GuideWire

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  • Version: 1.0
  • Publisher: www.maxthe3rd.com
  • File Size: 488.65 KB
  • Date: Mar 11, 2009
  • License: Freeware
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Are you a pool and golf games fan just like me When I am playing a pool game I usually have a fancy that how perfect it is if there is a laser-sight on the playground and I can aim at the exact place where my ball will hit with it. Fortunately, I find an ideal assistant. That is GuideWire which was published by www.maxthe3rd.com. With GuideWire I can play my favorite games easy and comfortable. Want to play more levels of your favorite puzzle games Want to submit your high scores or win your games in contests Take it easy! Following is the general introduction of this fun and handy game assistant tool.

GuideWire is a helpmate designed expressly for pool and golf games. When we are playing a game, this program sits on top of the game's interface and adds a laser-sight on it. The laser can be configured to bounce one or more times. It offers us maximum accuracy while not interfering with game play in any way. GuideWire is not a cheating software but a helper for increasing the game-play. The best of all, GuideWire is free for us and doesn't need to register.

The key features and advantages of this game helpmate include:

1. GuideWire provides an easy installing wizard for us. We can download GuideWire from www.maxthe3rd.com. Double click the setup.exe file and it will be installed on our system automatically. The installation process is quick and easy on most computers. If we don't have .NET 2.0 or higher, we may need to upgrade certain components installed on our system. That will waste a few minutes of us. But don't worry about it. All the processes are automatic without our interposition.

2. GuideWire is very simple to use even for beginners. GuideWire has a simple interface: Drag the frame to move around. Drag the bottom-right corner to resize. This simple and familiar interaction allows us to align the laser targeting space with the game surface. Drag the translucent, red "source" ring to wherever we want the origin of the laser to be. The color and opacity of the frame and source ring can be adjusted as needed to assist with placement and use. Once the overlay is in place, just begin playing our game as we normally would. GuideWire will automatically calculate and draw a configurable "laser guide" indicating the path an object will travel assuming straight flight and normal bouncing behavior. Best of all: GuideWire doesn't interfere with game play at all. All of its parts are transparent, to allow for easy alignment. By definition, the frame defining the laser-targeting boundaries sits just outside the playing surface. And the laser side vanishes in the vicinity of the mouse, allowing all of our interactions to pass through to the underlying application. Moreover, if we have trouble using it, we might try watching the tutorial video, referring to the frequently asked questions, or checking out the easy start setup page.

3. GuideWire is easy to configure. The menu at the top allows us to choose any number of bounces from 0 (a straight line) to 8 (more than we are likely to ever need). We can also change the thickness of the laser beam. We can even configure its bounce behavior, having it reflect off of walls as a beam or a spherical object. The direction of the laser can be reversed for games where we aim by placing the mouse behind an object to define its trajectory rather than in front of it. This comes in handy with pool and golf games. The simple drag-and-drop interface lets us quickly and easily set GuideWire up to work with almost any game. Once it's set up and we've started playing our game, we can practically forget about GuideWire - it looks like it's part of whatever game we are playing.

4. GuideWire features highly compatibility for most games. Basically, GuideWire will work with most games that involve an object flying in a straight line and bouncing off of walls. Following are some of the games that have successfully been tested with GuideWire: Dead Whale's Bubble Spinner; Absolutists' Bubble Shooter; Absolutists' Bubbles; Realore's Aqua Bubble; Popcap's Zuma, etc.

5. GuideWire is not a cheating software but a helper for increasing the game pleasure. When we use GuideWire, we agree to use it for its intended purpose, which is to enhance solo game-play. GuideWire should be a great way to set up a handicap for players of unequal abilities or increase enjoyment of some games if all players use it at the same time. As we all know that games are supposed to be fun. GuideWire can ethically be used as a learning aid, to transform difficult games into those children can play, to create handicaps involving consenting participants, to convert games based primarily upon visual skill into strategy or puzzle games, to make existing sighting systems easier to see, or for a plethora of other practical uses. Honesty and common sense are paramount when deciding how to use it.

6. GuideWire can be used completely free of charge and we don't need to register it at all. GuideWire doesn't contain any adware or spyware. It doesn't install any third party, passive, or otherwise intrusive advertisement software onto our computer. The only time GuideWire will serve ads is when it is running. We don't need to go out of our way to install updates. Each time we open GuideWire after an update has been made available, we will be asked if we want to install the latest version.

Do you have troubles in your favorite puzzle game and would not give it up Want to improve your game skill Why not give GuideWire a try. If you feel it is really good, share it with your friends or families now!

GuideWire is a program that sits on top of any game and adds a laser-sight. The laser can be configured to bounce one or more times. It offers you maximum accuracy while not interfering with game play in any way. GuideWire has a simple interface: Drag the frame to move around. Drag the bottom-right corner to resize. This simple and familiar interaction allows you to align the laser targeting space with the game surface. Drag the translucent, red "source" ring to wherever you want the origin of the laser to be. The color and opacity of the frame and source ring can be adjusted as needed to assist with placement and use.
Once the overlay is in place, just begin playing your game as you normally would. GuideWire will automatically calculate and draw a configurable "laser guide" indicating the path an object will travel assuming straight flight and normal bouncing behavior.
Best of all: GuideWire doesn't interfere with game play at all. All of its parts are transparent, to allow for easy alignment. By definition, the frame defining the laser-targeting boundaries sits just outside the playing surface. And the laser side vanishes in the vicinity of the mouse, allowing all of your interactions to pass through to the underlying application.

The license of this software is Freeware, you can free download and free use this game utility software.

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