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Hundreds of vintage Nintendo Entertainment System games are available here on VirtualNES.com, most of which you can access using the alphabar above this paragraph. Just click a letter, and you'll magically be taken away to a list of NES games that happen to start with that letter. However, there are some special games, such as unlicensed games, that we maintain seperate lists for. Look below, and you'll find all sorts of excellent games, from unreleased games that were left unfinished, unlicensed games from enterprising developers who don't want to pay Nintendo for a license, and excellent homebrew games made by people who love video games so much, they decided to make a game themselves. As you probably know, we can only bring you games that we have the original cartridge of, which is why we depend on the support of Players Like You™ to help us create a large library of games for everyone around the world to enjoy.
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The Bloop is the phenomenon without which this site might not exist. As related on the History page, learning about the Bloop and then relating that news to Lovecraft's stories made me feel awfully close to the protagonist of "The Call of Cthulhu". Since this curious little sound has been so important in our development, it seems only fair to devote a section of the site specifically to it. Here are the News articles I've collected on it: The article from CNN.com This was really the article that started it all for me. The article from theage.com.aus Pretty much the same info, but told in a different way.
Click-drag green circle to pan around the whole image. The Ultra Deep Field obtained by the Hubble Space Telescope is the deepest view into the sky by humankind to date. This image combines 800 frames with a total exposure time of 1 million seconds. The 10.000 galaxies that are visible have distances out to times where the universe was just 800 million years old, one seventeenth of its current age. For more info check the UDF press release at spacetelescope.org . For a wider but less deep view visit the GEMS Skywalker .