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Darfur is Dying

Darfur is Dying

2006  
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Darfur is Dying - Wikipedia Darfur is Dying is a flash-based browser game about the crisis in Darfur, western Sudan. The game won the Darfur Digital Activist Contest sponsored by mtvU. Released in April 2006, more than 800,000 people had played by September. It is classified as ...   more on Wikipedia

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Yumeria

Yumeria

2003  Visual novel - Sony PlayStation 2
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Yumeria - Wikipedia Yumeria (ゆめりあ?) is a manga series and a PlayStation 2 video game created by Namco. The video game and manga were both initially released in Japan in 2003. Studio Deen produced a 12-episode comedy, adventure, anime TV series broadc ...   more on Wikipedia
Rygar

Rygar

1986  Platform - Sega Master System Nintendo Entertainment System - 2 players, separate turns  
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Rygar - Wikipedia Rygar is a video game created by Tecmo in 1986 and originally released for arcades in Japan as Warrior of Argus (アルゴスの戦士, Arugosu no Senshi?). It is a scrolling platform game where the player assumes the role as the ...   more on Wikipedia
Silpheed

Silpheed

1986  Shooter - Sega Mega-CD - Single player  
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Silpheed - Wikipedia Silpheed (シルフィード?) is a video game developed by Game Arts and designed by Takeshi Miyaji. It made its debut on the Japanese PC-8801 in 1986, and was ported to the Fujitsu FM-7 and MS-DOS formats soon after. It was later ...   more on Wikipedia