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Additionally, we now display them at a higher quality (less compression and larger). We hope these changes will make MobyGames just that much better of a resource for the gaming community at large.
Other sites, YouTubers, bloggers and so on should always feel free to make use of these assets. Though we would greatly appreciate attribution back to MobyGames, so we can ensure our contributor base remains healthy and can grow. Without them, the 95,000+ game entries with countless credits, trivia and other information would simply not exist.
Not only is every piece of information here submitted by gamers, but it also goes through an approval process to ensure it's as accurate as possible. This is a huge amount of work, and we always need more contributors and approvers to help maintain (and improve!) our mission of being the most complete and accurate database of game information possible.
A huge thanks to the thousands of MobyGames contributors over the past 15 years who've helped us reach this point! Including each platform release, we are currently at 94,818 total game listings for 165 platforms. You can see the full breakdown by platform here.
To help mark the occasion, we're announcing our plan to remove the MobyGames watermark from all covers and screenshots. This has been in the works for a while and we'll soon be re-processing all 675,000+ screenshots and 270,000+ covers.
In code and format additions, the Changelog is up to date, and includes a number of new game systems - including Windows Apps - and some notable security updates, as well as lots of affiliate link fixes - massive thanks to Nelio!
Elsewhere on contributions, we're rapidly approaching 50,000 unique games - more on that when we get there - and wanted to give some shoutouts to MAT and piltdown_man, who got to 80.000 points this year.
Also some great new milestones in points were reached by Sciere, ryanbus84, Thomas Petterson and more - and thanks to new contributors Kennyannydenny and Jennifer McMurray! Onward and upward...
Happy new year everybody!
Previous years: 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.
Of course the graph is only as complete as our database is.
- I've changed to a different colour scheme. It may be a bit harder on the eyes, but with some macro magic I tried to keep related platforms similar colours. For example all Microsoft platforms are shades of orange, Apple is green, Sony is blue, Nintendo is red, ZX is purple, and because there are only so many colours Commodore is a different shade of green. I also grouped brands with only one platform into similar colours based on the type of platform (console, handheld, pc, etc.)
- I'm now using MobyGames data for Arcade games, this means that there are much fewer arcade games shown in the graph this year. Although we managed to document an impressive 1525 in the last year, that's nowhere near the 8000+ of arcade-history.com
- 7004 new games compared to last year's graph, in spite of the huge decrease of Arcade games!
- 159 different platforms are displayed in the graph!
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Tip Of The DayTo see the total number of games in the database, click the word "Database Stats" in the left frame on the main page. The resulting screen will have the number of games next to the word "Games". more tips
3,500 Amiga Games (93%)
We need 244 more Amiga games documented to complete this goal!
Released on a system not regarded as a home to primary games such as the Nintendo DS (the only one on which the game can be actually played), disfigured by a silly Disney variant and ludicrously delusive unplayable ports on other systems, Meteos is Masahiro Sakurai’s design peak, a falling block game towering above the entire DS library along with Nintendogs and Knights in the Nightmare, both availing themselves of the touch-screen & Stylus pair to reach otherwise unthinkable interaction intensity.
More than its technical and aesthetical audiovisual splendour, what sets apart this trip to a tiny vast universe full of worlds and variety is the entrancing thoughtful frenzy of the gameplay, a wonder exceeding that of Tetris
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Capcom Co., Ltd.
Established I.R.M Corporation with the objective of developing and selling electronic game machines in Matsubara, Osaka.
NES version released. (Japan)
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NES version released. (Japan)
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