Codex Gamicus:Mobile video games
Mobile video gaming is a very saturated market, and there has to be some ground rules over what is "notable" enough to be included.
Existing IP[edit source]
If a mobile video game is released that is part of an existing intellectual property that has either PC or console representation (such as "Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire" or "The Simpsons: Tapped Out"), it automatically gains approval to be documented.
Repetitive titles[edit source]
Many titles have been used multiple times by different developers for similar or identical gameplay implementations (such as "Alchemy", where the objective is to match two or three elements together to make a new element). In general, ideas as generic as this are only to be documented as basic concepts rather than any of the actual video games themselves.
Other video games to be documented on case-by-case basis.