Xona Games in Wikipedia!

Thursday, July 17, 2014
By: Matthew Doucette

We finally made it on Wikipedia! The article originated on June, 2014 but I only noticed this month.

Xona Games in Wikipedia!

Please feel free to edit our Wikipedia page, and use references!

P.S. We usually provide original source references to most of our accomplishments in our blog posts linked from our awards page.

I have to be careful with editing our page, or pages related to our page, due to conflict of interest. There is a fine line between editing something you have deep experience in and editing something that has personal benefits, however minor those benefits might be. The point of Wikipedia is to have a neutral point of view. I elabortated on my thoughts and desires on Wikipedia editing, as well as pages I wish to help edit, on my Wikipedia home page: Xonatron. Please feel free to help on some of those pages too.

That is all!



About the Author: I am Matthew Doucette of Xona Games, an award-winning indie game studio that I founded with my twin brother. We make intensified arcade-style retro games. Our business, our games, our technology, and we as competitive gamers have won prestigious awards and received worldwide press. Our business has won $190,000 in contests. Our games have ranked from #1 in Canada to #1 in Japan, have become #1 best sellers in multiple countries, have won game contests, and have held 3 of the top 5 rated spots in Japan of all Xbox LIVE indie games. Our game engines have been awarded for technical excellence. And we, the developers, have placed #1 in competitive gaming competitions -- relating to the games we make. Read about our story, our awards, our games, and view our blog.