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Weekly Whale - March 10th, 2014!
Check things out right here for the latest Weekly Whale at MobyGames, featuring a spectacular milestone for FatherJack, latest code updates, success from the 'Find A Game' forum, the quest for Facebook games, and a question about the next MobyGoal! Read it now...
New forum opened (Find a Game)
Trying to find an old game, but can't remember the name of it?
We've opened a new forum just for this purpose. Simply post a thread with whatever you remember about the game and our many experts will help you. No matter how old or obscure, they will likely find it!
Weekly Whale _is_ Site Update/Redesign - Feb 23rd
Hey folks - in lieu of a full Weekly Whale update, we've rolled out a bumper site redesign today, which you can find Reed talking about over on the forums - header and footer changes, sidebar links being moved to the top, and all other manner of neatness. Feedback and comments are being addressed in real-time so feel free to chime in!
New platform - Amstrad PCW
Rejoice, for a new platform is here - the Amstrad PCW - the Wikipedia page has more, but it's British, astoundingly ugly in an '80s type way, and it certainly has a few games for it!
We did a stealth launch to make sure everything was working, so you'll see 13 games added already, including Tetris and awesome Magnetic Scrolls adventure game The Pawn. So - have at it
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Tip Of The Day
1,000 Arcade Games
Thanks to all contributors for helping MobyGames achieve this goal! A new goal will be coming soon.
Hitman was almost always a game with weak story and weak implementation of assassinating targets, but as with the Tomb Raider series, the Squaresoft name behind it made it right.
While the game can use stealth much better than previous instalments, you can go all guns blazing and it'll work just fine, even better than before. But for the first time stealth in this franchise is implemented right, or at least much closer to being right. And on top of that, the game features quite an interesting story, nicely voice-acted badguys, and more than enough approaches to solidify the name of the game. Finest game in the series with little to no mishaps.
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