User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)

Game Updates [ more ]

Jewels of Babylon
New Commodore 64 credits by FatherJack | Today, 12:13 AM
LEGO Batman: The Mobile Game
New J2ME credits by GTramp | Yesterday, 11:05 PM
Sleepwalker's Journey
New BlackBerry cover by LepricahnsGold | Yesterday, 10:47 PM
Sleepwalker's Journey
New iPad cover by LepricahnsGold | Yesterday, 10:46 PM
Jeepers Creepers
New Trivia by FatherJack | Yesterday, 08:01 PM
Hyper Viper
New Trivia by FatherJack | Dec 19, 2014

New Games [ more ]

Jewels of Babylon (Commodore 64)
Added by FatherJack | Today, 12:12 AM
Phantasmagoria of Flower View (Windows)
Added by 666gonzo666 | Yesterday, 11:17 PM
Iko San (Windows 3.x)
Added by piltdown_man | Yesterday, 11:11 PM
Iko San (DOS)
Added by piltdown_man | Yesterday, 11:11 PM
LEGO Batman: The Mobile Game (J2ME)
Added by GTramp | Yesterday, 11:03 PM
The Racetrack (TRS-80)
Added by The Maverick | Yesterday, 05:33 PM

New Screenshots

Jewels of Babylon screenshots by FatherJack

Phantasmagoria of Flower View screenshots by 666gonzo666

LEGO Batman: The Mobile Game screenshots by GTramp

BROFORCE! Brototype screenshots by menschenfeind

VaBank screenshots by Karsa Orlong

Brydż screenshots by Karsa Orlong

Jeepers Creepers screenshots by FatherJack

Maluch Racer screenshots by Karsa Orlong

New Reviews [ more ]

Front cover
Ultima IX: Ascension
"Am I the only Ultima fan who loves this game?"

Front cover
Test Drive: Off-Road - Wide Open
"Solid off-road racer lacking in features"

Front cover
BioShock 2: The Protector Trials
"An excellent DLC for BioShock 2 that deserves to be brought"

Front cover
Wasteland 2
"A synthetic experience"


MobyGames News

All Neo Geo Pocket Color games now documented!
A cute little milestone here - 666gonzo666 points out that, now he's added Baseball Stars, every single Neo Geo Pocket Color game (all 36!) are now up on MobyGames. Hurray!
Submitted by Simon Carless (45) on Nov 26, 20146 comments
4,000 C64 games - & goodbye to valued contributors!
Thanks to Karsa Orlong for pointing out that we've just shot past 4,000 games for the Commodore 64 - an impressive milestone! Looks like a lot of this is due to the powerhouse known as FatherJack going through missing games alphabetically - thanks to him and ALL who are contributing to the tally here!

Also, sad news - a couple of contributors have hung up their spurs. The artist sometimes known as joyvalley (and thf) has left the building, and as a #3 all-time contributor, we're incredibly appreciative for his work. The same is true for Top 10 all-time contributor MAT, who is also no longer hitting the submit button :/ Maybe we'll see them back in the future, but if not, we'd like to thank them for their tireless preservation of video game history!

[Final bonus news item - Kabushi has added the Coleco Adam & Camputers Lynx systems (!) as MobyGames platforms, yay as we try to complete our portfolio. You can add games, now and if you'd like to add tech specs, see this thread.]
Submitted by Simon Carless (45) on Nov 23, 20148 comments
DRM-FREE Fall Sale at GOG
GOG's DRM-free big fall sale has begun. Up to 90% off on 700+ games. And for the next 48 hours Mount & Blade is available for free!
Submitted by MobyReed (62) on Nov 12, 20141 comments
New MobyGoal - 3,500 Amiga games!
Following our success in getting to 1500 arcade games, we're switching to our old friend the Commodore Amiga! Right now, we have 3107 games listed for it, and our new MobyGoal - displayed on the front page of the site prominently - is to get to 3500 titles in total. Ready, set.... document!
Submitted by Simon Carless (45) on Nov 07, 20143 comments
1,500 Arcade Games Documented
Just earlier this year we added the arcade platform, and as of today we've achieved the milestone of 1,500+ documented arcade games!

Every single entry (at minimum) includes description, release info, genres, publisher and developer. Many including screenshots, credits and trivia, with more being added all the time.

Thanks to all contributors and approvers for helping document these important pieces of game history.

Some notable entries include: Centipede, Donkey Kong, Double Dragon, Galaga, Gauntlet, Golden Axe, Gradius, Joust, Mortal Kombat, Ms. Pac-Man, Paperboy, Rampage, Smash T.V., The Simpsons, Space Invaders
Submitted by MobyReed (62) on Oct 22, 20143 comments

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Tip Of The Day

Hints, Tips, and Tricks aren't necessarily for cheat codes; in fact, if you have any helpful hint about a game, contribute it even if it isn't related to cheating. Lots of MobyGames users have contributed gaming strategies, alternate ending paths, and more. You don't have to be a cheater to use our tips!   more tips

Current MobyGoal

3,500 Amiga Games (89%)

89% Complete

We need 364 more Amiga games documented to complete this goal!

This Day In Gaming

1985
Super Tennis
SEGA Master System version released. (Japan)
TransBot
SEGA Master System version released. (Japan)
1987
Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord
NES version released. (Japan)
R.B.I. Baseball 2
NES version released. (Japan)
Metal Gear
NES version released. (Japan)
1988
Tetris
NES version released. (Japan)
Appare! Gateball
TurboGrafx-16 version released. (Japan)
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