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(What classes as third party game here in terms of those with Nintendo IP?)
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==What classes as third party game here in terms of those with Nintendo IP?==
 
==What classes as third party game here in terms of those with Nintendo IP?==
 
I know some of these ([[List of third party Mario games|Mario]], [[List of third party Pokémon games|Pokémon]] third party) are on other sites listed as published by Nintendo but currently can't find solid proof (such as a Nintendo website advertising it, game manual attribution in credits, or things that definitively deduce they were published by them). Some have copyright notices of Nintendo however (an example being [[Undake30 Same Game Daisakusen Mario Version]] however unsure about [https://tcrf.net/Yoshi_no_Cookie:_Kuruppon_Oven_de_Cookie this one]. Should these get pages too?  [[User:Torchickens|Torchickens]] ([[User talk:Torchickens|talk]]) 19:27, 11 July 2019 (UTC)
 
I know some of these ([[List of third party Mario games|Mario]], [[List of third party Pokémon games|Pokémon]] third party) are on other sites listed as published by Nintendo but currently can't find solid proof (such as a Nintendo website advertising it, game manual attribution in credits, or things that definitively deduce they were published by them). Some have copyright notices of Nintendo however (an example being [[Undake30 Same Game Daisakusen Mario Version]] however unsure about [https://tcrf.net/Yoshi_no_Cookie:_Kuruppon_Oven_de_Cookie this one]. Should these get pages too?  [[User:Torchickens|Torchickens]] ([[User talk:Torchickens|talk]]) 19:27, 11 July 2019 (UTC)
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:''Candence of Hyrule'' I think is a good recent example. A third-party game, where Nintendo licensed their characters to be used, but Nintendo otherwise had no real involvement (I think?). If they have Nintendo content and are officially acknowledged by Nintendo, then the game should get a page and only cover the Nintendo content, imo. [[User:Alex95|Alex95]] ([[User talk:Alex95|talk]]) 16:48, 12 July 2019 (UTC)

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What classes as third party game here in terms of those with Nintendo IP?

I know some of these (Mario, Pokémon third party) are on other sites listed as published by Nintendo but currently can't find solid proof (such as a Nintendo website advertising it, game manual attribution in credits, or things that definitively deduce they were published by them). Some have copyright notices of Nintendo however (an example being Undake30 Same Game Daisakusen Mario Version however unsure about this one. Should these get pages too? Torchickens (talk) 19:27, 11 July 2019 (UTC)

Candence of Hyrule I think is a good recent example. A third-party game, where Nintendo licensed their characters to be used, but Nintendo otherwise had no real involvement (I think?). If they have Nintendo content and are officially acknowledged by Nintendo, then the game should get a page and only cover the Nintendo content, imo. Alex95 (talk) 16:48, 12 July 2019 (UTC)