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  2. List of city-building video games - Wikipedia

    Grizzly Games Fantasy WIN, OSX, LIN Casual city builder with low-poly aesthetic 2019: Anno 1800: Blue Byte: Historical: WIN: Industrialization-age exploration building sim 2019 Rise to Ruins: Raymond Doerr Fantasy WIN, OSX, LIN Indie city-builder with survival and god game elements 2020: Builders of Egypt: Strategy Labs: Historical: WIN

  3. Ice hockey at the Olympic Games - Wikipedia

    The team was forced to forfeit a game against Poland but went on to win the silver medal, which Pospíšil also received. Jarosław Morawiecki Poland: 1988: Testosterone: 18-month suspension from IIHF The Polish team was allowed to continue playing without Morawiecki, but were stripped of two points they earned in a victory over France.

  4. Basketball at the 1956 Summer Olympics - Wikipedia

    Fifteen nations, an unusually low number for the basketball tournament, competed in the event, with 174 participants. A total number of 56 games of basketball were played. The teams were divided into four pools, with four teams in three of the pools and only three in the fourth. Every team played against each other team in its pool once.

  5. Walt Disney Studios (Burbank) - Wikipedia

    Formerly known as the Team Disney Burbank building, Team Disney – The Michael D. Eisner Building is the main building located at the Walt Disney Studios. Completed in 1990 and designed by Michael Graves , the Team Disney Burbank building contains the office of Executive Chairman Robert A. Iger , CEO Bob Chapek , as well as the boardroom for ...

  6. Washington Capitals - Wikipedia

    The team, however, played close in every game, playing in 42 one-goal games, although losing two-thirds of those games. Ovechkin's rookie season exceeded the hype, as he led all 2005–06 NHL rookies in goals, points, power-play goals and shots.

  7. Iowa State Cyclones football - Wikipedia

    When Veenker joined Iowa State, the team was coming off a winless season in 1930 and had lost 16 consecutive games dating back to October 1929. In his first year, the 1931 team defeated Missouri 20–0, Oklahoma 13–12, and Kansas State 7–6, compiling a 5–3 record and finishing in second place in the Big Six Conference.

  8. Basketball - Wikipedia

    Basketball is a team sport in which two teams, most commonly of five players each, opposing one another on a rectangular court, compete with the primary objective of shooting a basketball (approximately 9.4 inches (24 cm) in diameter) through the defender's hoop (a basket 18 inches (46 cm) in diameter mounted 10 feet (3.048 m) high to a backboard at each end of the court, while preventing the ...

  9. Psygnosis - Wikipedia

    Psygnosis was the eventual successor of the defunct 8-bit software house Imagine Software, where Lawson was one of the founders and Hetherington was financial director.. Finchspeed, a company created by the directors, attempted to acquire the assets of the failing company but this was unsuccessful and the remains of Imagine, including their much-hyped but never completed "megagames", were sold ...