Welcome to the ZAM Wikibase™! This is the top-level, or Main Page, of the entire Wiki.
What's a Wikibase?
Wikibase™ is the term we coined for the integration of a traditional gaming database with a wiki. We wrote the wiki engine in use, here, in-house and from scratch. It is about 95% compatible with MediaWiki, as in use at Wikipedia, so if you are familiar with Wikipedia then you already know most of what you need here. The main differences are the addition of a whole set of functions and extensions for the db integration.
You will notice that some games, listed on the right, have just "Wiki" in the Type column. Those are games that we do not currently have a database for, but we do have a wiki! Some have a database and a Wiki but the two are not fully integrated. This is denoted as "DB/Wiki".
What can I do with this?
Practically anything. Sky's the limit. You can make just a few pages explaining a single aspect of your game, or you can go whole-hog, stark-raving wiki-mad (like Bludwyng). And you don't have to be a player to do it. We welcome pages created by developers about their own games. We have no "conflict of interest", or NPOV, rules, here.
If you play a game that ZAM does not support with a full db, you can start a Wiki here. The quickest way to find the Main Page for your game and get started is to go to our GamesList, find your game, and follow the Wikibase link, there. Then just click "Edit" and get started!
A free ZAM account, at minimum, is required to edit the wiki. We do not allow anonymous users to edit.
The Wiki's listed to the right are currently ACTIVE. If you are involved in a game not shown there, and have started a ZAM Wiki, please post in the Wikibase Feedback Forum to be added to this list!