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His particular concentration on Commodore systems has meant all kinds of useful screenshots that may not be available elsewhere online right now, from Tynesoft's Autobahn to the fun (& relatively new!) Sheepoid DX plus Woolly Jumper, as well as the super oddly named Joe & The Serif. Anyhow, thanks to him - and keep up the great work!
Some of the neatest ones recently have been the (slightly terrible) Awesome Possum Kicks Dr. Machino's Butt, the definitely obscure Dr Ruth's Computer Game Of Good Sex, the classic/much-missed No One Lives Forever, & lots more. Thanks to Katie Cadet, Plokite_Wolf, Tony Denis, Virgil, & all regular contributors to this section.
Earlier this year, MobyGames launched a 'dedicated console' platform, recognizing that there's a lot of 'many games in one' TV games out there that don't have a central place to get documented.
Thus far contributors have added everything from the NES Classic to bizarre official Mega Drive x guitar games, and lots more besides. There's even a dedicated Tic-Tac-Toe machine from 1956 in the mix somewhere - and lots of Pong-like machines, of course.
Thanks to all MobyGames contributors that helped so far - and yes, we have a 'dedicated handheld' section too, for all you Game & Watch fans.
Sure, we're over 136,000 games on the DB, but the new milestones of note are that we've made it to 400,000 pieces of cover art, and 250,000 pieces of promotional art. Thanks to ALL MobyGames contributors who've made that happen. (For comparison, only 4 years ago we had 72,000 games, 226,000 pieces of cover art, and 0 pieces of promo art!) Great work...
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Tip Of The DayOccasionally, a slip of the finger creates a duplicate developer entry. If you come across people in the database that are listed separately but are actually the same person, let us know by submitting a developer correction from one of the developer pages so that we can merge them together. Having one entry for one person is very important, for reasons of referential integrity and proper correlations to other games and developers. more tips
4500 iPhone Games (78%)
We need 110 more iPhone games documented to complete this goal!
The game at heart is quite arcade-y and doesn't take itself too seriously: there's no damage model or parts management, or realistic physics model. However where it does shine - is its garage and selection of the vehicles. Every Chevrolet Corvette made from '53 to '03 is here.
And while the game is not on par with Porsche Unleashed, this attention to detail is really made Corvette stand out. Too bad that at its racing heart it's not that complex at all.
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Macintosh version released. (United States)
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Dedicated handheld version released. (United States)
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NES version released. (Japan)
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