The little bugger removed the link.
Our good friends at http://gamemag.ru still haven't deleted the data they stole from us. Compare;http://gamemag.ru/?act=db
I sent an email to their CEO Alexander Loginov and here is his response; Hey,
The parts of the base are deleted, but the "MobyGames TM Copyright © 1999-2003", doesn't mean anything in international law. We have a good consultation with our lawyer and he told us that you can't do anything against us. Also we could make the mirrors of your base and kill your site at one snap. We could make you run out of money by covering your base in better design and make it's more user friendly. BUT I'M IN GOOD MOOD TODAY. Even the devil could smile sometimes. So live on and sleep well. The code of your base is not there anymore. Bye, see you in afterlife. GOODBYE KISSES.
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CEO & Editor of GameMAG
All your base are belong to us. Have a great day.
. No matter the size of the donation you will get a bronze star (
) next to your name. Lastly we signed up a new ad network. Hopefully Burst Media! will be better than those other crooks or we'll throw them on the heap of losers as well. Have a great weekend.
I've put out a minor update to MobyGames, and I wanted to share what's
changed with the recent release. Here's a brief summary.Changes to release information
- Comments can be entered for release information
- Patches can only be entered for platforms which have
Various bug fixes
- game rating page sometimes displayed incorrect number of
- the first year a game was published was sometimes incorrectly
displayed in various places (company sheet, developer sheet, etc)
- clicking the finish button when submitting cover/package scans
didn't take you to the finished page.
- new credits show up in the recently modified game page.
- various formatting fixes for the Opera and Safari browsers.
- small other fixes
Oh yeah vote for MobyGames
at the Webby Awards. :)
writes, "Anyone that used to submit any covers that were taken from other
websites, you should put in a cover correction for each game cover you
submitted or scan an actual cover and submit it as a replacement.
Also, those of you who have submitted covers from countries other than the
US and did not note this in your cover submission, could you submit a
correction if the country is not noted or is listed incorrectly. This just
ensures that MobyGames has the most accurate information.
If you ever submitted covers for a game and did not submit the front cover
because there was one already on file, well, that front cover might not be
there now. Many of the front cover submissions have been removed. So go and
check out the site... there are points to be had.
If you have recently received notification that you had a cover rejected and
need further explanation as to why it was rejected or want to disbute the
rejection then you can email email@example.com."
has pointed out, "Servo
just became the third contributor in the history of mankind ever to reach 10000 MobyGames contribution points. His name will be remembered in generations to come, together with such legends as MAT
Attention MobyGamers! The Webby Awards nominations were announced today. Somehow there was a mistake and Mobygames was not nominated. Well let's correct this problem and begin a write in campaign to MobyGames and all your hard work the recognition it deserves. Go to the People's Voice
section and vote for MobyGames in the games category. Please keep in mind you will have to register with a valid email address. We know that kinda sucks, but we really appreciate your vote.
Yesterday was a big day for MobyGames. We added support for four new major platforms; Commodore 64, Atari 2600 orignally called Atari Video Computer System, ColecoVision and Intellivision. This brings the total of systems supported by MobyGames up to 30.