SceneGames.to aims to automate the archival and distribution of Scene game releases (PC, Mac and Linux) to various file hosts without invasive advertisements or shady monetization practices.
The Scene refers to an anonymous community that distributes copyrighted content (i.e. releases) such as video games, music and movies. You can learn more about it at Wikipedia.
A download manager such as JDownloader2 will help alleviate the issue of downloading of many files.
Zippyshare currently has geo-blocking restrictions in place for countries located in Europe. You will need to use a VPN to bypass this.
Typically you must extract the archives (.rar file) with WinRAR or 7-Zip. Then mount the ISO image (Windows 10 has native ISO mounting or use a program such as WinCDEmu) and run the setup to install the game.
The files (i.e. crack) used to circumvent a game's DRM (Digital Rights Management) are being flagged by your anti-virus software as a false positive.
Yes there are magnet links, but not for all releases. Torrents are scraped from RARBG.to periodically and added to the site. If you are looking for a torrent client these are highly recommended: Deluge, qBittorent, and Transmission.
This is to prevent DMCA crawlers from scanning the site and issuing take downs at the file hosters. Also all earnings from solved captchas are donated to the Wikimedia foundation.
Every game release found on the site is archived. There is an option to vote and have the game re-uploaded once some time passes.
No, sorry, only Scene releases and their original archives will be shared.
Yes, please contact us and provide the name of the game and the corresponding release(s). You can use a site such as PREdb.ovh to help in locating the name of a Scene game release.
You can help by reporting any errors (missing links, corrupted files, site bugs, etc.) you find via our contact form. Making others aware of this site is something else you can also do.
Simple file verification (SFV) is a file format that contains CRC32 check sums to verify integrity of files. The program QuickSFV can aid in verifying files quickly.
These are text files that contain information pertaining to a release. They can be opened with a simple text editor or an application such as iNFekt.
Similar to NFO files, these are also text files that contain information about the content in a release.