Wiki contributions

Adding new games

When adding content, remember that the default license is CC BY-SA. See licensing details.

There are two ways of adding new game to a wiki. The simplest way is to describe it after starting with a title here:

This will be seen in the library as a free-form game.

If you know your game well and can already specify amount of players, difficulty level and other useful information about the game, use this form:

Our library lets users sort such well-defined games by a few criteria.

In both cases tags will have to be added separately after the page is created.

Make a link to your author page (address followed with "people:"), so it will be visible in hub:people. Fill the article with information about yourself.

Adding other content than games

If you want to share a music review, book review or any other content related in some way to music games, enter the title of new page here:

But remember, that as it is a wiki, all the content might be changed in the future by other contributors, so it's best not to write very opinionated texts.

Terms to the glossary:

Other contributions

You can contribute also without making new content, but by perfecting the existing one. Here are some helpful links:

Future development focus / ideas
Adding "apps" for helping with game - Into the Labirynth
Similar games - contextual suggestions - embedded html probably
Little images for tags (CSS)
Improved props box in games (tags integration)
Classify inspire cards as for parameters and publish the data (GSheets)
Generate different sets of inspire cards
Digitizing Scratch Orchestra's Nature Study Notes
Authors module
Similar games - visualisation (offline)
HTML "injection" for combining tags
Free-for-all editable wall
Here is a place for your title Click me to edit ! false

Oldest undedited

Horizon of intent
Games of John Zorn
Skill floor
Skill ceiling
Online Music Games (OMG)
First Rule Of Music Games
Win condition
Yes And

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