Most up to date Ultimate Minecraft Secrets out there! Ready to harness the unknown Minecraft secrets, tips and cheats? Look no further, this guide reveals that information and much more. Become the best Minecraft player possible through this easy-to-read layout for clear understanding of each secret. This guide contains: *Many unknown secrets that aren’t anywhere else *Vivid pictures to visualize each secret, tip or hack *Information that will transform your Minecraft play Have a look for yourself and if you don’t agree send it back.
Minecraft Secrets & Cheats Vol.2, 2016
English | 148 pages | True PDF | 34 MB
Want to build a stronger, leaner body? There’s no need to spend hours in the gym every week. With these straightforward workouts, you can burn fat and build muscle without even leaving the house. Whether you’ve got home gym kit or not, you can follow one of our 12-week plans and get in amazing shape.
Men’s Fitness – Weeknight Workouts 2016
English | 180 pages | PDF | 34,20 MB
Since its origins as Service Games in the 1940s, Sega has been one of the most influential players in gaming history. From arcades filled with sit-down cabs, market-dominating consoles, an iconic mascot in Sonic the Hedgehog and everything in-between, Sega has certainly had its ups and downs. Sega brought so many new things to the gaming world, including downloadable games way back in 1994 and a motion sensing controller called the Sega Activator. The Mega Drive, know as the Genesis in North America, sold a staggering 30 million units. But Sega’s hopes and dreams came crashing down around its ears with the Dreamcast’s disappointing launch in 1998. It marked the company’s final foray into home consoles and ushered in the era of third-party software development for other gaming platforms. With Sega Archives you can relive Sega’s colourful history, from early coin-op capers and the abandoning of the Master System’s first mascot, Alex Kidd, to the gamble and subsequent failure of the Mega-CD and Mega Drive 32X. We’ve scoured the Retro Gamer archives to bring you amazingly in-depth articles on some of Sega’s biggest games and franchises, as well as looking at the home consoles. It’s the perfect way to celebrate Sega’s timeless achievements.
Sega Archives 2016
English | 180 pages | PDF | 46,80 MB
Created by the same team who make SFX, the world’s number one genre magazine, comes the SFX Special Editions, focussing on the best in sci-fi, horror and fantasy. These in-depth guides to the best of sci-fi now comes every two months and tackles a single topic with the kind of detail monthly mags have difficulty finding space for. Bursting with features, guides and star interviews, previous editions have reviewed every Joss Whedon TV episode, gone behind the scenes on Lost, and analysed the vampire phenomenon.
The Complete SFX Guide to Ghostbusters 2016
English | 148 pages | True PDF | 32 MB
Everything you need to know about Pokémon Go, from the editors of PC Advisor and Macworld UK. How to play Pokémon GO – Essential tips and tricks: Find Gyms and catch rare Pokémon. New features coming to Pokémon GO, Pokémon GO Plus explained, and the beginner’s Guide to Pokémon GO. PLUS: win a battery pack so you can play Pokemon Go forever!
The Complete Guide to Pokémon Go 2016
English | 50 pages | PDF | 4 MB
Lick the icing on this cake: from the raunchy to the sensual, the 10th anniversary edition of The Best American Erotica includes the most esteemed and lascivious writers at work today. Dorothy Allison explores the wonderful, mysterious abilities of the human hand, Chuck Palahniuk opens the door on a carnal meeting in a church bathroom, Susanna Kaysen takes us inside that sensual moment before two lovers touch for the first time, and Zane’s corporate tigress plays mind games that make other office shenanigans look like mere games of Candyland. In candid Q&A’s the authors reveal that they are great-grandfathers, prostitutes with Ivy League diplomas, and former lunatic asylum attendants. Here, too, are the results of the readers’ survey. Straight, bisexual, or gay; dominant or submissive; kinky or just curious, you’re sure to be turned on by the steamiest Best American Erotica ever.
The Best American Erotica 2003
English | 372 Pages | PDF | 39,86 MB
How do you define a graphic novel? If you take the term in its literal sense, then you’re looking at single, selfcontained stories, rather than collected serials and ongoing comics. And that would discount most of your favourites. No Dark Knight Returns, no V For Vendetta (both originally serialised), no Love And Rockets (an ongoing title)… Clearly, we weren’t going to go down that route with this list. Instead, this is a selection of our 100 favourite graphic novels, ongoing comics, collected editions and individual volumes of larger series in all genres. It’s a broad slate of titles that we think are essential reading, from super-hero classics to the smartest indies. It’s a diverse list where each book has only one thing in common: they’re all really, really good. Are there gaps? Oh, for sure! There are way more than 100 great comics out there and we’ve tried not to lean too hard on specific creators (there’s more than a little Alan Moore and Grant Morrison here, but they both could have been far more dominant). But I hope you’ll find something cool and new that you want to try as well as a selection of your old favourites.
The 100 Greatest Graphic Novels Of All Time!
English | 112 pages | PDF | 43,39 MB
An extraordinary story of courage, valor, and dogged determination, the vivid account of how a few brave young pilots ensured lasting peace during World War II.
The Kamikaze Hunters 2016
In May 1945, with victory in Europe established, the war was all but over. But on the other side of the world, the Allies were still engaged in a bitter struggle to control the Pacific. And it was then that the Japanese unleashed a terrible new form of warfare: the suicide pilots, or Kamikaze.
ISBN: 1681771675 | 2016 | EPUB | 456 pages | 5.93 MB