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by American Greetings, Egreetings.com, Beatgreets.com, and others
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30,000+ unsupported American Greetings e-cards spanning from the late 90s up to 2018. Most are in SWF form and many newer e-cards require a specific viewer to work (replace "#######" with the numbered folder of the e-card). Note that while the collection is mostly complete, expect there to be some missing files.
Topics: American Greetings, E-Cards, imgag.com, e-greetings.com
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by Various
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Collection of unlisted YouTube videos from its first year of operation, sourced from here . Only 256 of the 498 videos listed were available at the time of scraping.
Topics: YouTube, Videos, Unlisted videos, 2005
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by Rovio Entertainment
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A collection containing files and data pertaining to the Appspot-hosted Angry Birds webgames. Most are unplayable in their original state; use Flashpoint if you want to see them in action. AngryBirdsWebgames.7z contains all available builds of the following games: - Angry Birds Breakfast (Online Version) - Angry Birds Cheetos (2012) - Angry Birds Cheetos (2013) - Angry Birds Chrome - Angry Birds Coca-Cola - Angry Birds Fuji TV - Angry Birds Heikki - Angry Birds Lotus F1 Team - Angry Birds...
Topics: Angry Birds, Bad Piggies, Rovio
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by Sonic CulT
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Collection of previously-lost content reuploaded to the defunct Sonic CulT website sometime during mid-2019. Contains some elusive promotional games as well as animations by site creator PACHUKA. Big thanks to Computerdude77 of the Flashpoint Discord for his initial discovery.
Topics: Sonic, Sonic the Hedgehog, Sonic CulT, Adobe Flash, Shockwave Flash
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by Jamsa Press
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The contents of the World Wide Web Directory CD-ROM , extracted from Microsoft's proprietary MVB format for preservation and research purposes. Included are the HTML scripts and browser screencaps for the collection's 8,046 webpages, the accompanying metadata, a text index, and the AutoHotKey scripts used to extract the data.
Topics: Internet, World Wide Web, Jamsa Press, Kris Jamsa, Ken Cope