(Edited by Corn Popper (69585), Mar 01, 2012)13 years today... more platforms added
Corn Popper (69585), Mar 01, 2012
Today is MobyGames' anniversary.... 13 years old
Also added some new platforms... SEGA Pico, Pippin and RCA Studio II
Happy anniversary, MG! I'm here only a few years and I really enjoy the site so far.
Thirteen years, in the on-line world that's practically ancient!
Happy anniversary! I've been 11 years with MG already :)
Great, new platforms keep coming!
Please add Sharp X1, Fujitsu FM-7, and PC-6001 soon!
Wow, hard to believe I've been here 11 years too!
Another system I would love to see is Sega SG-1000. Hope to see it added soon :)
Happy anniversary to all of us! I've been here for 10 years now and I'm not leaving any time soon. =)
Now that MG's hit the teens, is it going to have a Kevin and Perry phase?
She'll be stealing mom's make-up and whining about going to late night parties and...
In all seriousness though, MobyGames is older than "all-knowing" Wikipedia - for Internet that's ancient times! I'd like to thank its creators not only for their ingenuity, but also for perseverance.
Also their commitment to their original design scheme 8)
see moby went up by 3 platforms but FM Towns Marty went missing.
(Edited by vedder (18684), Mar 02, 2012)Re: 13 years today... more platforms added
vedder (18684), Mar 02, 2012
There were as far we could tell no Marty exclusive games, they all worked on the vanilla FM Towns. So the decision was made to merge those two platforms.
...and we're past 64000 game entries today!
Next milestone at 65535 :D
(Edited by chirinea (31388), Mar 04, 2012)Re: 13 years today... more platforms added
chirinea (31388), Mar 04, 2012
Sorry, couldn't resist.
Yeah yeah. My first association too. However, read in PediWikia about the the console. Meh, I wonder if anyone has it.
I doubt it. The console wasn't a success by any measure and Apple's chic image has pushed prices up to the $400-$600 range. This for a game console with barely any games. It's also somewhat strange given that the Pippin ran a bare-bones version of Mac OS 7.5.2. Meaning that, as far as I know, all of the games can be convinced to run on an old Mac.
Hey, if you ever decide to add the R-Zone as a platform I will totally be an approver for it. Just say'n.