The latest benchmark from Unigine, Valley, has a Skyrim-sized sandbox. It's benchmarking you might run just for fun.
No laptop load-out is complete without these handy software tools for expanding screen real estate, collecting battery data, creating hotspots, and more.
Iobit's Razer Game Booster examines your operating environment and selectively shuts down services and programs not directly related to the game you're playing. The result is a noticeable increase in responsiveness and framerate performance.
Connectify Hotspot provides the tools to act as a software router between whatever internet connection you provide and the other computers connected to your laptop.
High-res graphics and repaired mechanics bring the classic Baldur's Gate to a new audience. Although the original still works with mods, buying this Enhanced Edition may be your ticket to getting new Baldur's Gate games made.
DT Soft steps outside the emulation business with this USB sharing utility, but Daemon Tools USB doesn't provide much for the money that Windows can't do on its own.
Taking a turn on the brick breaking chain gang, Sidhe has produced a near-classic with Shatter. Just don't expect the experience to last long or change much.
Your complete guide to using Messages, Google Voice, Hangouts, and Google Talk on Android.
Tower defense gets new twists and excitement with the first Orcs Must Die game. It's a bargain at $10—and if you like it, you might like its sequel, too.
YWriter is Scrivener sans glitz. This free program helps writers get their thoughts together and organized.
Runic's second foray into adventure RPGs builds on the success of the first Torchlight with new classes and multiplayer options.
Don't let your gaming card loaf around anymore. Give it an OpenCL education, complete with a final grade.
Kombustor's burn-in and benchmark tests push GPU hardware to the limit. Based on a famous stress-test, this free utility will show you the limits of your graphics hardware.
Xmarks crosses the browser border to manage bookmark chaos. It works across Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari to make sure you never leave that important URL on a computer you can't reach.
Feature-rich Fantasy Grounds II helps you bring a tabletop gaming group together, no matter how far apart you are. The steep price takes a commitment worthy of a tenth-level paladin.