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Miscellaneous fan sites

Last Updated 1/28/02
Some links cleaned up or removed.


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    This is everything else. Most of these sites spent some time as news articles before I decided to "promote" them to regular links. Not all links I put in the news section will end up (especially sites whose main purpose is to sell things).

The AllSpark    The AllSpark is one of many active TF fan boards, and I'm including it here because it's the one I spend the most time at. You should be able to find links from it to many other boards, though.
Lexicon.TF    Yes, there is a .tf domain, it belongs to a small island nation if I recall correctly. And like many small island nations, it has made a business of selling domain names. Anyway, Lexicon is a Transformers fanfiction archive run by Charlotte Brogden.
Macromasters    This site is devoted to some really good kitbashes and scratch-built toys. I wish I had the space, time and tools to make this sort of stuff. As of 6/9/01, this site is not up, but I'm not sure where it's gone, or if it's just an Angelfire problem.
Beast Wars Playstation    Black Zarak has created a page devoted to the Playstation Beast Wars Metals game that was released in Japan in early 2000 and translated for U.S. release in the summer.
Transformers Emulator Games    Okay, this one is probably of very dubious legality, but people kept asking me about it before I added the link to the old page, so here it is. Every Transformers computer game ever made (as far as I know) has been turned into a ROM image, with emulators available as well. The old C-64 game, the BWII Gameboy cart, etc. Emulation.net has emulators for the Mac, last I checked the TF emulator site only had PC emulators.