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Barracuda: Secret Mission 1
New DOS credits by Eric-Jon Tairne | Today, 07:13 AM
Parsec Man 3D
New DOS credits by Eric-Jon Tairne | Today, 07:12 AM
Kirby & The Amazing Mirror
New Wii U cover by Michael Cassidy | Today, 07:10 AM
Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2
New Wii U cover by Michael Cassidy | Today, 07:10 AM
Archery
New Trivia by Tracy Poff | Apr 19, 2014
'Speare
New Trivia by Pseudo_Intellectual | Apr 19, 2014

New Games [ more ]

Kirby & The Amazing Mirror (Wii U)
Added by Michael Cassidy | Today, 07:10 AM
Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 (Wii U)
Added by Michael Cassidy | Today, 07:10 AM
The King of Fighters: Evolution (Windows)
Added by nullnullnull | Today, 05:55 AM
Triple Decker 2 (ZX Spectrum)
Added by FatherJack | Yesterday, 11:02 PM
Triple Decker 1 (ZX Spectrum)
Added by FatherJack | Yesterday, 11:00 PM
Metabolis (ZX Spectrum)
Added by FatherJack | Yesterday, 10:58 PM

New Screenshots

Megalit screenshots by FatherJack

Who Framed Roger Rabbit screenshots by FatherJack

Max screenshots by FatherJack

Rolan's Curse 2 screenshots by FatherJack

NBA All-Star Challenge 2 screenshots by FatherJack

Spy vs Spy screenshots by FatherJack

Prophecy: Viking Child screenshots by FatherJack

Uchū Senkan Yamato screenshots by FatherJack

New Reviews [ more ]

Front cover
Golden Axe II
"More Silver Than Golden"

ETJB, Apr 23, 2014

Front cover
Aggressive Inline
"Surprisingly challenging, yet accessible and most of all it's fun"

Front cover
Zeliard
"Get into Zeliard --- because you can"

Front cover
Return to Krondor
"Too much has changed during my absence"


MobyGames News

Trivia Tuesday
This week we're taking a look at King's Quest, the classic adventure game from Sierra. You may be familiar with the game's main character, Sir Graham. But do you know the origin of the name?

"Sir Graham was so named because of designer Roberta Williams' fondness for graham crackers"

http://www.mobygames.com/game/kings-quest
Submitted by MobyReed (53) on Apr 22, 201422 comments
(Semi)-Weekly Whale - April 11th!
And here's the latest (Semi)-Weekly Whale, rounding up milestones, new additions to the database, and thanks from the Patreon crowdfunding we've been doing of late! Dig in...
Submitted by Simon Carless (26) on Apr 11, 20140 comments
A new member of the 100k club
Congratulations to Patrick Bregger who is now only the 5th person in MobyGames history to reach the 100,000 point milestone! An incredible achievement.

Thanks to Patrick the MobyGames database is vastly richer with his many thousands of high quality contributions. Including 1,574 games, 1,086 credits, 1,115 pieces of trivia, 1,574 descriptions and much much more.
Submitted by MobyReed (53) on Apr 09, 20148 comments
Thank you Patrons!
A big huge Moby-sized thanks to our first Patrons!

Including: Chris Hayes, Father Jack, Simon Carless, Brave Wave Productions, MK2k, Trixter, netsabes, Rob Caporetto, Smike, Arjon van Dam, Reinhold Hoffmann, Sgt. Nukem, Johan Jönsson, Mike Melanson, Víctor "vEK" Cerezo, Glenn Sugden and Ole Bekkelund.

As a special thanks to our early supporters, the first 100 will also be immortalized as a Founding Patron. Forever listed on MobyGames.com even if you are only a patron for a month.

To become a Patron, or for more information, please see our Patreon page.
Submitted by MobyReed (53) on Apr 09, 20140 comments
Introducing Moby's Trivia Tuesday!
Did you know that Electronic Arts was originally called Amazin' Software?

According to founder Trip Hawkins, "The original name had been Amazin' Software. But I wanted to recognize software as an art form and wanted to change it to SoftArt. But Dan Bricklin of Software Arts asked us not to use that name. So, in October of 1982 I called a meeting of our first twelve employees and our outside marketing agency and we brainstormed and decided to change it to Electronic Arts."

Quote from Gamasutra.
Submitted by MobyReed (53) on Apr 08, 20140 comments

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Tip Of The Day

When selecting countries in release info items, keep in mind that games have different release dates, publishers and distributors for specific regions. The United States and the United Kingdom are almost never listed alongside in the same item. Also, different regions have different product codes, therefor release info items are split, and submitted as separate items.   more tips

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