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    What is the best tracker for games considering content, variety(PC & consoles),and old/new games? I just want one tracker.

    What is the best tracker for textbooks? (not just books)

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    Blackcat Games is your best bet for games old & new


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghostbusters View Post
    Blackcat Games is your best bet for games old & new
    Alright

    I assume they have both PC and consoles.
    Last edited by johny1; 01-04-2009 at 11:46 AM.

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    BCG for games, and for textbooks probably Bitme or Demonoid.

    Yes, Demonoid lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johny1 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ghostbusters View Post
    Blackcat Games is your best bet for games old & new
    Alright

    I assume they have both PC and consoles.
    Yes, The site owner was called Stoi and he used to be very active around here, might be worth messaging him here or having a chat with them on their IRC channel
    Last edited by Ghostbusters; 01-04-2009 at 11:49 AM.


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    U can use undergrount for old games
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghostbusters View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by johny1 View Post

    Alright

    I assume they have both PC and consoles.
    Yes, The site owner was called Stoi and he used to be very active around here, might be worth messaging him here or having a chat with them on their IRC channel
    hmm why the past tense?

    sounds like i died or something lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by stoi View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ghostbusters View Post

    Yes, The site owner was called Stoi and he used to be very active around here, might be worth messaging him here or having a chat with them on their IRC channel
    hmm why the past tense?

    sounds like i died or something lol
    Been offline for 3 or 4 months mate only been back for 1 day, presumed your site hadn't folded in the last quarter but you can never be too sure of these things huh


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    Well, there you go, stoi's here.
    If you're looking for older games, Underground Gamer is very good also.

    I don't like Bitgamer that much, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johny1 View Post
    What is the best tracker for textbooks? (not just books)
    What kind of subject are you interested in? Computer ebooks are redundantly uploaded and well-seeded on all public trackers; a particular textbook might be hard to find... but a particular topic (e.g. learning a language, like Java) is extremely easy.

    Textbooktorrents (TT) *used to* be a pretty decent tracker with dedicated uploaders, but because of legal trouble the webmaster was forced to close the site. Geekman, I think he called himself. I have allot of books from there, including pretty much all of the "A Very Short Introduction..." books. I miss that site, since I'm too lazy to get an invite to BitMe...

    Try to get into the eLearning private trackers like BitMe. They have request sections that you can use 'till your heart's content.
    Last edited by Brenya; 01-04-2009 at 12:13 PM.

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