Play "Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor" on any computer via cloud gaming on Snoost, which works on Linux, Chromebooks, MacBooks and Windows PCs.

Screenshots

By , March 12th, 21:51

1 comment
(Leave comment)
1

made me nocturnal

i was doing online homeschooling when this game came out, i loved it so much i did zero school work and failed 9th grade. i would take a bunch of my adderall and stay up all night playing this game, then sleep all day. this game consumed my life but thats a sign of a good game aint it???


By , March 11th, 22:36

0 comments
(Leave comment)
0

Vote: just enough


765/5000
Good graphics, good latency, about 40 ms, with a fiber connection 142 M down and 20M up, the game was jerky .. Also, unfortunately, before entering the server you have to wait 20 minutes clock and this is not exciting.
There is still a lot to improve for the high prices of the service in full hd. I understand the costs of the supplier but 40 euros a month seems excessive, for me the maximum justifiable can not be more than 20 euros and at most 40 euros for the resolution at 4k.
The positive note is the free three-day trial that allows you to get a better idea of the offer and adjust accordingly.
Definitely a game experience that has to be tried, which at the moment has not yet matured, but which soon and with commitment will be.


By , February 21st, 23:30

0 comments
(Leave comment)
0

This is great! [FIXED LATENCY]

Always wanted to play the game and discovered this streaming service. So i'm finally getting into it and it's great! In the beginning the latency was a problem but using Parsec together with Snoost fixed it! Now i'm finally able to enjoy the game/service.
If you have this latency problem just install Parsec in your local computer and the host machine you're on.

Peace out.


By , December 6th 2017, 13:12

0 comments
(Leave comment)
0

Good first impression

It was my first game played on snoost. Good looking graphics, no lags, low pings. Easy configuration and steam app support. Some minor problems with cloud connection at the beginning. Worth recommendation.