The Scan2Go Physical World Resources Center is the central article for all Scan2Go resources found in the physical world. The resource could be a paper back book, print advertisement, newspaper article (printed and can also be online), game instruction manual, etc. It is possible the resource may exist in both the physical world and on the Internet. In those cases, entries about the physical version should be in one of these article with a reference / link to the Internet resource.

Difference from the Internet Resource Center and Submission Expectations

The Scan2Go Internet Resource Center, by definition, points to resources outside the Scan2Go Wiki. This resource center, though, is documenting information in the physical world. The main difference is the submitted information for the physical world needs to be self contained and as complete as possible. Readers, typically, won't be able to read about the resource / information beyond what you provide given the nature of physical world. Thus when adding information, you MUST keep this in mind and provide FULL documentation, such as photographs, etc. When reading this article and its subordinate articles, please, keep this in mind. If you know of additional information, feel free, to add your own standalone documentation (in other words as complete as possible).

Criteria for Inclusion and Exclusion

For inclusion in one of the three sub-articles (TV Series, Games & Toys, and Others/Miscellaneous), the resource should be mostly about Scan2Go, as apposed to mentioning in passing or only a little bit.

Sub-Article Structure

We divide the Scan2Go Physical World (and Internet) information / resources into three areas:

  1. The television series worldwide.
  2. The toys and games worldwide.
  3. Other / Miscellaneous

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