|June 06, 2008:
|| Few design tweaks. Added an RSS feed of new articles available here
|April 08, 2008:
|| Started to update game pages to include much more information. The most popular pages have been updated, and all future games will reflect the new changes.
|November 09, 2007:
|| Over 150 games in the database.
|November 02, 2006:
|| Over 100 games in the database.
|April 08, 2006:
|| Started a list of games with widescreen support
The Widescreen Gaming Wiki was launched to help support widescreen gaming. This site contains information on running games in widescreen resolutions (such as if they have native widescreen support, and if they don't, how to manually force widescreen resolutions) and also information on current widescreen hardware such as LCD monitors.
A wiki is a type of website that allows users to add and edit content and is especially suited for constructive collaborative authoring.
In essence, wiki is a simplification of the process of creating HTML pages combined with a system that records each individual change that occurs over time, so that at any time, a page can be reverted to any of its previous states. A wiki system may also provide various tools that allow the user community to easily monitor the constantly changing state of the wiki and discuss the issues that emerge in trying to achieve a consensus about the wiki content.
Simply put, this website allows any user to add content, edit content, and so on using their web browser. This results in information that is always up-to-date and accurate. If a user sees something that is missing, they can add it. If they see something that is incorrect, they can correct it. If you wish to contribute to this site, a good place to start is the help section on editing to get a general idea on how the site works.