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Up to date as of February 09, 2010
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From Grand Theft Wiki

Diagram of a typical modern PC.

A Personal Computer (or PC) may refer to a desktop or laptop computer that is used for personal tasks such as browsing the Internet and gaming, rather than business or server functions.

A PC is one "platform" for gaming. The PC platform is the most versatile, with the user easily able to download and install modifications. Most Grand Theft Auto mods are for the PC version, and although some exist for the console versions, they are significantly harder to implement, and often require installing a "mod chip" which may damage the console and void the warranty.

Until GTA III, GTA releases for the PC platform were given some degree of equal treatment as the PlayStation, having been released simultaneously with or launched a week after the PlayStation version. The GTA series is also known to have a single PC-exclusive title, Grand Theft Auto: London, 1961, which was available only for download (at a time when gaming consoles had yet to extensively adopted online downloads). The release gap between console versions and PC versions was widen with GTA III and several more major GTA titles after, in which the console versions are first released, followed by the PC port several months later. GTA titles which are native to handheld consoles (Grand Theft Auto Advance, Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories) have not been ported to the PC.

GTA games on the PC

Grand Theft Auto PC Case, box, poster, book
  • Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned (2010)
  • Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (2010)

This article uses material from the "Personal Computer" article on the GTA wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

Windows (like Doors) can be seen in (almost) every House, Guildhall, Shop etc. Sometimes their closed, sometimes not. But you can also look through them. In addition, if their closed you can't throw items through them.

Windows

Name Walkable Attributes Notes
Barred Window Image:Barred Window.gif no Can't be opened. It functions to hold outsiders (like thieves) away or hold insiders (like prisoners) inside.
Brick Window Image:Brick Window.gif no Can be used to open/close it. This is not an ordinary used window, it is used inside brick walls. When this window is closed people can't throw items through it.
Framework Window Image:Framework Window.gif no Can be used to open/close it. This is an ordinary used window, it is used inside framework walls. When this window is closed people can't throw items through it.
Ship Cabin Wall Window Image:Ship Cabin Wall Window.gif no You can't move/take it. This window is mostly used in the Cabin Walls of Ships.
Stone Wall Window Image:Stone Wall Window.gif no Can't be opened. This beautiful window is used inside stone walls.
Stone Wall Window (Normal) Image:Stone Wall Window (Normal).gif no Can be used to open/close it. This is an ordinary used window, it is used inside stone walls. When it's closed people can't throw items through it.
Tree Hole Image:Tree Hole.gif no You can't move/take it A quite common window in the tree city, Ab'dendriel. The curtains can't be closed.
White Stone Wall Window Image:White Stone Wall Window.gif no You can't move/take it You can barely call this a window because it has no glass and is more like an open hole in the wall.

See also other Objects.


This article uses material from the "Windows" article on the Tibia wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.







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