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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: BlacklistNew PlayStation 3 cover by リカルド・フィリペ | Today, 03:57 AM
The Walking DeadNew PlayStation 3 cover by mars_rulez | Today, 03:57 AM
Return.New promo image by lights out 10000 | Yesterday, 11:29 PM
KKND2: KrossfireNew promo image by Hallfiry | Yesterday, 11:28 PM

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Microchess (Zilog Z80)Added by vedder | Today, 04:02 AM
Halo: Fireteam Raven (Arcade)Added by Kennyannydenny | Today, 03:56 AM
Tele-Games Electronic Games: Motocross Sports Center IV (Dedicated console)Added by vedder | Yesterday, 07:50 PM
Stunt Cycle (Dedicated console)Added by vedder | Yesterday, 07:49 PM

New Screenshots more

Saturday Night Slam Masters

SNES

by リカルド・フィリペ

Serpent

Game Boy

by リカルド・フィリペ

The Bard's Tale Construction Set

Amiga

by snuf

Gateway to the Savage Frontier

Amiga

by snuf

New Cover Art more

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist

by リカルド・フィリペ

The Walking Dead

by mars_rulez

Might and Magic: Clouds of Xeen

by jeroen klop

Gangland

by Rainer S

New Promo Art more

Return.

by lights out 10000

KKND2: Krossfire

by Hallfiry

RiME

by jaXen

Bushido Blade

by Virgil

New Reviews

Front cover

Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition

"Final Schizophrenia"

by Oleg Roschin on Yesterday, 09:29 PM
Front cover

Shadowgate

"Early dungeon point and click puzzler, a little "mature""

by Andrew Fisher on Aug 04, 2018
Front cover

Back to Baghdad

"A totally underrated yet Not-Yet-Done F-16 sim."

by Pin Fox on Aug 03, 2018
Front cover

The Evil Within

"Lost in the mind maze"

by krisko6 on Aug 01, 2018

MobyGames News

MobyGames - more approvers wanted.
Just a quick note - if you are a regular contributor to MobyGames, or would like to help us out after having contributed, we're looking for new approvers!

Your job (should you choose to accept it) is to scour the submission queues for info and verify that the user-submitted data is correct before it goes up on our website. We're also looking for existing approvers to expand their scope to new queues/platforms. Either way, please PM me and I can sort you out!
Submitted by Simon Carless (1810) on Aug 16, 20183 comments
Milestones: congrats, GTramp & mars_rulez!
As we cruise through the summer months, wanted to highlight a couple of notable MobyGames contributors who just reached new milestones in terms of MobyPoints:

- GTramp, who has added all kinds of things but has been particularly strong on screenshots (13,000 so far!) has made it over 60,000 MobyPoints.

- mars_rulez, who is invaluable for adding brand new releases for PC and digital console, just made it over 40,000 points. So many thanks to him, too!
Submitted by Simon Carless (1810) on Aug 12, 20184 comments
Tech specs on MobyGames - overview available!
Do we have necessary requirements for user to enter tech specs for a specific game? Well, one obvious way is to go add the game or tech specs, and see if it's available.

Now, the easier way is simply to visit this updated 'Tech Specs' page and see if anything is missing and how data is grouped. That page lists all tech specs that currently exist on MobyGames, regardless of the platforms to which each spec is attached.

Feel free to comment on potential issues in the forum thread attached to this post!
Submitted by MAT (184686) on Jul 28, 20186 comments
New platforms: Galaksija and Amazon Alexa
In the past few days a couple more platforms have been added, so a brief introduction is in order...



Galaksija (left) was a do-it-yourself (DIY) computer made in ex-Yugoslavia in 1983. It used monochromatic monitor and text-mode graphics (two year later Galaksija Plus introduced hi-res mode with polygon graphics). How to assemble the computer was done in a magazine so everyone's computer looked a bit different. You wanted a joystick to play games? Take a soldering iron and build yourself one. That was the principle for upgrades. Here's a brief showcase of how the games looked on original Galaxy computer.

Amazon Alexa (right) has great many skills. Many of those skills are categorized as games and it was only a matter of time until it found itself on MobyGames. While many skills are entertaining, not all are actual games. Skill groups help determine that a bit, but best way is always to try it out, seeing how they're all free. What does Alexa game "look" like? Well, a word speaks 1000 of pictures ;))
Submitted by MAT (184686) on Jul 20, 20183 comments
LOTS of new (old) platforms added to MobyGames!
Largely because Vedder is adding a mountain of old games in his attempt to document early titles better (look at 1976's much-augmented list, for example) Kabushi has added all of the below game platforms recently: PCs: Altair 8800, HP 9800, Intel 8008, Intel 8080, KIM-1, Microtan 65, SWTPC 6800, Tektronix 4050, Zilog Z80; Consoles: Bubble, Interton Video 2000, Tele-Spiel ES-2201, Telstar Arcade. And Vedder has added more since then which he can mention in the comments to this news story if he wants, haha.

Oh, and we added the Pokitto too! Go us!
Submitted by Simon Carless (1810) on Jul 15, 20185 comments

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Tip Of The Day

If you're having trouble determining the exact year a game was published, check the title screen of the game, then the manual, then the fine print on the box. If those are unavailable, look at the dates of the files themselves. When all else fails, crack open a hex editor and start looking through the game code -- programmers usually jam copyright strings and other useful information in the game executable.   more tips

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7000 iPhone Games (22%)

22% Complete

We need 1361 more iPhone games documented to complete this goal!

This Day In Gaming

1987
Valis: The Fantasm Soldier
NES version released. (Japan)
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Atari ST version released. (Germany)
1989
Shingen the Ruler
NES version released. (Japan)
1991
A Ressha de Ikō
NES version released. (Japan)
3D Maze
Windows 3.x version released. (Worldwide)
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