The First In-Game Browser

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GotGame has released it’s first web browser last month, that feature game overlay support for Vista/XP, Full CSS, JavaScript, and Flash support, and much more.

Rogue, in-game browser, was designed with gamers in mind by the good people of It eliminates the players need to exit the game via Task Manager to look at your web pages, check email, watch videos, etc. Most gamers hate this. Especially leveling up your Level 45 character in a game of might and will. Seriously, might and will. It comes with preloaded links for any gamer. The browser is also equipped with a transparent feature that allows the user to still see what is happening to his/her character on screen, while reading some gaming news from, or watching a web video from YouTube. Please don’t expect this to be your Firefox of gaming browsers just yet. While some games have been tested, others still need time for the team at GotGame to work through the bugs. Here’s the link, and the place for more information on supported games: click here

Rogue’s Features:
– Game overlay for Windows XP & Vista
– Full CSS, JavaScript, and Flash support
– Editable homepage and bookmarks
– GotGame Search powered by Google
– Hot key to open/hide browser when in game
– Configurable transparency settings
– Optimization toggle for faster/slower computers

– OS: Windows XP or Vista
– CPU: 1.5 Ghz or higher
– RAM: 512 MB
– HD Space: 10 MB of available hard drive space
– Video: 256MB graphics card (e.g., NVIDIA GeForce 6600 Series or ATI Radeon X1950 Series or better)
• Internet Connection: Broadband (e.g., 798 Kbps or faster download speed)

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