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If you catch an error in a game listing (a typo, factual inaccuracy, etc), there's no need to send us email. Instead, please take advantage of IFDB's community-edited, Wiki-like design and make the correction yourself. This is the best way to keep IFDB accurate and up-to-date, since it avoids the inevitable delay of involving a site administrator in every change.
Likewise, if you discover that there's a game missing from our database, you can add a new listing yourself.
You can edit any game's listing by clicking the "Edit this page" link at the bottom of the game's main page. To add a game, click the "Add a new game listing" link on the IFDB home page.
A broken link in the "Download" section of a game listing should be treated like any other listing error: you can correct it yourself by editing the page containing the bad link. To edit a game's page, click the "Edit this page" link at the bottom of the page.
A word of caution, though. It's much better to correct a link than to delete it outright. If you know that a link has moved to a new location, or contains a typo, by all means update/correct it. But if you're not sure why a link isn't working, it's probably better to leave the broken link as is than to delete it. Links are sometimes only temporarily broken - the target site might be down for maintenance, for example, or the site admin might be in the process of moving files around. We strongly recommend that before you delete a broken link, you contact the game's author or the target site's owner to determine whether the link is truly broken or just temporarily out of commission. If you find out that the file was intentionally removed and is no longer available anywhere else, that's the time to actually delete the link.
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