Matthew Veriveis creating a resource for archiving video game history
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Thank you for supporting PidgiWiki! This is the Mini Mario level. By pledging $1.00 or more per month, you'll get:
- Access to the PidgiWiki Discord, where I'll be posting about what games I'm getting ready to add to the site and new discoveries that come up.
- A greater priority in regards to requests! You'll receive access to the Requests channel in Discord, where you can request games to find art for.
- Choosing the featured media on PidgiWiki for an entire month!
- Your name displayed prominently on PidgiWiki's "Thank you!" page!
Thank you for supporting PidgiWiki! This is the Mega Mario level. By pledging $10.00 or more per month, you'll get everything in the Mini Mario and Super Mario levels, as well as:
- Access to the PidgiNet FTP server, which contains nearly 3TB of press backups and other raw assets. There's a lot in there that may never make it to PidgiWiki just because of time constraints!
The concept behind PidgiWiki started in 2008 as Pokémon Resolution, a crude directory-listing style website that hosted several dozen pieces of official artwork from various Pokémon games. After other Pokémon fans wanted to contribute, I set up a wiki in early 2010 that was dubbed "PidgiWiki". Since then, PidgiWiki has expanded outside the Pokémon franchise to encompass all of video games, totaling over 23,000 pieces of official video game media, including artwork, logos, box images, and more.
If you've never visited PidgiWiki, check it out - there's a lot there. Looking for artwork from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate? PidgiWiki has over 200 images, and still more in the backlog to upload.
Thanks to dozens of partners, ranging from game developers to journalists to fans and everywhere in-between, PidgiWiki is expanding more than ever. However, the site does take a whole lot of time, and server costs are increasing as the site becomes more popular. I want to continue making PidgiWiki the best resource for video game media, and I hope you want this to happen, too.
Any donations through Patreon will go directly towards the website, whether that be to help cover server costs, work to obtain additional sources, or purchase rare asset discs. A previous fundraiser through GoFundMe helped with obtaining three Nintendo asset discs, the contents of which were never before publicly available.