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Updates Archive 2018-2021


Part 2 of our 'Night of Horror' gag take is now available in the 'Articles' section! After the daring adventures of Part 1, how does the story continue? Read it, and find out. We hope you have enjoyed our little Halloween treat.


It's the beginning of October so, to mark the start of the 'spooky season', I have made a new 'gag take' of the German Club Nintendo comics: The Night of Horror. This is probably one of the most famous of these comics, so trying to make an already silly comic even sillier was quite the task. Nevertheless, Part 1 is now available in the 'Articles' section for your reading pleasure, with Part 2 due to arrive within the next few weeks. Enjoy.


Since the previous announcement, it seems as though our previous guestbook host - 123Guestbook - has gone for good. So, I have created a brand new guestbook hosted at UltraGuest. I hope this one serves us as well as 123Guestbook did.

Thanks to the Wayback Machine, I have also managed to retrieve some backups of most of the messages from the old guestbook. They, along with the links to the new guestbook, can be found at the brand new 'Guestbook' page. I thank you all for your patience and understanding.


The only real site update today is a little addition to the list of where to find English-translated comics; specifically, the Ocarina of Time 'special edition' comics hosted at Zelda Legends.

The bigger concern, however, is the guestbook. As you may have seen on the front page, the host service for the CNA guestbook has been down for nearly a week at the least (since I first found out, anyway). If we don't hear anything soon, then I'll likely be looking for a new service. The real bad news is that the previous messages were never backed up. However, to my surprise, I found a snapshot of the guestbook dating back to last June, courtesy of the Wayback Machine. It's not the most recent snapshot and, thus, is missing some of the newer messages, but it's something to look back on as this issue gets sorted.


If you enjoyed the 'gag take' comic that was uploaded last Christmas, you might be interested in this latest update: a new addition to the 'Overseas' section dedicated to information on these weird and wonderful comics, and where you can find them. On top of this, the main 'Overseas' page has had a little spruce-up. This is a section I'd like to add to as I find out more about other versions of the magazine.

On top of that, there have also been a few corrections and small text changes here and there.

Finally, Club Nintendo Archives had its fourth birthday last month. Doesn't time fly? Enjoy the updates!


As a thank you for visiting this site, we at Club Nintendo Archives have a Christmas treat for our readers: a Christmas comic! However, this is no ordinary comic; this is actually a 'gag take' of a comic that was originally published in the German Club Nintendo magazine. We hope you enjoy our parody version of this already-silly story.

There has also been a small update to the contact information on the 'Site Info' page, as I have recently changed email addresses.

Finally, we wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!


The 'Articles' section has received a slight tidy-up, along with a new page: the 'Backpage Adverts' gallery, a showcase of the adverts that were printed on the back covers of each issue. As for the 'Articles' section itself, the main page is now a contents page, and the already-existing parts now have their own individual pages.


Today marks perhaps the most exciting update of the site's history: the completion of the 'Magazines' database! Thanks to RetroDetect, the final missing issue - Volume 4 Issue 3 - has been added to the site. So, what does this now mean for CNA? Well, it's not going anywhere, if that's what you're worried about. In fact, I have a few updates on the backlog to work on, mainly focusing on the 'Articles' section. That's all still to come, though. For now, enjoy the complete UK Club Nintendo Archive.

Koopa Shell
"Does this mean I'm out of a job, now?"


We have some exciting updates today!


Today is Club Nintendo Archives' third birthday, and what better way to celebrate than with this update. Thanks to N-G-M of Retro Collect, we now have covers for the remaining issues from Volumes 1 and 2! On top of all that, we also have magazine information for issue one, thanks to Samtoons, who got in touch through the Guestbook. While my own personal collection is far from complete, I am at least happy that I can give you, the fans, a fuller-looking site. Here's hoping CNA can stick around for a few years more!


The Koopa-koders thought the main logo needed a spruce-up, so it's had a little face-lift. The banners and buttons have been altered to match, and the headers have had a little change as well.


We have a bumper crop of updates this time, so let's see what the Koopa-koders have cooked up...


I've added the seeds of a new section to the site: Articles. In this section, I have added a few interesting pages from the magazine. It's currently a single webpage, but if things go well, it could easily be expanded into a much larger section.

I have also added a 'timeline' section to the Site Info page, so you can get a glimpse into the site's milestones over the years.


A new standard size button has been added to the Links page, thanks to empeethree.


I've held off on doing this for a long time, but I understand some people still like to use banners and buttons for linking. So, in the spirit of things, I've added some Club Nintendo Archives banners and buttons to the Links page for your use. All I ask is that you please save them to your own files/servers rather than linking them straight from the site. Many thanks to those already spreading the word, and I hope you enjoy the banners!


Again, just some small updates. One of them holds more significance than others, though.

Seems like I've been updating more than usual these past couple of months. No matter whether the changes are big or small, I hope you continue to enjoy Club Nintendo Archives.


Just a few little alterations this time.

That's it, and I hope you all have a great new year.


First of all, we have already passed one year of Club Nintendo Archives, and I'm very glad to see that people seem to be visiting and, hopefully, enjoying it. Now, onto the updates.

If you have any questions about the site not covered here or elsewhere, then you can email me at chezhawkwolfATgmailDOTcom.