Insurgency - Midweek Madness
Friday, 23 January 2015 8:51 AM
Hey everyone, Insurgency is currently available for $4.50. It is a great game with LAN support, coop and vs, can't recommend it enough!
By registering on the club's website, you instantly become a non-financial (NF) member of the website (doing so does not impose any obligations).
As a NF member you will have access to most functions of the website, which includes:
Before you can continue you must agree to the following:
1.1 I have read and understood the terms and conditions of the RAAF Edinburgh PC Gaming Club Constitution found here. I agree to abide by the rules contained therein.
2. Software Piracy
2.1 I understand that any copying of computer software by me or instructions given by me to make such copies without authorisation from the copyright owner is in breach of the law and against the constitution of the RAAF Edinburgh PC Gaming Club, and that such action can expose me to severe disciplinary measures, including expulsion from the club and/or civilian legal action.
2.2 I agree to use only software legitimately acquired and to comply with all licence conditions accompanying any software acquired or used, as required by law. I take full responsibility for all the software/games/programs that are on my machines before, during, and after any club events.
2.3 I understand that the use, advertising, copying or distribution of unlicensed software, Warez, or other products designed to allow copyright to be infringed (such as circumvention devices) is prohibited.
3. Illicit Material
3.1 I understand that the use, advertising, copying or distribution of illicit material, including pornography, is against the constitution of the RAAF Edinburgh PC Gaming Club and may lead to disciplinary action, including expulsion from the club. Where illicit material constitutes a breach of Australian law (including the Crimes Act 1914, the Criminal Code 1995, the Financial Management and Accountability Act 1997) action will be taken in accordance with that law. For example, accessing, storing or distributing certain types of material (including child pornography) is a criminal offence. Where such activity is detected, evidence will be passed to the appropriate authority for action under the Crimes Act, the DFDA, or the Public Service Act 1999.