Shockwave Collecting

Hello everyone,

It’s been a pretty busy year for me so far. I’m sorry I haven’t had more time to find and archive all the old games you all fondly remember. I still fully intend to go through all of your requests and try to archive as many games as possible.

Web preservation is important to me, but I also need to make sure I make enough money to survive at the end of each month. Finding and obtaining games takes a lot of time! If you’d like to donate to support my efforts, you can do so by clicking the donation button below. Thank you all for your comments and suggestions; they help me keep going.

-PRIZZA


3 thoughts on “Shockwave Collecting

  1. Eddy447

    Update, I have two Shockwave.com games that are my favorite if you want to add them. Anyways here are both of those games if you want them. Because both of those games are discontinued and no longer available to play at Shockwave.com site. And there’s no chance that the Wayback Machine would archive them! So I decide to send you that.

    Arcadia: https://mega.nz/#!aIdiXa7A!pqxmoHP111f8SyyDkWWUvRdYLfhDMUdpHyojzenKRsc)

    Starbase Defender: https://mega.nz/#!OAkwkJwL!xJYxE3oqZAR5euY2h0sj2-yaLgzDV0r9ypsb1MZ4DAQ

    I only got Arcadia game working offline. But I could not get Starbase Defender game working offline, because that game needs domain to play. I would appreciate you to add them also on your site. And if you do got Starbase Defender game working offline to play, then please let me know.

  2. Brandon Panek

    Hi, I was wondering if you can archive these games:

    1. Pebbles Robopup Run

    2. Pebbles Quarry Adventure

    3. Oreo O’s Creme Team Journey

    4. Big Barney Chase

    5. Strawberry Blasted Honeycomb Factory Frenzy

    6. Bubble Tape Carnival Toss

    7. Postopia Speedway Challenge

    8. Craver’s Slurp n’ Slide

    9. Sugar Bear’s Beach Break

    10. that Honeycomb bowling game where it took place in the arctic

    11. that Cocoa Pebbles game based off that Candystand Donkey Kong game (It’s the one where you either play as Fred or Wilma as they roll on a boulder. I think the game was called “Cocoa Pebbles Quest” or something like that)

    Thanks. BTW, keep up the good work archiving these games! :)

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