In one of our earlier articles about PC game rips, I mentioned that I was yet to find a private torrent tracker that tracked game rips by individuals and P2P groups such as Skullptura and Dopeman. Although public sites such as Demonoid and The Pirate Bay track these releases, the speeds are often painfully slow.

Well I have finally come across a private tracker which tracks a good collection of PC game rips. Surprisingly, it's not an exclusive games tracker such as BlackCats, BitGamer or Underground-Gamer. The tracker I'm talking about is - a general tracker from Bulgaria which was featured in our Private Tracker Watch section sometime back.


I have been a member of this tracker for nearly 6 months but never noticed it tracked PC game rips until today. I made the discovery when I was desperately looking for a rip of Turok (original size of this game is a whopping 12GB lol) and to my amazement Zamunda had one which was only 4.3GB. However Zamunda seems to rename the torrent titles and ripper name is not included in the renamed version indexed on the tracker (just Turok instead of 'Turok -Skullptura') Anyway their rips section is content rich and in fact there are 600+ releases in this category. The speeds are excellent and I've managed to max out my download speed on each and every torrent I downloaded in this section.


Image: Some of the game rips at Zamunda

If you are interested, Zamunda is currently open for signup. It's usually closed (and we don't know when it will close) so grab this opportunity to get in.

[Click Here] to signup for Zamunda.Net


  1. stewie // 9/05/2008 11:49:00 PM  

    yea, Zamunda is cool.
    but it's actually a Bulgarian tracker, too ;)

  2. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 9/06/2008 12:31:00 AM  

    It indeed is Bulgarian. Sorry about the error in article. It's corrected now. Looks like they moved after running into some trouble in Bulgaria:

  3. NIPUL // 9/06/2008 01:49:00 AM  
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  4. NIPUL // 9/06/2008 01:50:00 AM  

    LST i am facing a strange problem pls help me.
    when i bought my dvd writer of samsung i worked properly. i would burn dvd in 8min. but after some days it would take 50min. due to problem i formatted my pc and then it took 8min to burn dvd. but again after some days the problem repeated. and again after formatting my pc the problem was solved. i don't understand what the problem is. earlier i thought the problem was with nero so i used other software to burn disc but same was the result.
    is there any problem with writer os windows Xp i don't understand.

  5. NIPUL // 9/06/2008 01:51:00 AM  

    also pls suggest any solution if you know.

  6. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 9/06/2008 03:14:00 AM  

    What is the model of your burner? Did you try with different media types (Imation, Verbatim etc)? Did you try changing the speeds (Try a lower speed such as 8x or 12x)?

  7. Anonymous // 9/06/2008 09:14:00 AM  

    demonoid is open for reg today.

  8. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 9/06/2008 10:01:00 AM  

    Thanks for the heads up e.

  9. NIPUL // 9/06/2008 10:17:00 PM  

    name of commodity 20x DVD RW Black.
    model code SH-S202J/IDBH

    samsung OCTO edge.

    i did try to change the speed but by default it is maximum speed.
    as far as i burn CD there is no problem but only DVD cause problem.

    does it have to do any thing with RAM. i mean physical memory or kernal memory etc.
    how to adjust physical memory and kernal memory, can we adjust them to optimize.

  10. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 9/07/2008 12:06:00 AM  

    You can only increase physical memory by adding a new RAM card. As for virtual memory Windows will auto manage that and usually won't cause problems in tasks such as DVD burning.

    As for your problem, there are a few things you can try.

    1. If your drive is connected via the IDE interface (not SATA), try disconnecting the other devices in the same IDE port and make this device the master.

    2. Enable DMA mode.
    How to do it on XP:

    How to do it on Vista:

    Let us know the progress and good luck.