Vimm's Lair
Preserving the classics since 1997

Welcome to Vimm's Lair! This site is dedicated to nostalgia for many of the greatest game consoles ever made. Inside you'll find detailed info on thousands of games, user ratings and reviews, original full-color manual scans, and much more! Whether you're looking for some nostalgia or you're just curious, you're sure to find everything you need!

Emulation Lair The newest and greatest console emulators.
The Vault Data, codes, reviews, and more for thousands of games.
The Manual Project Thousands of full-color manuals. Add your own instantly!
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FFA Links Browse the free for all links or add your own.
December 12, 2017
The SNES Vault was built long ago using GoodSNES to verify its games. Over the past fifteen-odd years new games have been verified, some unverified, and unreleased prototypes have appeared. It seemed like the SNES Vault could use a refresh so No-Intro was selected to update it. A scan of No-Intro revealed several new prototypes plus a couple duplicate or mislabeled games. A screen shot here or there was fixed, and the once controversial Vimm's Lair headers have been erased. Since a game may have multiple releases, the version number will now be shown if there's more than one known release.

The SNES Vault now contains the latest release of every US game as verified by No-Intro, plus every known fully-playable US prototype.
October 6, 2017
The GameCube Vault and Wii Vault now include disc and cover scans from GameTDB. Nearly all games have a low quality cover scan and high quality covers and discs are shown where available. Of course the Wii Vault continues to grow too, currently on the letter "J".
September 12, 2017
Apologies for Vimm's Lair being offline the past few days, it seems a power outage knocked the server offline and nobody turned it back on. Everything should be up and running now.

In other news the refresh of the GameCube Vault is complete. Every game has been verified for accuracy at redump.org then scrubbed using Wiimms ISO Tools (WIT) to make them smaller and download faster. The Wii Vault also continues to grow with the letter "G" now in progress.
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