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NarcConvert is a program to convert narcotic doses from one drug to another. You may pick up to two different drugs and have them converted to an...
Park Narc allows users to upload images of parking violations to a central database and then transfer them to local parking authorities. If you are...
The official app for 2013 NARC - Alpha Kappa Alpha
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Tool to convert narcotic dosages
iNarc is a searchable database of pill images which includes more than 10,000+ medications. iNarc is your resource for identifying pills, viewing...
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Play old Midway arcade classics in a virtual arcade with this collection for iPhone.
** All Warner Bros. games are $0.99 for a limited time to celebrate the Season! Search "Warner Bros. games" and stock up for Summer! ** Midway...
we are small objects in the universe. there are many objects that will come our way. our goal is to avoid these objects to continue our...
Selfie sticks are popping up everywhere, and a new fake public service announcement shows why that's a bad thing for your ego -- and basically everyone and everything around you.
After staring longingly at Burger King's bacon-topped sundae dessert, we'll dive into the stories of the day: bootleg bounty hunters, Photochopping, and a list of our favorite graphic novels!
Quick health update: Wilson is doing well and is on the miracle, three-day, cure-all Z-Pack. MTI fills in for another awesome show where we cut into our fillet of coastal beef.
Midway's game lets characters enhance their skills with illegal substances--but an addiction can have dire consequences.
Narc, a Grand Theft Auto-style game developed by Midway, has been banned in Australia. The game was due for release for Xbox in May.
It's yet another embarrassing day to be an Aussie gamer. Reservoir Dogs, the upcoming game based on the hit Quentin Tarantino film, has been banned in Australia.
Another month, another game ban. This time it is graffiti-focused action title Marc Ecko's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure, which has been refused classification by Australia's Office of Film and Literature Classification (OLFC), effectively making the game illegal to sell in this country.
Looks like Fiddy won't be In Da Clubfor Australian gamers, with the Office of Film and Literature Classification (OFLC) effectively banning the game 50 Cent Bulletproof from local sale.
Violent video games appear to put the human brain in a mood to fight, according to a new study from Michigan State University in the US.
While Government bodies are allowing R18+ rated content on mobile phones, nothing has been done to remedy the situation with games, where a "maximum" rating of MA15+ applies.