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Arms Institute[edit]

Bulbapedia (Pokemon)[edit]


Drawn to Life Wapopedia[edit]

Many of these pages are not made yet. A series nav should be created once more of these pages are made.

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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Not technically NIWA but are related enough or are affiliates with member sites.


Mega Man Wiki[edit]


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