GotGame Rouge Web Browser Lets Gamers Surf In Game

Posted: Nov 24 2008, 10:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:52am CDT, in News | Gaming

 

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Hardcore gamers spend lots of time playing video games. That also means they tend to spend lots of time waiting for people to show up in a game and watching other payers after being killed off early in a death match. Leaving a game is not an option typically leaving the player sitting there with nothing to do.

GotGame has launched a new in-game web browser called Rogue that allows gamers to browse the internet without leaving a game or having to minimize their game window. The browser allows players to visit any website they want without interfering with any game functionality. Game overlay is supported for Vista and AP.

The browser offers full CSS, JavaScript, and Flash support. A hot key is user configurable to open or hide the browser when in game. Transparency settings are also configurable and the browser can be optimized for faster or slower computers. The browser is free and available for download now.

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