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The Faery Tale Adventure: Book INew Commodore 64 credits by Freeman | Today, 01:32 AM
Street Sports FootballNew Commodore 64 credits by Kabushi | Today, 01:27 AM
Thief: Shadow EditionNew Macintosh cover by LepricahnsGold | Today, 12:12 AM
The Crew: Raid Car PackNew Windows cover by jaXen | Today, 12:05 AM
The ExterminatorNew Trivia by Patrick Bregger | Yesterday, 07:19 PM
Raving MadNew Trivia by Martin Smith | Yesterday, 07:13 PM

Just Added more

Scrap Metal (iPhone)Added by Vampire Queen | Today, 12:17 AM
Scrap Metal (iPad)Added by Vampire Queen | Today, 12:17 AM
Thief: Shadow Edition (Macintosh)Added by LepricahnsGold | Today, 12:12 AM
The Deer (Macintosh)Added by Sciere | Today, 12:09 AM
The Crew: Raid Car Pack (Windows)Added by jaXen | Today, 12:05 AM
Tropico 5: Complete Collection (Linux)Added by LepricahnsGold | Today, 12:03 AM

New Screenshots

Arkanoid: Doh It Again


by Kabushi

Never7: The End of Infinity


by J-U-I-C-Y

Southern Command

Apple II

by Heliophage

Augustus: Im Auftrag des Kaisers


by Rainer S

Togainu no Chi: TBP


by J-U-I-C-Y

To Heart 2


by J-U-I-C-Y

Cover Girl


by J-U-I-C-Y

Riot City


by Flapco

New Reviews

Front cover

Goblins Quest 3

"+1 to Coktel for finally spelling Goblins right"

by *Katakis* on Yesterday, 06:25 PM
Front cover

Assassin's Creed II

"The Way of the Shadows"

by Carmelo Lia on Feb 09, 2016
Front cover

Carrier Strike: South Pacific 1942-44

"Accurate to how carrier operations were carried out."

by Ed Crutchfield on Feb 08, 2016
Front cover

Dragon Fire

"Dated & unforgettable RPG from the early 80's"

by zorkman on Feb 05, 2016

MobyGames News

MobyQuestion - what was the first game you loved?
Every now and again, we're going to ask a freeform question on the MobyGames front page - because we want to know more about our valued users!

This question's simple: what is the first game you ever remember playing and enjoying? I'll kick it off - for me, Matthew Smith's Manic Miner on ZX Spectrum is the first game I really recall genuinely loving. Attack Of The Mutant Telephones! Wacky Amoebatrons! So good... how about y'all?
Submitted by Simon Carless (87) on Feb 05, 201635 comments
MobyGames Stats 2015
Traditions! For the 7th year in a row I present to you the yearly stats graph!

Previous editions:
January 2015 - January 2014 - January 2013 - January 2012 - January 2011 - January 2010 - January 2009

Each coloured shape in the graph represents a platform. Horizontal axis is time. The vertical axis represents the number of games released. So the height of a shape on a given point in time indicates the number of games released for that platform that year. The total height of the graph on a given point in time shows the total releases that year.

All data taken from MobyGames. Of course the graph is only as complete as our database is.

Some interesting tidbits:
  • In the 2009 graph the peak in the late 80s was higher than the late 00s peak. In the 2010 graph they were roughly equal in height. Now the latter peak is in a whole different league. Can we get it double the size next year?

  • Probably the best populated newly added (this year) platform is Windows Apps, barely visible as an orange smudge below the Wii U.

  • There are actually quite some PS4 and XBone games, but the verticality in that part of the graph makes it look worse than it is. The Game Boy (noted as GB on the graph) and FM Towns suffer a similar faith.

  • Our number of "last year" titles is historically quite low over all the years. Last year's graph was excellent with 2915 titles of 2014 present. This year is not so bad either with 2583 titles of 2015 present.
Submitted by vedder (20537) on Jan 15, 201627 comments
MobyGames' 'Cover Of The Day' in full force!

Regular MobyGames readers and contributors may have spotted we're picking a 'Cover Of The Day' across _all_ of our social media feeds nowadays.

We recently rolled out more reliable daily updates to our Facebook and Google+ pages, to add to our Twitter page, which has had daily updates since last June now. Follow us and get 'em too!
Submitted by Simon Carless (87) on Jan 11, 201619 comments
Site Updates (Dec 27th)
There have been a few updates, since our last announcement. The biggest change is that we've fully rebuilt our search index, which should be especially helpful for users entering credits. This is a followup to Nélio's prior work on search, so thanks to him for the improvement.

A more complete listing of the changes:
  • Allow https URLs in submissions
  • Fixed reported issues with company pages
  • Fixed display of certain informational pages
  • Added link to critic review browser on games' review subpages
  • Display date on critic reviews
  • Fixed broken link when adding games to user Have Lists
  • Added extra character mappings for search and re-indexed
  • Make forum posts reject empty subjects, plus a few other fixes
  • Admin and approver fixes
Going forward, we'll try to keep the changelog up to date, so watch that page for changes as they happen.
Submitted by Tracy Poff (1690) on Dec 27, 20157 comments
Happy Holidays to you all!
We just wanted to wish all MobyGames readers, contributors, funders, and helpers a very, very Merry Christmas - and a Happy New Year to come!

For anyone paying attention, we already have 49 contributors with at least 1000 MobyPoints in 2015, compared to just 39 in 2013 (and 53 in 2014!) - so it looks to have been another super-productive year for all of you in documenting credits, screenshots, and games from throughout video game history. Roll on 2016!
Submitted by Simon Carless (87) on Dec 25, 20153 comments

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Tip Of The Day

Some game companies put a great deal of creative effort into their packaging. Take a closer look at the box covers you see here (for an example, try Captain Blood or Pinball Construction Set).   more tips

Current MobyGoal

3,500 Amiga Games (100%)

100% Complete

Thanks to all contributors for helping MobyGames achieve this goal! A new goal will be coming soon.

This Day In Gaming

Flying Dragon: The Secret Scroll
NES version released. (Japan)
Amiga version released. (United States)
Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes
SNES version released. (Japan)
Track Meet
Game Boy version released. (Japan)
WWF Superstars
Game Boy version released. (Japan)
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