MkMoveList

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  1. Yes! They're almost all MK guides. I have ~18 MK guides. The notable guides are Tips & Tricks collectors edition Mortal Kombat 4 strategy guide, Gamefan's official MK Trilogy strategy guide (it's a shame Gamefans are not allowed here, I consider this MKT guide to be a very high quality guide..or do we make exceptions for strategy guides? ), Prima's Ultimate MK3 official arcade secrets by Chris Rice and Simon Hill - another guide I consider to be high quality, GamePro's official Mortal Kombat strategy guide, Prima's MK Trilogy official game secrets by Simon Hill, Prima's MK3 official power play guide by Simon Hill, and Prima's official Mortal Komat 4 official Strategy guide by Simon Hill.
  2. That is really surprising considering the old MK games are unquestionably among the greatest video games ever made.
  3. Alright cool, then I'm in the clear to preserve all mine. Many are Prima guides and all are 90's era strategy guides. I have a big stack of them.
  4. I see we have restrictions on certain types of magazines, we're not allowed to preserve GameFan for example. Are there any such limitations on the Strategy Guides? Is Prima's allowed? Brady Games? etc etc ...I have several strategy guides that I'm interested in preserving and want to know what I'm allowed to preserve on this.
  5. Retromags Presents! VideoGames The Ultimate Gaming Magazine Presents A Look At Mortal Kombat  Download Directly!
  6. Retromags Presents! Mortal Kombat II Magazine 4 of 4  Download Directly! Thanks to EtherealDragonz for scanning
  7. Retromags Presents! Mortal Kombat II Magazine 3 of 4  Download Directly!
  8. Retromags Presents! Mortal Kombat II Magazine 2 of 4  Download Directly!
  9. Retromags Presents! Mortal Kombat II Magazine 1 of 4  Download Directly! Thanks to EtherealDragonz for scanning
  10. Version 1.0.0

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    A complete guide with moves, codes, and fatalities for MK, MKII, and MK3.
  11. Version 1.1.0

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    A Mortal Kombat II kollector's magazine produced by Electronic Gaming Monthly, the fourth of a four issue series. Released February 1995.
  12. Version 1.0.0

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    A Mortal Kombat II kollector's magazine produced by Electronic Gaming Monthly, the third of a four issue series. Released January 1995.
  13. Version 1.0.0

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    A Mortal Kombat II kollector's magazine produced by Electronic Gaming Monthly, the second of a four issue series. Released November 1994.
  14. Version 1.1.0

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    A Mortal Kombat II kollector's magazine produced by Electronic Gaming Monthly, the first of a four issue series. Released November 1994.
  15. Now editing: EGM MK2 magazine 3 of 4. Then when I'm done with that I will begin editing MK2 magazine 1 of 4 and 4 of 4 (unless EtherealDragonz is already editing those?). Then I'll go on to scanning magazine 2 of 4.
  16. Version 1.0.0

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    A supplement included with Electronic Gaming Monthly #57, April 1994. The first part of a 2 part set. Its companion, part 2 of 2 of this set, is included with Electronic Games(1992) May 1994.
  17. I've scanned and edited an MK2 supplement that was included with Electronic Gaming Monthly issue #57 April 1994. It's the 1st of a 2 part supplement. The other one that goes with this is already in our database. I'm ready to have this submitted to the downloads section! Download it here
  18. I have the entire collection. Since you've already scanned #1 and I assume you're already underway scanning #4, I'll take care of 2 and 3. I already have #3 scanned and I just need to edit it. #2 remains to be scanned.
  19. I I bought Flux #1 when it first hit the shelves in the 90s. The MK2 interview was the only reason I bought it. It was the first announcement I had heard that MK2 was coming to home consoles, at the time I was a naive little kid not being sure if MK2 would ever come to home consoles so I was floored about the great news. And Flux was a great magazine that stood apart from the others. I did enjoy the interviews with game developers, comic book artists, and musicians. I really thought it was a cool magazine. Like one person said, it was so MTV.
  20. Retromags Presents EGM Strategy Guide - Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 Database Entry! Download Directly!
  21. Version 1.0.0

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    EGM supplement from unknown issue (please post any information)
  22. I've messaged you the download link! And I did the Sub-Zero spine rip fatality on Phillyman. Also, I don't know what issue of EGM the supplement came with since I bought it off ebay. Though I do remember seeing the supplement as a kid, I just don't remember the issue it came with. If anyone knows, please post the answer.
  23. I've scanned and edited the EGM Ultimate MK3 supplement, and I'm ready to submit it to the database. How do I do this?
  24. Some of the magazines we have preserved here have a constant width for every page, and other mags have a constant height for every page. So what is the standard to be used for this? Also have we agreed on a minimum width size so that the resolution is not too low?
  25. This pup hand scanner sounds interesting. I'm interested to know how well it works.