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The Secrets of Atlantis: The Sacred LegacyNew Windows cover by przygodomania.pl | Today, 01:56 AM
Belief & BetrayalNew Windows cover by przygodomania.pl | Today, 01:50 AM
Deception III: Dark DelusionNew PlayStation credits by りき Hideto | Today, 01:18 AM
R?MJ: The Mystery HospitalNew PlayStation credits by りき Hideto | Today, 01:16 AM
zOMG!New Trivia by ℋarmony | Jul 25, 2015

Just Added more

The Time Machine (TRS-80)Added by S Olafsson | Today, 03:40 AM
King's Quest: The Complete Collection (Xbox One)Added by Sciere | Today, 01:49 AM
King's Quest: The Complete Collection (Windows)Added by Sciere | Today, 01:49 AM
King's Quest: The Complete Collection (PlayStation 4)Added by Sciere | Today, 01:49 AM
King's Quest: The Complete Collection (PlayStation 3)Added by Sciere | Today, 01:49 AM
King's Quest: Chapter 1 - A Knight to Remember (Xbox One)Added by Sciere | Yesterday, 07:03 PM

New Screenshots

Metro 2033 Redux

PlayStation 4

by MAT

Metro Redux

PlayStation 4

by MAT

The Chessmaster 2000

Amiga

by Trypticon

Daddy Long Legs

Browser

by Sciere

Daddy Long Legs

Android

by Sciere

Ready Steady Bang

Android

by Sciere

Hellrider

Android

by Sciere

Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag

Xbox One

by Christian Klein

New Reviews

Front cover

Pokémon Y

"Same Thing... But a different story than Pokémon X (WARNING: SPOILERS!!!)"

by Erik Munoz on Jul 28, 2015
Front cover

Lotus: The Ultimate Challenge

"Less fun in practice than in theory"

by Martin Smith on Jul 10, 2015
Front cover

Police Quest: In Pursuit of the Death Angel

"This is an excellent Sierra remake well worth playing, even if you never played the original"

by *Katakis* on Jul 06, 2015
Front cover

Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots

"Finales are hard."

by krisko6 on Jun 27, 2015

MobyGames News

RIP: Nintendo's Satoru Iwata - 1959-2015.
So sad to hear today that Nintendo President Satoru Iwata passed away - and at the relatively young age of 55, too. Many people online are linking to the MobyGames profile of Iwata, which only exists because MobyGames contributors typed in the credits for literally hundreds of seminal Nintendo games. The site admins would like to honor Iwata-san for his vital contribution to the history of games, & thank all of you for doing so much to preserve his history - even before his sad and unexpected passing.
Submitted by Simon Carless (53) on Jul 13, 20151 comments
Sciere's 300k MobyPoints milestone!!!
This is fairly unbelievable, but veteran MobyGames contributor Sciere has just hit 300,000 points on the site... wow! This includes 2585 games, 24,000 screenshots... I could go on - here's his stats.

(Sciere also makes sure we're up to date on newer console and PC games, more than almost any other user - so MASSIVE thanks for him for this - otherwise we'd be a past-only website!)

Also, thanks to some forum notes, the other milestones must be pointed out: piltdown_man reached 90,000 points; Terok Nor reached 20,000 points; Indra reached 20,000 points, & Freeman reached 20,000 points. Congrats to all of them!
Submitted by Simon Carless (53) on Jul 10, 20158 comments
Twitter feed 'Best Of MobyGames' highlights, Pt.1!


Some of the latest updates from the MobyGames Twitter feed - go subscribe, if you haven't!

Blizzard's classic @Diablo II debuted 15 years ago today in the U.S., on June 29th, 2000: http://www.mobygames.com/game/windows/diablo-ii/

Cover Of The Day: Will Harvey's delightfully playful Zany Golf (1988, PC): http://www.mobygames.com/game/will-harveys-zany-golf

V.silly shmup Parodius for SNES debuted in Japan 23 years ago (July 3rd, 1992): http://www.mobygames.com/game/parodius

Cover Of The Day: surreal Japanese metapic for Keita Takahashi's We Love Katamari (PS2, 2005): http://www.mobygames.com/game/ps2/we-love-katamari

Cover Of The Day: Broderbund's oh so '80s sci-fi' Shufflepuck Cafe (Amiga, 1989): http://www.mobygames.com/game/shufflepuck-cafe

Submitted by Simon Carless (53) on Jul 04, 20150 comments
Our 6th ever MobyGames 100k user!
Gigantic congratulations to LepricahnsGold who has made it to 100,000 contribution points on MobyGames!! He is only the 6th ever user to make it to that historic milestone - the others being Sciere, Cor13, [formercontrib!], Kabushi, and Patrick Bregger.

[While we're here - another notable recent milestone is that 666gonzo666 hit 50,000 - massive thanks to him!]

If you'd like to join them, please go ahead and contribute now - MobyGames is only possible through our amazing users' contributions.
Submitted by Simon Carless (53) on Jun 14, 20158 comments
This Day In History/Covers Of Day on Moby's Twitter!
As part of an attempt to bring MobyGames at least tentatively into the 21st century (ho ho!), we'll now be alternately featuring a 'This Day In History' game and a 'Cover Of The Day' on MobyGames' Twitter feed. Please check it out, follow us, and try to fave/RT us as much as possible so we can grow our social media following!
Submitted by Simon Carless (53) on Jun 07, 20155 comments

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Tip Of The Day

You can contribute technical details and platform-specific information to existing entries by entering the Add Game Wizard. Just enter the title of the game already in the database (make sure it's exact!) and you'll be whisked to a special screen where you can contribute platform and technical attributes. Again, make sure the title is exactly the same as the title in the database, otherwise you'll be adding a duplicate entry that we'll have to reject in the interest of keeping the database clean and consistent.   more tips

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3,500 Amiga Games (94%)

94% Complete

We need 202 more Amiga games documented to complete this goal!

This Day In Gaming

1984
Charlie Brown's ABCs
Apple II version released. (United States)
1985
Front Line
NES version released. (Japan)
The Fourth Protocol
Commodore 64 version released. (United Kingdom)
1986
Valkyrie no Bōken: Toki no Kagi Densetsu
NES version released. (Japan)
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