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Recent video game article needs information about its developer and how game developed
A recent video game titled Only Up! needs a source about its developer, SCKR Games. However, the only piece of information I could access was that they were an indie game studio. The same can be said about the development of said game. I have dug through numerous news sources, and what I found out was that the game was inspired by Jack and the Beanstalk (again, the only piece of information). Hopefully, I might have missed some sources (or I may be asking at the wrong place, in which case, please tell me where to go).
--TarantulaTM (speak with me) (my legacy) 05:26, 25 July 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]
I'm trying to improve the focal seizure article, specifically the simple partial seizure presentation section. The entire lists of symptoms are uncited, and I haven't found any source for specifically the "while-asleep symptoms include" list. Any help finding a source for this would be great! (In general, sources supporting what's already in the article would be appreciated, but the while asleep section is the section I really want to find sources for).
--Suntooooth, it/he (talk/contribs) 18:10, 31 August 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]