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As you may recall, we're running a contest for adding missing PlayStation games which'll run through the end of May. The person who adds the most PlayStation games - with a bonus for adding other formats - will win a $100 Amazon gift card.
Looks like all of the PS4 games in the original spreadsheet were completed, but there's still likely a bunch of PlayStation Vita (and some PS3/PS2) titles that you could use the 'entry helper' on - or do new entries from scratch - if you want to keep playing along! (And there's a few PS4 games not on the list too.) Good luck...
In semi-related news, it seems that Rainer S. recently became the top all-time game cover art contributor, with 51,624 total points from covers alone. We've been having some very strong cover-adding contributors in recent months - with Charly 2.0 also looking like he will get to 50,000 points JUST from covers at some point if he keeps up his current pace. Thanks to both of them!
There's 'only' about 600 pending corrections across every single category right now, and the majority date back to early March, thanks to sterling work by S Olafsson and others. But we're looking for someone to help manage our corrections queues longer-term as a volunteer. (You can also recruit other people to help!)
Is anyone out there interested in helping valuable corrections get onto MobyGames & leading our efforts in the longer-term? If we can get caught up, it should just be a few minutes per week. If so, please reply in this thread or PM Simon now. Thanks!
If so, there's a new MobyGames Discord private chat server instance for you. Discord is an easy to use, IRC-style (if you go way back!) web-based or executable-based chat client, and we thought it would be worth setting it up to collaborate. We expect chat volume to be low, but welcome anyone and everyone.
As Kabushi notes: "Dedicated consoles is for machines that have games built-in and are connected to a TV or monitor, but does not support additional games in the form of cartridges, discs or downloads. This includes both old Pong machines as well as more modern Plug and play TV games."
"Dedicated handhelds is like the above but where the display is integrated into the device. It includes both traditional LCD games such as Game & Watch as well as the larger tabletops but also stuff like watches and key chains."
So please go ahead and contribute! And please ask questions in this thread if you have any issues.
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Tip Of The DayNotice anything missing from a entry? Well, MobyGames is a site based on user contributed information and we could use your help in filling the gaps. Some entries are missing technical information, credits, covers, trivia, etc... So if you are able to contribute, make an account and get cracking. MobyGames is all about quality of information and you can help! more tips
2000 Arcade Games (94%)
We need 104 more Arcade games documented to complete this goal!
Although there are some inconsistencies with the voice actors, and the large use of repetitiveness, this is still a great, but rare, educational science game (and also its series) in an interactive book form from the mid-to-late 90s. Keshet Orion was exclusively publishing educational science games in Israel from the mid-90s, but MagiKids repackaged a few of the company's games for the North American market as well.
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