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Books on this bookshelf include information on the cultural significance of specific electronic games, and application of electronic games as learning and education tools. In addition to the listing here, the books can also be browsed through Wikibooks' categories. For games in a series, each game may have its own individual book, however it is preferred to have one book for the entire series of games.

For writing walk-throughs and strategy guides see StrategyWiki. You may want to consult the Game manual guidelines before adding a new Wikibook to this category, or before developing similar content, in order to avoid deletion later.

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Shoot 'em up

  • Phoenix (TI-83 Plus) 25% developed  as of May 3, 2005 (May 3, 2005)

First-person shooters