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The Cross-Wiki Week is an annual event hosted by the Nintendo Independent Wiki Alliance (NIWA), held to celebrate Nintendo's birthday. The purpose of the event is to promote cooperation by inviting editors to contribute to wikis they don't regularly edit. At the end of the event, two winners will receive a $20/€20 Nintendo eShop gift card for participating! The 2023 Cross-Wiki Week will take place from Saturday, 23 September, to Sunday, 1 October. For more info, please have a look at the Cross Wiki Week 2023 page.

New for 2023: When saving an edit, add #cww to your edit summary to be counted for the event.

New users[edit]

Some important pages to read before editing:

List of NIWA members and affiliates[edit]

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Arms Institute[edit]

Bulbapedia (Pokemon)[edit]


Drawn to Life Wapopedia[edit]

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Fire Emblem[edit]


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Golden Sun Universe[edit]

Hard Drop (Tetris)[edit]

Consult Category:Tetris for all titles. For releases of the game with the simple title Tetris:

  • Tetris (Mirrorsoft): Published in Europe in 1988. Among the first commercially distributed releases of Tetris.
  • Tetris (Spectrum Holobyte): Published in the United States in 1988 by the American sister company of Mirrorsoft. Among the first commercially distributed releases of Tetris.
  • Tetris (BPS): Published in Japan in 1988 for multiple home computers and the Famicom. Development lead by Henk Rogers.
  • Tetris (Sega): Released in Japan in 1988. This version was converted for play on the Mega Drive, but Sega cancelled its release.
  • Tetris (Atari): The American arcade game which Atari used as a template for its Tengen releases on the NES.
  • Tetris (Tengen): The unlicensed NES game which was released before Nintendo's official release. Served as the basis for Vs. Tetris in arcades.
  • Tetris (NES): The licensed NES game produced by Nintendo.
  • Tetris (Game Boy): The pack-in cartridge that helped propel Nintendo's first handheld system to popularity.

After the Game Boy version, many Tetris titles begin to vary in order to differentiate themselves. However, a few more instances of game being released under the original title appear:

Icaruspedia (Kid Icarus)[edit]

Inkipedia (Splatoon)[edit]

Kingdom Hearts[edit]

Kovopedia (Magical Series)[edit]

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Lylat Wiki (Star Fox)[edit]

Metroid Wiki[edit]

Mystery Dungeon Franchise[edit]

Nookipedia (Animal Crossing)[edit]

Pikipedia (Pikmin)[edit]

Rhythm Heaven[edit]



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Super Mario Wiki[edit]


Donkey Kong[edit]



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Wars Wiki[edit]

WikiBound (Mother)[edit]


Xeno Series[edit]

Zelda Wiki[edit]

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NIWA Affiliates[edit]




JoJo's Bizarre Encyclopedia[edit]

Wikifang (Telefang)[edit]

No pages for the games exist.

Wikimon (Digimon)[edit]


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