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    The T-Games Archives regret to inform that T-Games has recently suffered from a major data loss due to a malfunctioning database.

    The case is currently being investigated by the T-Games Archives, who are assessing the information and attempting to recover as much information as possible.

    The amount of data lost is currently unknown, however it is thought to be substantial and mainly affecting the GameEx studio.

    The T-Games Archives released this statement:

    The latest data loss suffered by T-Games is currently being assessed by the T-Games Archives. Although the amount of data lost is thought to be considerable, it is possible that back-ups have been prepared in the case of this happening. The investigation may take several weeks or even months…

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    Hey all!

    The T-Games Archives have recently been able to recover valuble information by digging deep into the comments of Billy Anderson's TardisBill profile comments! The Archives sorted through every single comment - all 1,305 of them, ranging all the way back to the 12th of February 2011. Because of this, the Archives have managed to restore the following information:

    • On November 20, 2011 'Push the Button!' underwent a major design change.
    • GameWave Classic was released on September 20, 2011
    • GameExpo II was first teased on the 25th of October
    • GameExpo II was originally intended to be released on the 1st of December
    • GameExpo II v1.7 was released on the 13th of January 2012
    • GameExpo II v1.8 was released on the 15th of January 2012
    • GameExpo II v1.9…
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    Changes for 2016

    July 8, 2016 by T-Games

    Hello! We've been very busy behind-the-scenes and am happy to announce lots of new changes coming to T-Games in the coming weeks! First of all, the most major change is the introduction of a new design scheme. Although logos have changed since 2011, our design scheme has kept to being black, white and blue... however, that is all about to change!

    The new design scheme,Spectrum, incorporates all colours of the rainbow, in order to promote themes of fun, diversity and acceptance. You can view the new logo, as well as the new logo for the T-Games Wiki below:

    With this new design change is a major update to the T-Games website. That's right - not only are the background and logos changing all over the site, but the whole thing is getting a majo…

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    T-Games Logo Refresh

    October 26, 2015 by T-Games


    As you may or may not have noticed, a new set of logos have started being rolled out. These set of logos are simply an experiment as of right now, and may change regularly.

    All feedback is welcome!

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    In an upcoming overhaul to the T-Games team as a whole, the T-Games Network is going to be one of the most effected areas. The T-Games Network is changing - and so will your T-Games Network Account.

    First of all - the T-Games Network is simply going to be re-branded to The Network, and will become a subscription service, instead of a registration service. Your 'account' will no longer be referenced as an account, but simply your 'subscription information'. Don't worry - you won't need to constantly renew your subscription. Subscribing and unsubscribing from The Network is exactly the same as Registering and deactivating your T-Games Network Account.

    Offers and promotions will still be available as they always have been through the platform, h…

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