Difference between revisions of "WEC Museum acquisitions"

From West Elmira Computers Museum
Jump to navigation Jump to search
(fix link)
(fix link)
Line 214: Line 214:
 
***''[[Hermes]]'' for [[Dreamcast]] (retail) - developer: [[Retroguru]], publisher: [[DragonBox]]
 
***''[[Hermes]]'' for [[Dreamcast]] (retail) - developer: [[Retroguru]], publisher: [[DragonBox]]
 
***''[[Stikbold! A Dodgeball Adventure]]'' for [[PlayStation 4]] (digital) - developer: [[Game Swing]], publisher: [[Reign Bros.]]
 
***''[[Stikbold! A Dodgeball Adventure]]'' for [[PlayStation 4]] (digital) - developer: [[Game Swing]], publisher: [[Reign Bros.]]
**January 8: [[Nintendo GameCube]] (platinum console) - designer: [[Nintendo Integrated Research & Development|Nintendo IRD]], manufacturer: [[Nintendo]]
+
**January 8: [[Nintendo]] [[GameCube]] (platinum console) - designer: [[Nintendo Integrated Research & Development|Nintendo IRD]], manufacturer: [[Nintendo]]
 
**January 19:  
 
**January 19:  
 
***[[Carmageddon TDR 2000]] for [[Windows]] (digital via [[GOG.com]]) - developer: [[Torus Games]], publisher: [[Stainless Games]]
 
***[[Carmageddon TDR 2000]] for [[Windows]] (digital via [[GOG.com]]) - developer: [[Torus Games]], publisher: [[Stainless Games]]

Revision as of 22:54, 10 November 2019

This page includes WEC Museum acquisitions, including both hardware and software, sorted by date of addition.

WEC Museum Aquisitions