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Although Wikipedia generally moves its gaming content to Wikibooks, we can import stuff straight from Wikipedia. Content can generally be found in Category:Move to gaming wiki and Category:Video games game guide cleanup. Other locations to check regularly are Wikipedia:WikiProject Video games/Deletion and Wikipedia:WikiProject Deletion sorting/Game-related.
The list of potential Wikia wikis to import is compiled from manual spidering of Wikia's gaming and computer games categories, along with investigations into how much activity is occurring on each wiki. This list is far from complete.
|Supreme Commander||Little||Medium||User:DrBob — discussion petered out|
|Red Alert 2||None||Small||No|
|Age of Empires||Lots||Medium/Large||No|
|Gears of War||Moderate||Small||No|
|Doom and Doom-engine games (e.g. Heretic, Strife)||Moderate||Medium/Large||Yes — editor adding this wiki is one of the admins there|
There are also other wikis with whom we may form partnerships or mergers.
|Star Trek Games||Some||Large||No|
|AdventureQuest Worlds Wiki||Lots||Large||No|
|Dragon Fable Wiki||Some||Medium||Yes|
|Rose Online Wiki||Little||Small||No|
Believe it or not, other, non-wiki websites also host walkthroughs which could be merged. Here's a list:
|A site with a large number of quality adventure game walkthroughs.||User:DrBob — negative reply|
|Large number of good lists for RPGs.||User:DrBob — negative reply|