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  1. Have looking for offers. Pm me please
  2. Looking for M-team invite have offer PM!
  3. This is an automated message to make sure this seller really got the stuff what he/she is trying to sell, Please read it very carefully. PM Staff member all of your trackers unedited screenshot along with profile links, till then topic will remain closed. Best regards, Invite Scene Staff!
  4. e are looking for editors to help us edit contents on new AsiaTorrents website. Rank - new Rank of editor will be visible on your account, you will have more power than V.I.P users. - You will be part of our staff team. - Opportunity to become our staff, then Moderator and finally an Admin. - access to edit every contents on the new website. Requirement - Mush have have been member of AsiaTorrent for more than a year - Must not have pissed off any of our staffs - Must enjoy and know about Asian movies, tv shows and music - Must know how to write in English. - Plus point if you know other Asian languages. Responsibilities - Edit torrents, movies, tv-shows and music contents (as per our rules). - Add missing contents like posters, actors, etc - Re-organize contents, eg: fixing wrong categories, wrong language or countries, - Add or remove tags. - blog about new releases, - build movie, tv or music collections, How to Apply - Let us know about you, we dont need to know your personal details. - let us know your experiences. - Let us know how many languages you can read and write in. - Let us know how you can contribute our our community! Apply here
  5. looking for an invite. Never been there before and looks a good up and coming website for TV. I have loads of invites to swap.
  6. We are currently looking for uploaders to join our team. Do you think you have time to commit to uploading here then please pm pr1nce here
  7. Looking for people too translate the FAQ page into different language, Spanish/French etc. Please PM me. (Wkao)
  8. Is it a specific game? Consistent online connectivity? More Sequels? More innovative titles? After the last few days, more consistent online connectivity is certainly high on my list, but I am also looking forward to more innovative games – the kind of games that will sneak up on me and surprise me. Of course, there are a lot of sequels I am excited about as well, like The Legend of Zelda Wii U, Batman: Arkham Knight, and Halo 5.
  9. Developer Uber cited a lack of confidence that their original RTS project would raise the necessary $1.4M. If you were won over by the unique art style of Human Resources, a game just announced earlier this month, you may be in for some disappointment. The Kickstarter has been canceled by the developers citing that they anticipate coming up "woefully short" of the $1.4 million they were hoping to raise. In a note to backers, lead designer John Comes wrote, "The time has come to shut down the Kickstarter for Human Resources. Every Kickstarter prediction model is showing that we will come up woefully short of our goal. Running a Kickstarter is a full-time job for several people. As a small indie, we can't continue spending time and money focusing on a project that won't get funded. We simply don't have the human resources. #seewhatididthere." The project was originally slated to complete funding by November 4. But that doesn't mean all hope is lost for the project. Comes notes that they plan to "regroup and figure out what to do next." However, he also writes, "One thing is for sure, Human Resources, as pitched in this Kickstarter, is over. But we adore the world of Human Resources and will endeavor to do what we can to bring it to life in some form." You have a few options if you want to keep up with what developer Uber has in store next. According to Comes, you can follow updates on the developer's (Uber) website, John's Twitter, Nate's Twitter, and Uber's Twitter. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  10. Summer is officially over and with that comes the doldrums of early fall. But even as moviegoers recover fromGuardians of the Galaxy, Transformers, and X-Men, the industry marches on and tries its best to draw audiences in this month. Unfortunately, finding worthwhile releases for September is easier said than done. This month features an eclectic mix of YA adaptations, gritty crime thrillers, stop motion animation, and even an offbeat horror flick. It also boasts two A-listers playing well within their comfort zones. That being said, not all of these films are going to be winners and most will probably only do middling business at the box office. But we think there are still a handful worth seeing. Here are the 5 movies we’re looking forward to in September. - The Maze Runner (Release Date: September 19th) YA adaptations have been mostly hit or miss, but more often than not the ones that do hit deal with some sci-fi element. It’s for that reason that we’re keeping an eye on The Maze Runner, based on the novel by James Dashner. At the same time, we’re also prepared for this one to disappoint. For those who might not be familiar with the story, The Maze Runner follows a group of teens living just outside an ever-changing and mysterious maze. What’s in the maze? Why are these kids chosen to run the maze? These are all questions with answers that could add up to an intriguing sci-fi picture…if done well. Fans of the book are certainly hoping the property catches on, but we’ll have to wait and see whether casual audiences turn out. Check out the trailer for The Maze Runner. - Tusk (Release Date: September 19th) A Kevin Smith-directed horror film about a guy being slowly transformed into a walrus has all the makings of either a bizarrely awesome fall flick or B-movie schlock. About a decade ago we would have been lining up to see Tusk on day one, but Smith’s standing among the fan community has tapered off considerably as of late. Granted, the director has ventured into more daring cinematic territory, but to mostly mixed results. Tusk is no different, and as a result it teeters somewhere in the middle. The concept certainly sounds interesting, and the cast is strong, but there’s no telling whether Smith’s writing style will mesh with darker material. Color us curious, but cautiously optimistic. Check out the trailer for Tusk. - A Walk Among the Tombstones (Release Date: September 19th) Liam Neeson has already had two hits this year with Non-Stop and The LEGO Movie, and he’s very likely to have another with A Walk Among the Tombstones, based on the novel by Lawrence Block. Some have begun to criticize Nesson for playing very same-y characters, but so far that has worked for the Oscar-nominated actor. However, putting him in a gritty R-rated film might either be the shot in the arm fans were looking for, or it could be the thing that turns them off completely. There’s also the question of the source material, and whether Lawrence Block fans believe Neeson is the right for the Matt Scudder character. From our perspective, he seems like a perfect fit to play the reckless, alcoholic ex-cop. And if this one hits, Neeson will have likely secured his next action franchise after Taken. Check out the trailer for A Walk Among the Tombstones. - The Boxtrolls (Release Date: September 26th) Laika’s stop motion animated features are something of an anomaly. Critically acclaimed but oftentimes overlooked, these films usually offer something a little different and struggle as a result. Laika’s latest film, The Boxtrolls, is based on thechildren’s book Here Be Monsters!, about a boy raised by underground creatures with makeshift clothing. That premise in and of itself might not hold a grand appeal with kids, but the stop motion animation could draw in adults. Laika has done well to get the world out early, and so far critics appear to be singing The Boxtrolls‘ praises. Now if only they can get it to hit with audiences… Check out the trailer for The Boxtrolls. - The Equalizer (Release Date: September 26th) Although few will remember the ’80s TV series, The Equalizer was something special back in its day. Essentially, the series was like a solo A-Team, where an ex-Spec Ops officer named Robert McCall helped even the odds for people in need. As far as we can tell, this 21st century adaptation retains all of those key elements, but condenses them into a single feature-length adventure. Oh, and it featuresDenzel Washington in the lead role. That alone should be enough to get the people in the seats, but in case you need something more, we should note that The Equalizer reunites Washington with hisTraining Day director Antoine Fuqua. And the last time those two teamed up, Denzel Washington came away with an Oscar. Check out the trailer for The Equalizer. - Slim pickings doesn’t even begin to describe September, but such is the way of the business in early fall. We figure that The Equalizer and A Walk Among the Tombstones should have no problem finding success thanks to their leads, but the rest is up in the air. The Maze Runner could be a surprise hit, or it could be a huge flop. The Boxtrolls has that family-friendly appeal, but Laika productions don’t always hit. We also wouldn’t be surprised if No Good Deed or Dolphin Tale 2squeaked out a decent opening weekend, even if they didn’t make our list. Readers will also note that this is a very back-loaded month, with practically nothing to offer for the first two weeks. So while there may be some films worth seeing, it’s going to be an agonizing wait to get to them. Once again, here are the 5 films we’re interested to see: September 19th: The Maze Runner, Tusk, A Walk Among the Tombstones September 26th: The Boxtrolls, The Equalizer
  11. Hey. Seems like a good site. Well. Im just looking for a torrentleech invite... And if you guys want something in return... I can send a 3dtorrent invite... Thanks. Hope you all have a nice day.
  12. Here at InviteScene, we strive to stay updated with the news of private trackers along with open signups and the current state of the world surrounding BitTorrent. When a community is up-to-date and knowledgeable, it just puts us that much closer to being the best that we can be. Thus, we are looking for more News Posters to help us do just that! Anyone can become a News Poster, but you will have more of an advantage if you fulfill the following requirements: Strong English skillls A variety of private trackers from which you can share announcements Credible news sources about anything concerning BitTorrent and piracy, e.g. technology, laws, etc. No history of spamming Helpful attitude Active member of IS If you desire to be a News Poster and feel that you would be a good fit for the position, please submit an application in the Staff Applications section of the forum. I will then contact you with a few questions if you seem to be a good match for the postion. We look forward to expanding our team of News Posters and hope that you will be an integral part of making InviteScene better than ever. Thank you!