Open Amiga Game Database Alternatives

    Open Amiga Game Database is described as 'This an open game configuration database for Amiga games with liberal usage terms, where anyone can submit content/fixes' and is an website in the Gaming Software category. There are seven alternatives to Open Amiga Game Database, not only websites but also apps for. The best alternative is Metacritic, which is free. Other great sites and apps similar to Open Amiga Game Database are MobyGames (Free), GameFAQs (Free), whatoplay (Free) and videogamegeek.com (Free).

    This page was last updated May 4, 2020

    1. Metacritic aggregates music, game, tv, and movie reviews from the leading critics. Only Metacritic.com uses METASCORES, which let you know at a glance how each item was reviewed.
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    2. MobyGames is the oldest, largest and most accurate video game database for games of every platform since 1979.


    3. GameFAQs is an online archive of video and computer game information, codes, walkthroughs, hints, message boards, save games files, and of course, FAQs.
    4. A video game database that aggregates and monitor the latest, the best and the upcoming video games on all active gaming platforms, including PC, PlayStation, Xbox, Android and iOS.
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      Lemon Amiga is a hobby project founded and created by me, Kim Lemon, a 37 year old (my age is updated automatically thanks to PHP) man from Sweden.
    6. Most games in the database are of the boxed, commercial variety but there are exceptions: Licenceware games are considered commercial enough to be included.
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