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Fire Emblem: Shadow DragonNew Wii U cover by Michael Cassidy | Today, 12:34 PM
Advance Wars 2: Black Hole RisingNew Wii U cover by Michael Cassidy | Today, 12:26 PM
Angry Birds: Fight!New iPhone credits by LepricahnsGold | Today, 09:28 AM
Angry Birds: Fight!New iPad credits by LepricahnsGold | Today, 09:28 AM

Just Added more

Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon (Wii U)Added by Michael Cassidy | Today, 12:34 PM
Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising (Wii U)Added by Michael Cassidy | Today, 12:26 PM
Fathom's 40 (PC-88)Added by Infernos | Today, 08:03 AM
Sad Satan (Windows)Added by ℋarmony | Today, 07:49 AM
Ar nosurge: Ode to an Unborn Star (PS Vita)Added by ℋarmony | Today, 01:53 AM
Gauntlet (Windows)Added by Sciere | Yesterday, 10:24 PM

New Screenshots

Angry Birds: Fight!

iPad

by LepricahnsGold

Inside Out: Thought Bubbles

iPad

by LepricahnsGold

Frozen: Free Fall

iPad

by LepricahnsGold

Royal Detective: The Lord of Statues (Collector's Edition)

iPad

by LepricahnsGold

Running Circles

Android

by Sciere

Sonic Runners

Android

by Sciere

Pentagram

ZX Spectrum

by Karsa Orlong

Red Scorpion

ZX Spectrum

by Karsa Orlong

New Reviews

Front cover

Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots

"Finales are hard."

by krisko6 on Jun 27, 2015
Front cover

Phantasy Star

"Wonderful RPG"

by dave taylor on Jun 27, 2015
Front cover

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

"Amazing presentation, boring gameplay"

by Greek Bastard on Jun 26, 2015
Front cover

Star Wars: X-Wing (Collector's CD-ROM)

"“Great, kid. Don’t get cocky.”"

by Gatekeeper on Jun 26, 2015

MobyGames News

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 (51) on Yesterday, 08:11 PM0 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 (51) 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 (51) on Jun 07, 20155 comments
Watermarks Begone
After a long week of reprocessing work, the entirety of our 271,573 box covers and 680,458 screenshots are watermark free!



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.
Submitted by MobyReed (64) on May 08, 20159 comments
Moby Milestone: 50,000 Unique Games (April 2015)
We now have 50,000 unique games documented in our database! Every single game was hand entered by contributors and carefully verified by our approvers.



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.
Submitted by MobyReed (64) on Apr 18, 201516 comments

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Tip Of The Day

Even if you've received hundreds of them before, don't be quick to delete the confirmation/approval messages you receive automatically from MobyGames. You see, not all of them are form letters -- we personally respond inside those emails from time to time to comment on your progress, or maybe recount a little nostalgic anecdote. Why? Because we want you to know we really do appreciate your contributions, and we read every single one.   more tips

Current MobyGoal

3,500 Amiga Games (93%)

93% Complete

We need 232 more Amiga games documented to complete this goal!

This Day In Gaming

1950
Bandai Co., Ltd.
Company founded.
1990
Zerø: The 4th Unit Act.4
PC-88 version released. (Japan)
1991
Magical Tarurūto-kun
Game Gear version released. (Japan)
Eight Lakes G.C.
Sharp X68000 version released. (Japan)
Final Soldier
TurboGrafx-16 version released. (Japan)
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