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  2. RayCrisis - Wikipedia

    Genre (s) Scrolling shooter. Mode (s) Single-player. Arcade system. Taito G-NET. RayCrisis [b] is a 1998 vertically scrolling shooter arcade video game developed and published by Taito. A PlayStation home release was published in 2000 as RayCrisis: Series Termination. It is the third in the Ray series of games, serving as a prequel to RayForce .

  3. List of Dragon Age media - Wikipedia

    The Dragon Age video games have been influential and successful; the release of the first main series game in 2009 was credited for contributing towards a resurgence in popularity for western role-playing video games and inspiring imitators, while Inquisition won multiple Game of The Year awards and is the most successful video game launch in ...

  4. All your base are belong to us - Wikipedia

    In November 2000, Kansas City computer programmer and part-time disc jockey Jeffrey Ray Roberts (1977–2011), of the gabber band The Laziest Men on Mars, made a techno dance track, "Invasion of the Gabber Robots," which remixed some of the Zero Wing video game music with a voice-over of the phrase, "All your base are belong to us".

  5. Ray William Johnson - Wikipedia

    Ray William Johnson (born 1981–1982) is an American internet celebrity best known for his eponymous YouTube channel and his web series on that channel, Equals Three. In 2013, the channel surpassed 10 million subscribers and had over 2 billion views, making it one of the most watched and subscribed to channels at the time.

  6. Flash Gordon - Wikipedia

    Games. The Flash Gordon & the Warriors of Mongo role-playing game was released by Fantasy Games Unlimited in 1977. The Savage World of Flash Gordon Roleplaying Game written by Scott Alan Woodard was released by Pinnacle Entertainment Group in 2018. Flash Gordon (pinball) DVD releases

  7. Mongo (fictional planet) - Wikipedia

    The 1977 Fantasy Games Unlimited role-playing game Flash Gordon & the Warriors of Mongo used the planet Mongo as its setting. The game was designed by science fiction writer Lin Carter and game designer Scott Bizar. Players took the role of rebels attempting to recruit the various peoples of Mongo to rebel against Ming.

  8. Ruffle (software) - Wikipedia

    MIT license, Apache License 2.0. Website. ruffle .rs. Ruffle is a free and open source emulator for playing Adobe Flash (SWF) animation files. Following the deprecation and discontinuation of Adobe Flash Player in January 2021, some websites adopted Ruffle to allow users for continual viewing and interaction with legacy Flash Player content.

  9. The Illustrated Man - Wikipedia

    The script was by producer Howard B. Kreitsek. The film contains adaptations of "The Veldt", "The Long Rain", and "The Last Night of the World" and expands the prologue and epilogue with intermittent scenes and flashbacks of how the illustrations came to be.