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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!
Submitted by Simon Carless (1851) on Feb 24, 20144 comments
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
Submitted by Simon Carless (1851) on Feb 20, 20140 comments
Weekly Whale' for Feb 17th - go go go!
Time for another Weekly Whale! We're back to a Top 5 for the week, and there sure are a lot of things going on here - from completed platforms to new tech updates to a MobyGoal update. Read on here!
Submitted by Simon Carless (1851) on Feb 18, 20140 comments
Dungeon Keeper free on GoG!
The classic Bullfrog game, Dungeon Keeper (1997), is currently free on GoG for 48 hours!

Additionally they have a deal on Dungeon Keeper 2 for a mere $1.49.
Submitted by MobyReed (80) on Feb 14, 201416 comments
'Weekly Whale' for Feb. 9th - site updates galore!
Time for another Weekly Whale, and boy, there's been a few things going on this week - particularly on the code side of things. Let's check 'em out in a special code-centric 'Weekly Whale' update.
Submitted by Simon Carless (1851) on Feb 10, 20140 comments
MobyGames' 'Weekly Whale' for Feb. 2nd
Time for another Weekly Whale, as we continue to get on with the important job of preserving video game history - at a pretty awesome clip, as well! Let's have a brisk trot through what's changed and what's new this week - which is still quite a lot!
Submitted by Simon Carless (1851) on Feb 03, 20140 comments
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