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Temat: Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Deluxe

Wymagania:
GTA Vice City (bez modów)
Procesor 800 Mhz
Pamięć 128 MB Ram
Grafika 32 MB
915 MB wolnego miejsca na dysku twardym

W porównaniu do wersji podstawowej zmienia się prawie wszystko:

-mamy nowe, oryginalne pojazdy, z prawdziwymi nazwami
-pojawiają się nowe budynki np. skatepark, tor terenowy
-oryginalne firmy, np McDonald's, KFC
-nowe tekstury broni
-kilka nowych skinów
-zamienione niektóre tekstury (drogi)






Źródło: darkwarez.pl/forum/viewtopic.php?t=379



Temat: Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Deluxe

Wymagania:
GTA Vice City (bez modów)
Procesor 800 Mhz
Pamięć 128 MB Ram
Grafika 32 MB
915 MB wolnego miejsca na dysku twardym

W porównaniu do wersji podstawowej zmienia się prawie wszystko:

-mamy nowe, oryginalne pojazdy, z prawdziwymi nazwami
-pojawiają się nowe budynki np. skatepark, tor terenowy
-oryginalne firmy, np McDonald's, KFC
-nowe tekstury broni
-kilka nowych skinów
-zamienione niektóre tekstury (drogi)









przy 61 procentach wyskakuje blad

Źródło: darkwarez.pl/forum/viewtopic.php?t=379


Temat: Grand Theft Auto Vice City

Instructions:-
1)Extract the Files.
2)Add the files to skins folder in your Vice city folder.
3)Start the game,apply your fav. skin n' enjoy.



Password:vicy

Źródło: darkwarez.pl/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1337


Temat: Wyglad CJ'a San Andreas
bardziej specificznie mi chodzilo o to zeby zmienic wyglad postaci nie pod wzgledem ubrania itd. tylko np. zeby zmienic cj'a wyglad na tomiego z vice city...

jezeli ktos jeszcze moze pomudz to prosze o to o moge znalezc skiny dla tomiego z vice city a da cj'a z san andreas nie moge

Źródło: topranking.pl/945/wyglad,cj,a,san,andreas.php


Temat: gta 3
Hmm dodawanie samochodów do GTA3 trudno znaleźć ale można dodawać skiny i mieć Gta3 PL.Sprawdź

http://gta.b52.pl/zapowiedz.htm

Jesli jednak chodzi o dodawanie samochodow do Gta vice city.Sprawdź

http://gtasite.net/30,artykul,gta.html
Źródło: topranking.pl/902/57,gta,3.php


Temat: Jak się podmienia skiny do GTA VICE CITY
tak jak w temacie

Źródło: topranking.pl/924/jak,sie,podmienia,skiny,do,gta,vice,city.php


Temat: GTA VIce City
chce wersje z pierwszego odcinka (01 BTTF DeLorean) i aby to był skin tego pojazdu do gta vice city...nadal daje plusiki
Źródło: topranking.pl/933/43,gta,vice,city.php


Temat: Hindu Extremists SayACow'sLifeMorePreciousThanMan
Hindu Extremists SayACow'sLifeMorePreciousThanMan
Hindu Extremists Say A Cow's Life More Precious Than Man's

NEW DELHI, October 19 - The lynching of five Dalits (low-caste Hindus) in
Jhajjhar district of Haryana state bordering New Delhi earlier this week has
taken a new turn as villagers insist it was not the mob of Hindu villagers
who killed the five Dalits, but policemen on duty.

The Dalits were killed Tuesday, October 15, in the presence of 50 policemen,
a city magistrate and several government officials, including deputy chief of
district police. The Indian Express broke the story on October 17.

The police claimed a mob of 2,000 enraged Hindus, led by members of a quasi-
fascist Hindu nationalist group called Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP-World Hindu
Council) killed these men for allegedly slaughtering a cow.

VHP senior vice-president Acharya Giriraj Kishore told the press in Delhi
Friday, October 18, that his men had not led the mob that lynched the Dalits.
However, he quoted Hindu scriptures to point out that the life of a cow is
more precious than that of a human being.

He said it had to be ascertained whether the cow was killed by the five men
or was already dead. Until such time as a report on this was available,
nothing could be said. Not even the state government was in a position to say
anything, the VHP leader claimed.

However, Kishore shrugged off the enormity of the lynching by asking, Can
anyone discipline a mob? The drift of his argument was that people were very
much within their right to have lynched the Dalits for taking a cow's life,
which is more precious than a man's.

On the other hand, Dalits maintained that they skinned only dead animals, a
practice that has continued for hundreds of generations. These low-caste
Hindus skin dead animals and bury the carcass. They don't kill cows or any
other cattle.

Meanwhile, villagers have alleged that they had nothing to do with the
lynching, nor were the Dalits skinning a dead cow. They said the five Dalits
were carrying skins of dead animals to a nearby town to sell when the
policemen intercepted them, demanding bribe.

The Dalits had always bribed them, but this time an altercation began on the
quantum of bribe, the villagers said. That triggered police violence, leading
to the murder of the Dalits.

Trade in animal skin is perfectly legal (except in the skin of endangered
species). However, it is normal for policemen to demand bribe even for
normal, legal business transactions in any field.

Nobody has been arrested for the crime. In any case, killing a Dalit is not a
great deal within the Indian Hindu caste system as they are rated even below
pigs and cattle in the scriptures quoted by the VHP leader above.

The state government, instead of doing anything meaningful, ordered an
enquiry. An enquiry report takes months, even years, to be completed. After
that the government invariably drops the case or leaves enough legal
loopholes to let the criminals escape justice.

To complicate matters, the government ordered another enquiry Friday, October
18. The high government officials entrusted with the second enquiry declared
grandly, "The orders have come today, and we will try and get to the bottom
of the truth."

Meanwhile, politicians indulged in predictable skullduggery. A spokesman of
the Bhartiya Janata Pary (BJP), a sister organisation of VHP, declared in New
Delhi that they condemned any kind of killing, thus equating bovine slaughter
with manslaughter.

Equivocating, he issued the bland statement, "We hope the Haryana state
government goes into the depth of the matter." He did not hope the culprits
were caught and jailed, but that the fact was established whether the cow
was "killed" or was dead already. And he forgot about the five men.

Meanwhile, the two major communist parties CPI and CPIM, said the VHP, had
incited the mob and taken out a procession to celebrate the achievement of
killing five Dalits who had supposedly killed a cow.

But where is the state? Nobody knows.



Źródło: forum.gazeta.pl/forum/w,50,3329612,3329612,Hindu_Extremists_SayACow_sLifeMorePreciousThanMan.html


Temat: Hindu Extremists SayACow'sLifeMorePreciousThanMan
Ave,
cóż, myślę, żę Hindusi jeszcze niejednym nas zaskoczą. Zważcie, że
najważniejszą kastą Hindusów są kszatrije (wojownicy).
T.




gelatik napisała:

> Hindu Extremists Say A Cow's Life More Precious Than Man's
>
> NEW DELHI, October 19 - The lynching of five Dalits (low-caste Hindus) in
> Jhajjhar district of Haryana state bordering New Delhi earlier this week has
> taken a new turn as villagers insist it was not the mob of Hindu villagers
> who killed the five Dalits, but policemen on duty.
>
> The Dalits were killed Tuesday, October 15, in the presence of 50 policemen,
> a city magistrate and several government officials, including deputy chief of
> district police. The Indian Express broke the story on October 17.
>
> The police claimed a mob of 2,000 enraged Hindus, led by members of a quasi-
> fascist Hindu nationalist group called Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP-World Hindu
> Council) killed these men for allegedly slaughtering a cow.
>
> VHP senior vice-president Acharya Giriraj Kishore told the press in Delhi
> Friday, October 18, that his men had not led the mob that lynched the Dalits.
> However, he quoted Hindu scriptures to point out that the life of a cow is
> more precious than that of a human being.
>
> He said it had to be ascertained whether the cow was killed by the five men
> or was already dead. Until such time as a report on this was available,
> nothing could be said. Not even the state government was in a position to say
> anything, the VHP leader claimed.
>
> However, Kishore shrugged off the enormity of the lynching by asking, Can
> anyone discipline a mob? The drift of his argument was that people were very
> much within their right to have lynched the Dalits for taking a cow's life,
> which is more precious than a man's.
>
> On the other hand, Dalits maintained that they skinned only dead animals, a
> practice that has continued for hundreds of generations. These low-caste
> Hindus skin dead animals and bury the carcass. They don't kill cows or any
> other cattle.
>
> Meanwhile, villagers have alleged that they had nothing to do with the
> lynching, nor were the Dalits skinning a dead cow. They said the five Dalits
> were carrying skins of dead animals to a nearby town to sell when the
> policemen intercepted them, demanding bribe.
>
> The Dalits had always bribed them, but this time an altercation began on the
> quantum of bribe, the villagers said. That triggered police violence, leading
> to the murder of the Dalits.
>
> Trade in animal skin is perfectly legal (except in the skin of endangered
> species). However, it is normal for policemen to demand bribe even for
> normal, legal business transactions in any field.
>
> Nobody has been arrested for the crime. In any case, killing a Dalit is not a
> great deal within the Indian Hindu caste system as they are rated even below
> pigs and cattle in the scriptures quoted by the VHP leader above.
>
> The state government, instead of doing anything meaningful, ordered an
> enquiry. An enquiry report takes months, even years, to be completed. After
> that the government invariably drops the case or leaves enough legal
> loopholes to let the criminals escape justice.
>
> To complicate matters, the government ordered another enquiry Friday, October
> 18. The high government officials entrusted with the second enquiry declared
> grandly, "The orders have come today, and we will try and get to the bottom
> of the truth."
>
> Meanwhile, politicians indulged in predictable skullduggery. A spokesman of
> the Bhartiya Janata Pary (BJP), a sister organisation of VHP, declared in New
> Delhi that they condemned any kind of killing, thus equating bovine slaughter
> with manslaughter.
>
> Equivocating, he issued the bland statement, "We hope the Haryana state
> government goes into the depth of the matter." He did not hope the culprits
> were caught and jailed, but that the fact was established whether the cow
> was "killed" or was dead already. And he forgot about the five men.
>
> Meanwhile, the two major communist parties CPI and CPIM, said the VHP, had
> incited the mob and taken out a procession to celebrate the achievement of
> killing five Dalits who had supposedly killed a cow.
>
> But where is the state? Nobody knows.
>
>

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