Game Assistant 2 Lets You Manage And Optimize Video Games From A Single Hub
Are you one of those gamers who play all types of games and love to have their games well organised? If yes, then you might have used game clients like Steam or Origin. These game clients let you start your games through one interface but what they lack is the support for Flash games.
IObit Game Assistant 2 for Windows is an easy-to-use system application that solves this issue. It lets you start your games including Flash ones through single interface. Not only it lets you manage your games, it also monitors your hardware and provides useful details like temperature.
Gamers can add games to the application by providing path to the executable files. Steam games and Flash games can also be added. Flash games are added by providing the URL and the name. The games are added once, and then they can be launched through the Game Assistant 2 interface.
The UI of Game Assistant 2 is simple. The first thing that is noticed is the temperature widget on the right. It shows the temperature of your CPU, motherboard, and video card. The temperature can be viewed in either Celsius or Fahrenheit units.
The unique feature of this application is its ability to show the temperature in-game. Portable devices especially laptops tend to heat up a lot while games are being played. This feature helps the gamers monitor their hardware temperature while they are playing games. This is a useful feature for those who play games in window mode just to keep a check on their computer’s temperature.
It not only displays the temperature but also alarms you when the temperature exceeds the threshold set by the user (80 degree Celsius by default). Users can set temperature thresholds in settings.
There is a widget on the top right of the screen that shows how much RAM is free. When you launch a game, the application automatically frees up RAM to provide smooth gaming experience. Moreover, RAM can also be freed manually while playing game.
The application also lets you take screenshots with a click on the icon in the application window or by using shortcut Ctrl+A.
Game Assistant 2 doesn’t offer anything new except the ability to launch Flash games directly, but it combines several features that are useful for gamers. It lets them manage their games and monitor PC status in a quite easy and simple manner.