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Ittle DewNew promo image by jaXen | Today, 09:25 AM
Inquisitor: Shade of SwordsNew Amstrad CPC credits by oo | Today, 08:34 AM
Let's Sing 2018: Party Classics Vol. 2 Song PackNew PlayStation 4 cover by Foxhack | Today, 08:33 AM
Let's Sing 2018 - Legendary Hits Song PackNew PlayStation 4 cover by Foxhack | Today, 08:33 AM

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Blue's Clues: The Popsicle Stick Project (Windows)Added by KinopioKing | Today, 04:38 AM
Blue's Clues: Jigsaw Puzzles (Windows)Added by KinopioKing | Today, 04:38 AM
Blue's Clues: Laundry Time (Windows)Added by KinopioKing | Today, 04:38 AM
Blue's Clues: Where's My Friend? (Windows)Added by KinopioKing | Today, 04:38 AM

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Vorn's Adventure

Windows Phone

by Konrad ┼╗aba

GooCubelets: The Void

Windows

by Tomas Pettersson

Magicmaker

Windows

by Indra was here

GooCubelets

Windows

by Tomas Pettersson

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Let's Sing 2018: Party Classics Vol. 2 Song Pack

by Foxhack

Let's Sing 2018 - Legendary Hits Song Pack

by Foxhack

Let's Sing 2018: Party Classics Song Pack

by Foxhack

Let's Sing 2018: Best of 80's Song Pack

by Foxhack

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Ittle Dew

by jaXen

Strata

by jaXen

The Alliance Alive

by Alaka

Ion Maiden

by MrFlibble

New Reviews

Front cover

Immortal Redneck

""That lion lady can turn [email protected]&! into steak?!""

by Tony Denis on Jul 17, 2018
Front cover

Wolfenstein

"Surprisingly underrated"

by Gatekeeper on Jul 15, 2018
Front cover

Mega Pinball

"Only For The Desperate Pinball Player"

by Mark Hinds on Jul 15, 2018
Front cover

Time Mysteries: Inheritance

"This is not really a hidden object game"

by piltdown_man on Jul 12, 2018

MobyGames News

New platforms: Galaksija and Amazon Alexa
In the past few days a couple more platforms have been added, so a brief introduction is in order...



Galaksija (left) was a do-it-yourself (DIY) computer made in ex-Yugoslavia in 1983. It used monochromatic monitor and text-mode graphics (two year later Galaksija Plus introduced hi-res mode with polygon graphics). How to assemble the computer was done in a magazine so everyone's computer looked a bit different. You wanted a joystick to play games? Take a soldering iron and build yourself one. That was the principle for upgrades. Here's a brief showcase of how the games looked on original Galaxy computer.

Amazon Alexa (right) has great many skills. Many of those skills are categorized as games and it was only a matter of time until it found itself on MobyGames. While many skills are entertaining, not all are actual games. Skill groups help determine that a bit, but best way is always to try it out, seeing how they're all free. What does Alexa game "look" like? Well, a word speaks 1000 of pictures ;))
Submitted by MAT (185132) on Jul 20, 20183 comments
LOTS of new (old) platforms added to MobyGames!
Largely because Vedder is adding a mountain of old games in his attempt to document early titles better (look at 1976's much-augmented list, for example) Kabushi has added all of the below game platforms recently: PCs: Altair 8800, HP 9800, Intel 8008, Intel 8080, KIM-1, Microtan 65, SWTPC 6800, Tektronix 4050, Zilog Z80; Consoles: Bubble, Interton Video 2000, Tele-Spiel ES-2201, Telstar Arcade. And Vedder has added more since then which he can mention in the comments to this news story if he wants, haha.

Oh, and we added the Pokitto too! Go us!
Submitted by Simon Carless (1808) on Jul 15, 20185 comments
New MobyGoal (& apologies for downtime!)
Thanks to everyone for bearing with us through some site downtime a couple of days ago. Our (slightly old site) had its 'task manager' malfunction, so it required some complex surgery from Reed & special guest helper Brian H! Seems to be working now, but feel free to post or PM if you see anything amiss.

Secondly, we took advantage of the editing to add a new stretch MobyGoal - 7,000 iPhone games. Yep, we know they're not such a popular area to add for contributors, but there are a lot of smartphone games played by millions and not yet documented, so we thought we'd ask nicely!
Submitted by Simon Carless (1808) on Jun 22, 20181 comments
Some more great MobyGames users (& their milestones!)
Following up from the last post about this, and noting some of the congratulations mentioned in the news comments, wanted to point out:

- Rainer S, who does an amazing job of adding cover art for German titles in particular, is now over 100k MobyPoints, one of a select few (less than 15!) to ever do that.

- The incredibly methodical Piltdown Man is now over the 150k points mark - thanks to him for adding a lot of obscure PC shareware games of recent.

Thanks to these two, and please post other user milestones in the comments as you see them!
Submitted by Simon Carless (1808) on May 27, 201813 comments
REMINDER: come hang on the MobyGames Discord!
Just a brief reminder that the MobyGames Discord server is open to all past, current & future Moby contributors.

It's a real-time chat service where various regulars talk about MobyGames contributions, game collecting, and other random fun facts. See you there!
Submitted by Simon Carless (1808) on May 19, 20180 comments

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Tip Of The Day

Cruisin' for contribution points, but don't know what to add? Try an Advertising Blurb! Many of the games in the database have full back covers, but no Ad Blurb. A nearly-unlimited supply of free Contribution Points can be yours if you pull up said back covers and enter the text in as an Ad Blurb with Back Cover as the source. You don't even need to own the game! Cool, eh?   more tips

Current MobyGoal

7000 iPhone Games (17%)

17% Complete

We need 1449 more iPhone games documented to complete this goal!

This Day In Gaming

1978
Star Trek
Commodore PET/CBM version released. (United States)
1989
Genocide
Sharp X68000 version released. (Japan)
Dungeons of Kairn
DOS version released. (United States)
1990
Drive-In
DOS version released. (Worldwide)
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