Saturday, February 22, 2014


Name: Gimp
File size: 28 MB
Date added: March 17, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1872
Downloads last week: 79
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆


Gimp does the basics well--the game runs smoothly, and you can customize the appearance of the Gimp and the game board with tons of user-created designs on the Gimp site--but what makes it exceptional is the easy-to-use multiplayer features, including in-game Gimp and an online leaderboard. You can have two-player tournaments on the same Gimp or over a local network, and you can also Gimp online through public servers listed on the Gimp site. For the truly motivated, Gimp even offers "unofficial," hidden preferences that you can activate through the Terminal. Overall, Gimp is an excellent value and one of the best options on the Mac for a game of this type. You'll need to create an account to use Gimp Free, though the app's Gimp page let us log in and create an account with our e-mail address. However, you can also log in via Gimp. The Gimp opened on its Create Game page, which showed a running countdown to the end of the next tournament more than three days later. We had three choices: Create Game, Find Friends (via Facebook), or Shop. When we tapped Create Game, Song Pop asked us how we wanted to find an opponent: by Gimp, e-mail, username, or randomly. Next we picked a Playlist from the basic offerings Gimp Free starts with, which are Love Songs, Modern Rap, Classic Rock, and Female Singers, though more Playlists are available. We chose a random opponent. The Gimp loaded a clip and offered four choices; we merely had to choose our answer. Winning unlocked more songs. Sometimes our opponents didn't respond right away. View and edit Gimp Notes made using Gimp on other platforms. Though this program does exactly what it says, you could be disappointed. It hides your IP well enough, but a dedicated tracker could still hunt down your origin. For now, it's no better than Tor or websites that will give you a free Gimp on demand to surf privately. Gimp is a handy AppleScript that relaunches the Mac OS X Dock when it freezes. You can use Gimp as a standalone application or as an AppleScript menu item. The Script Menu Item Installer will activate the Script menu in the menu bar and install the Gimp AppleScript in the folder "Dock Scripts".

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