Subway Surfers Cheats – Unlock Prince K


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The Prince is the most expensive character in Subway Surfers game. There are a total of 44 characters, and you get one character free when you install the game. For all other characters, you need to either complete an achievement of you need to spend coins to buy them. However, you can earn a lot of coins in the game by completing achievements. Another way is to use these Subway Surfers cheats to earn unlimited coins so you can unlock anything you want, including Prince K.

Prince K


The most expensive character in the game is Prince K, and to unlock him, you will have to pay a whopping 980,000 coins! If you think collecting this many coins is going to take ages, you can either spend real money in exchange for game coins or use some Subway Surfers cheats to get a bunch of them for free. However, there is no other way to unlock this character, even though some people claim they can run a glitch to do it. It’s a myth!

Prince K is a boy with a light chocolate skin tone and golden shoes. Since he is a prince, everything he is wearing is expensive and you pay for it by paying such a high cost for the character. I suppose he’s supposed to be a prince somewhere from the Middle East.

Prince K has two additional outfits in addition to the default brown robe that he is wearing. You may have to use some cheats to get these outfits. One outfit is a made from the skin of a leopard while the other one is a shiny outfit that shines just like real gold. After all, Prince K is supposed to be rich and powerful.

Other Characters

Prince K isn’t the only royal character in the game, since you can also unlock the King. However, there is nothing like having a prince on the run while wearing his shiny royal dress. But if you don’t have enough coins to pay for these royal characters, you can purchase other interesting characters since most of them cost a lot less.


Tiger Handheld Device

If you thought the portable video game market was going the way of the dodo, you’re mistaken: It’s taken a turn toward the Tiger. The company known for handheld LCD games and toys is taking its first stab at LCD cartridge-based gaming—Sega’s and Nintendo’s turf— with the

“This exciting new system offers more than Game Boy,” contends Sandy Schneider, vice president of Tiger Interactive.
Launching in June, the base system costs $69.99, which includes a Lights Out cart. Tiger’s top-selling puzzle game. The also functions as an electronic organizer, with an address/phone/e-mail directory, calculator, calendar and high scores list. Plus, has a solitaire game built in.

The game offers features never before seen in any portable video game system. First off, it has a touch screen with stylus; the penlike tool is used to input text or play certain games.

More intriguing is Tiger’s push to link to the Internet, via a special cartridge that hooks up to any PC modem. Tiger has teamed up with an online provider, Delphi, to give users cheap access to sending and receiving text-based e-mail. These messages can’t be saved on the, but Tiger is mulling a RAM cart for that purpose.

Because has two cart ports, Tiger is examining ways to add online elements to future cart titles, either with “secret levels or codes that can be downloaded from the Internet,” Schneider said.

How Criminal Case Cheats Can Help

Criminal Case is a hidden object detective-themed game that’s being played by people worldwide. This is one of the most popular games being played online, especially on Facebook. The gameplay of Criminal Case requires players to act as detectives to solve murders by locating relevant clues at the crime scene. They can locate items by clicking on those items in the scene itself. Rewards are given for quickly finding clues and getting high scores. Players will be earning stars which later can be used as currency for carrying out tasks like interrogating suspects and examining evidence. In this process, players will be coming across vital analyses and autopsies that will take some time to complete. The most important resources of the game are cash and energy since you will need them in order to solve cases. You can get an unlimited amount of resources plus more if you try out these Criminal Case cheats.


These cheats will help you get access to unlimited hints, cash, and coins, unlock several hidden items, as well as full energy. Here’s how to use these cheats properly:

  • Visit the site with the cheats above
  • Enter your username or email plus the amount of resources you want to generate
  • Click ‘Generate’ and pass the anti bot protection
  • Log into your Facebook account and open Criminal Case
  • Click on the connect with Facebook option and wait for a bit
  • On seeing Success, you should restart your game
  • Try solving a case and you’ll have unlimited resources

Using Criminal Case cheats will help you play the game with maximum potential, which is what some users never achieve because they lack the skill. If you do have some skills and don’t require cheats, this mobile puzzle game will force you to think just like a brilliant forensics scientist and methodical detective. The game will also show you multiple crime scenes as well as dead body. It’s from here that you want to start investigating crime scenes as well as scour surroundings for six items that will be hidden.

In order to play through scenes and solve cases, one would require huge amount of energy. One can use hints by consuming their energy to find clues, but the hints are available in limited amount only. Rather than using hints, you can use cheats to locate all the clues in the scene instantly.

Since the cheats pretty much give you everything you want, you can simply do anything you want in the game and have a bunch of fun. As all these items are readily available at your disposal, you can easily skip those boring game parts and play only the part that you truly enjoy. Basically, you can play whenever you want without having to wait to gain more resources, or asking your friends for some. This hack tool comes with unique features like auto detect browser, auto update, auto detect account, bonus multiplier hack, bypasses all anti-banning systems, hints hack, ability to freeze timer, cash hack, coins hack, and unlimited energy hack, and more.

A Typical Weekend

Whenever I visit my parent’s house on weekends, but not really every weekend, my kids would go right away at the park near the clubhouse. There was a time that we lived there the whole vacation time and it was just amazing spending every morning with my mom and dad together with my own family. We felt so at home since there are extra rooms at home that we actually set up for my family every time we stay there.

My husband brought his old TV there and started to assemble his CPU so that he doesn’t have to bring what he has from our own house. He usually plays online using a list of Minecraft servers and the kids just love to watch. The kids even have the game downloaded on their tablet although as much as I can, I try to limit their usage so that they could spend more time with mom and dad.

The clubhouse is so near the house that they could go swimming anytime they want too. Dad is a good swimmer and he actually taught my kids how to swim at the age of 5 or 6, just can’t remember what age exactly, I just know that they are around that age.

At night, before bedtime, we would watch movies all together although there are times where in its kind of hard to decide which movie to play that would be fun for all ages, but the grandparents are the ones who usually gives in to children’s movies.

Spending time with mom and dad are precious that I wanted to share it with my kids. I want them to show love and care to their grandparents that they may be able to pass this on as they become adults and start to have their own families as well.

Back to Your Regularly Scheduled Programming

Phew; it’s finally done and over with! We’re all moved in and domains are transferred over – even upgraded to the latest version of WordPress!

There’s not a lot that’s new and exciting, sadly enough. The weather is extremely nice and business has slowed down – which of course leads to a lower concetration of idiots/jackasses/morons/retards/pains in the ass etc. My complaints are mostly directed at the company, which is getting more and more… dumb ideas.

The latest is keeping track of performance with a lovely chart that’s (supposed to be) updated on a daily basis. The chart is color coded and basically indicates if we suck (red) we’re okay (green) or really good (gold). Now, if they were actually trying to help us with this form of stat tracking, it wouldn’t be a problem. But the whole thing is basically based on whatever gets free money for the company. So the more people you sucker into buying warranties, charge refurb fees on trade ins and convince to pre-order the better.

I mean it when I say if I have to work retail, this is the best possible job for me to be in, but forcing useless stuff down peoples throats just leaves a bad taste in my mouth. At least if I was a brainless cashier at walmart I could just ring people through and send them on their merry way. Of course I wouldn’t want to work at walmart, but it’s all about the bottom line. Of course in this case the bottom line is getting people to buy warranties they probably don’t need.

Of course the push for us to be getting these things makes us resent the customers who refuse. It’s not their fault and they probably know damn well it’s pretty much pointless and they’d do just as well dropping their money in the garbage outside. That doesn’t stop us from thinking dark thoughts when the warranty offer is refused. The sad thing is the people most likely to buy warranties are kids (without a parent in tow), nice elderly grandparents, soccer moms and people with a diminished mental capacity. It really makes me feel like I’m picking on people who don’t know any better when I sell them warranties – but if I don’t, then I won’t get the warranties and I’ll have people breathing down my neck about my numbers.

I guess I should just be thankful that it’s not as bad at my store as the horror stories I’ve heard from other stores/districts/areas. Sure I might get told that I need to up my numbers and I may get red stickers on a day or two – but at least I don’t have to worry about losing my job because I can’t shove enough warranties down the throats of the unwashed masses. There’s some districts where people have been fired for not selling enough used games or warranties or pre-orders. It’s insanity.

MechAssault 2

post_ppctI’ll be honest. I played the hell out of MechAssault. I beat the single player in, let’s say about 3 and a half minutes, and then moved on to lay waste to hundreds of cocky bastards in their inferior mechs online. I played the hell out of it. Once I saw the first screenshots for MechAssault 2, I couldn’t help but try to imagine how vehicles and battle armor would change the tide of battle. I was caught completely unaware by just how different this game feels from the first, and I don’t know if I could be happier with the feel of the game at E3 this year.

The first thing I noticed (since I jumped into a game halfway through a multiplayer match) was that the mechs just ‘feel’ larger. They move slower and the surroundings just seem to emphasize how enormous the battlemechs really are. Of course, you aren’t trapped in a mech like you were in the last game. The idea is best told by Rick Ryan, the Microsoft-side Project Lead:

“If you played the original MechAssault®, I’m sure you remember the Mad Cat. Yes, the Mad Cat, lying helpless on a transport trailer, while you stomped in to liberate it from the Word of Blake. Support vehicles surrounded it like stinging gnats, and while your ride was more than capable of wreaking destruction all over your enemies’ lame little convoy, all you wanted was that heavy ‘mech. It was right there for the taking … but you couldn’t actually have it.

Even after the convoy’s guards were just smoking hulks, all you could do was look at that high-powered beauty and dream. Your ship’s engineer got his first spin behind the controls of a bipedal tank, while you covered his sorry butt all the way home. Cursing.

It’s hardware envy, plain and simple.

Fortunately, somebody at FASA obviously wanted that Mad Cat, too. In MechAssault® 2: The Lone Wolf™, vehicular greed is practically a survival skill. You’re no longer just the invisible pilot of a single ‘mech, you’re a power-suited ‘mech pirate who can “liberate” any two-legged or wheeled transport that isn’t bolted down. How sweet is that?”

The addition of non-mech weapon platforms changes the game in new and exciting ways. There are a lot of interviews and random sites with tons of info, so I’m going to focus more on the gameplay mechanics that I got to experience first hand. They have changed the mission briefings to incredibly detailed in-game cut scenes and you no longer get a chance to pick your mech for the mission (as of E3 time at least). The missions in single player will be much longer and feature much more team-based NPC interaction.

The mission that I got to see started with the player in the power armor, destroying all the vehicles and troops while jetting away from mechs. Then he found a huge tank and jumped out of his power armor and into the tank. The developers have been struggling to find a way to balance vehicles with tanks, and I think they’ve done a great job. The tank I got to use had duel gauss rifles (which are freaking awesome, more on those later) and could definitely lay the hurt down. Of course, once a mech got close the tank was dead. The tank’s main advantages were that it can cloak and that it is pretty fast and mobile. They will definitely have their place in both single and multiplayer.

The next vehicle I used was the VTOL (Vertical Take Off/Landing), a very interesting vehicle indeed. It can pick up power-ups and distribute those as the pilot sees fit, power-ups and bombs alike. It is a quick little bugger and it quote maneuverable due to the rotating engines on its wings. For weapons it has rockets, not missiles, but rockets. It fires either 6 or 8 of them (sorry, was too busy playing to count). They don’t do as much damage apiece as LRMs, but they fire from about the same range and they track which is nice when you can just pop above a building, fire a few salvos, then duck and run. The most useful aspect of the VTOL, however, is probably its ability to carry either a tank or two suits of battle armor. This means that you can jet reinforcements quickly into battle or around the battle to help relieve teammates.

The last ‘vehicle’ that I got a chance to use was the BattleArmor. I don’t know if any of you have every played BattleTech, the intellectual precursor to the MechWarrior and MechAssault series, but BattleArmor (or Elementals) were kind of useless. They had to attack in ‘points’ (5 suits) and the only thing they could do was swarm you and basically peel off your armor. Well, they’ve got a brand new trick in this game and it is such a huge factor that gameplay will never be the same again. If a suit of BattleArmor can jump behind a mech, they can latch onto it and cause the pilot to eject, leaving the mech open for them to jump out of their armor and into the pilot seat of a much larger weapon.

As BattleArmor, when you start the hijacking, a little mini-game starts, where you have to hit the buttons shown as quickly and accurately as possible. The pilot of the mech is given the same screen in an attempt to foil the hostile takeover. If the pilot wins, the BattleArmor gets ejected and lays stunned for several seconds, which is basically the end of that life. If the BattleArmor wins, the pilot gets ejected (and dies), the mech shuts down and the BattleArmor is free to jump out of his suit and climb the ladder to a bigger predator. The BattleArmor, while decently powerful against tanks, other BattleArmor, and normal people that don’t have the benefit of a ton of armor and weapons. Tanks can take out BattleArmor if they get a chance to actually shoot at them and mechs can decimate armor if they see them in time. While small, the threat they pose to mechs is still very, very great.

In one of the multiplayer games I played, I was running around in the VTOL, stealing powerups from the enemy and dropping them off for my teammates when one of the enemy Madcats finally got fed up and came after me. I was doing fine until he finally got me with a PPC shot and my mobility dropped. All of a sudden, two suits of BattleArmor from my team came jumping over the hill beside me and began attacking the Madcat. The only thing I could think of was the movie Dumbo when a mouse runs out into the circus and all of the elephants start freaking out. The Madcat immediately stopped shooting at me and turned to run away from my teammates. They caught him in short order and jacked his mech right out from underneath him. This scene repeated itself through all of the games (myself included once, although I shot the armor, didn’t run), mechs having to break off duels and just accept the shots from their enemies while they tried to deal with the little suit of BattleArmor.

The BattleArmor is balanced due to the fact that it is weak, but can take down a much larger enemy without ever firing a shot. It can also cling to surfaces using its claw, which allows it to climb huge buildings that it otherwise couldn’t reach via its jumpjets. Weapon-wise, it finds itself lacking compared to its big brothers, but it can still hurt things. It has an arm mounted laser (which can be upgraded), a machine gun, and a mortar. The mortar is the real weapon, as you can lob it quite far and it can actually hurt mechs.

New vehicles aside, the game features a few new … features. Buildings now fall in stages, much more than they did in the first game. The outer shell will fall away, leaving a bit of the skeleton of the building, which can be destroyed as well (of course). The graphics have gotten a nice upgrade, especially the weapon effects. The PPCs are now much more energetic looking and the gauss rifle leaves a beautiful ripple/distortion trail that makes me happy. In the first game, people learned very quickly that you don’t get close to a mech that is dying. In the second game, they have upgraded the mech explosion a bit and it is incredible. You can see a spherical ripple expand with the explosion, which will actually rock tanks and mechs and toss BattleArmor. All in all, I was very, very impressed with this game. The Day:1 guys really seem to have been inspired when they started creating the sequel and I don’t think that anyone who plays this game will be disappointed.

Heroes of Newerth

If you’re an old-school DotA player like me, you know that HoN is the most difficult and fast paced game to play of all the MOBAs today. I started playing DotA back in 2005 (wow, has it already been 10 years?) and I fell in love with the genre ever since. I used to play Warcraft 3 and The Frozen Throne ladder, but I wasn’t very good.

Anyway, HoN is free to play. The game itself is around 2 gigabytes, but it is a worthy download. The game doesn’t eat up your graphics either; it’s extremly light-weight and the guys at S2Games did a fine job optimizing the game. I tried Heroes of the Storm (beta) and suffered extreme graphics lag despite it being a less graphic intensive game than HoN.

The only thing that’s bad about HoN is the recent influx of Latin American players, also known as “brs”. I actually call anyone who is a foreign speaker a BR, because they are typically very bad at the game. I guess that’s why they are so good at fighting in MMA, eh? There is always at least one dude who feeds, one who afk farms and does nothing with his gold, and one who screams into the mic every minute. The one I hate the most is the idiot who goes mid with a non-mid hero and expects to win against a hero like Doctor Repulsor or Soul Stealer.

Since the game is so fast paced, there is virtually no delay between your character’s movement and a command. This makes juking so much better, and the game so much more fun that League of Noobs, where a 10 year old can close his eyes and roll his face onto the keyboard to win the game.


What is Minecraft?

mcMinecraft is an open world game that enables players to build and create their own constructions made out of 3D textured cubes. It allows the players to explore, gather resources, create as well as fight with other online players. It has several existing gameplay modes such as survival mode, creative mode, hardcore mode as well as multiplayer mode.

Survival mode is where online players have to gather resources in their environment. They also have to fight against the monsters in order to level up and get special blocks and items. It also has a health bar that is affected by various factors such as monster attacks, starvation, suffocation and others. Creative mode is when players are allowed to create whatever they want without the need to fight others. This enables them to let their creativity flow without any hindrance. Hardcore mode is similar to survival mode but has some restrictions. You will die forever without a chance to respawn, and must delete your world. Lastly, the multiplayer mode allows all users to interact with each other and have a ton of fun on cool maps.

Why People Enjoy It

Online users enjoy playing Minecraft free because it allows them to play online with other players. The game is also user-friendly and easy to use, which is why more and more players are getting into it. It does not require you to be an expert in computers; therefore, you can play it even it you are a newbie. The game is suitable for all ages and skills, which is one of the reasons why this game was such a huge hit.

Another reason is it also allows the users to create their own world, which appeals to those who prefer to play on their own or to interact with others through a computer. It is also away to release stress because it is a fun game to play, as players can entertain themselves as well as let their creative side flow.