MagicLottery software is a powerful lotto software for Windows. It helps you analyze history of winning numbers, generate tickets, filter tickets, forecast numbers and check winning. MagicLottery fits all the countries lotto types.
Dec 26, 2011 12:05:06
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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Description: MagicLottery software is a powerful lotto software for Windows, compatibility with Windows Vista and Windows 7 completely. It helps you analyze history of winning numbers, generate tickets, filter tickets, forecast numbers and check winning. MagicLottery fits all the countries lotto types. It supports all the Lotto select AnyNumbers from any numbers with 0-5 powerball numbers. Also, you can add a new lottery game youself , you can import drawings from a text file and export drawings to a text file. MagicLottery supports multiple languages, such as English, Portuguese (Brazil), Traditional Chinese, etc.
1. Supports all the Pick AnyNumbers from any numbers lotteries with no powerball or with 1-5 powerball number.
2. Generate the smart wheels tickets and generate the full tickets .
3. You can Creates a new lottery games or Edit a lottery games.
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