-charge software from us, you can only register once per software.

Some special characters in your E-mail address may be problematic. If you contact us we will enter it manually.

If you want to unsubscribe: Did you click twice on the same link?

If you are not sure please feel free to contact us. Thank you very much in advance!

Your team of
Engelmann Media GmbH

This is not right, last register software is Videomizer2 and Make3D are complete different software

Reply   |   Comment by Jeffb  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

To #12, J. Hargreave: 'Real' 3D images (and sequences) would mimick the way the viewer's eyes constantly move and focus, to the point that each individual viewer gets their OWN view of the same image/sequence at the same time (it would also have to take account of viewing angles, the difference(s) in lighting, peripheral vision, the health of the viewer's eyesight and who-knows-what-else)...

That may be "the only way to fly", but I doubt we'll see any real, commercially-viable (let alone successful) system before our great-grand-children are too old to really enjoy it.

Whilst I don't disagree with the facts of your 3rd paragraph, what's the alternative? If such software (and the technology that allows it to be used) isn't available, then no-one's going to have any reason to create the next generations, to inspire their descendants to create the next generations, to inspire their descendants...

This GOTD is NOT a joke - nor is it costing you money, as it is FREE.

Reply   |   Comment by Lee  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

This software is an example of something happening in which many people here have now indicated as a problem. Let's forget for a second that most of us would prefer not to give our real email, and that the charade of creating a fake email to get GAOTD deals is not a positive experience.

I personally prefer the email registration process - and I've said so several times with those great companies who come here and give you a key that is an actual registration key, not a free install key with immediate expiry.

I will be posting when I see a publisher use this auto-unregistering mechanic with the email registration process.

I'm just trying to be helpful and *MY* machine is fine, thank you.

I have been a responsible contributor for years - we provide suggestions, alternatives, and opinions of the product - just an FYI: saying "take responsibility for your own life" is a personal attack.

Good day

Reply   |   Comment by Rob  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+29)

As I suspect there'll be some that can't find it, the 'Auto-Update' option is in the little cog's/settings window (top-left of the main screen), and almost top-centre of that window. Just un-tick the box to make sure it doesn't check, and lose you your free version.

If you have software such as cnet's Tech Tracker or GOTD's Software Informer, you'll want to make it ignore any updates, too.

To #11, Jim Britt: I'd suspect you're destined to be a very old (and/or dead) man before "they come out with true holodecks" - pass up your chance to star on "Grumpy Old Men", and just make the best of what's available NOW...;-$

Reply   |   Comment by Lee  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+16)

When try registration, after push Send button I get this:
"An error has occurred" and no code.

How can I get a registration code????

Reply   |   Comment by Mykee  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Real 3D image sequences need two cameras for recording.
An overlay technique then will merge the two sequences into a 3D encoded format.

That's the only way to fly.

Today's GOTD is a software that does NOT convert normal film into 3D. In fact there is no software in the world that can do that. Because technically it is impossible to convert standard 2D from one camera into 3D.

This GOTD is a joke... and that joke costing money.
No need for this.

Reply   |   Comment by J. Hargreave  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+26)

I agree with #11 that this has nothing to do with 3D and is just a gimmick. You can't turn flat photos into 3D photos with a little math. You also need the missing data, such as what to you see BEHIND the foreground object when the camera shifts position a little. (This is how animals with more than one eye achieve depth perception after all.) So at least be honest in the description of your software, guys. Don't make claims that show you don't understand the basic physics of the world we live in.

Reply   |   Comment by Dean Hannotte  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+27)
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Classic 2048 game enhanced with AI Solver!
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Castle Defender Premium: Hero Idle Defense TD Giveaway
Become a leader and idle defender your warriors from the invading monsters.
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Scorekeeper Upgrade Giveaway
Scorekeeper Upgrade.
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Broken Words PRO Giveaway
Broken Words PRO is a new word search puzzle game that will test and train your knowledge of English words.
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Boom Land Giveaway
You've got several types of bombs to demolish a variety of buildings.
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Word Search Challenge PRO Giveaway
Do you like word search and guessing games?
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