+___Dear "Yolk Folks
+___I have created another attempt to merge The Comprehensive List of Dizzy
Games into the Wikipedia
Free Cybernetic Encyclopaedia.
+___We can find it at the following Uniform Resource Locator:
+___Let us see how much time it manages to resist online this time.
+___Also, I would like to thank the Members of the Team who are administering this Loka
(this Universe) for changing my name back into a more politically correct one.
+___Vive La Resistance
:_This time, it has lasted Almost Five Months.
+___This time, we have been given some credit for the work, yet, for reasons that are beyond our Mere Human Understanding, it has been deleted again.
+___We are pasting the Discussion about its Removal below. It is nothing relevant. They simply do not want it there.
|Table of fan games
I edited the article to remove the table of fangame. Flat Out
reverted my edit, suggesting it required discussion on the talk page. So, here we are.
My basic position is that while the existence of fan games for this series is notable, a huge table of all these fan games that dwarfs the rest of the article is not. It is sufficient for us to talk about their existence in general, and to provide a link to an external directory.
I will go into more detail about why I believe this to be the case if needed. Lowercaserho
(talk) 12:32, 13 July 2018 (UTC)
I agree with Lowercaseho
- the table is excessive, and technically unsourced. I think it's sufficient for the paragraph that's left to say that a game engine has been released and there are xxx number of games released for it. IF readers want to know more - that's what the links and references are for. Chaheel Riens
(talk) 12:56, 13 July 2018 (UTC)Lowercaserho
thanks for seeking consensus, I agree that an unsourced table of this nature is overkill and doesn't add value. Flat Out
(talk) 13:11, 13 July 2018 (UTC)
Since it's been >48 hours with no disagreement, I'm just going to go ahead and remove it again. Lowercaserho
(talk) 13:03, 15 July 2018 (UTC)