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Here is an example of how you could cite a game in BibTeX:

title = {Game Title},
publisher = {Publisher},
year = {Year},
url = {URL of game},

In this example, the @misc entry type is used to indicate that the item being cited is a miscellaneous type of work, such as a game. The title field specifies the title of the game, the publisher field specifies the name of the publisher, the year field specifies the year in which the game was published, and the url field specifies a URL where the game can be accessed.

You can then use the \cite{game_title} command to insert a citation to the game in your document. The specific format of the citation will depend on the citation style you are using.

It is important to note that the above example is just one way to cite a game in BibTeX, and there may be other approaches depending on the specific requirements of your project. If you are uncertain about how to properly cite a game in BibTeX, you may want to consult a style guide or seek guidance from your instructor or editor.

· 2 min read

If you're a researcher, then you know the importance of bibliographies and citations. And if you're using CiteDrive, then you know that it's the easiest way to create bibliographies and citations for your research papers. But what do you do if you come across a DOI instead of an ISBN or URL? Don't worry - we've got you covered! In this blog post, we'll show you how to convert a DOI to a BibTeX citation using CiteDrive. Let's get started!

Using the browser extension

Converting a DOI to a BibTeX citation is easy if you're using the 'CiteDrive Companion' browser extension. Just highlight the DOI with the mouse, open the context menu with the right mouse button, and select 'Search doi'.

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After that, you'll see a BibTeX entry preview where you may change it before saving it to a project of your choosing.

CiteDrive - Example

That's it! You will find the companion available from the following browsers:

Using the online tool:

If you're not using the browser extension, don't worry - you can still use CiteDrive to convert your DOI to a BibTeX citation. Just go to the CiteDrive website and paste your DOI into the 'Enter DOI' field, which you can find under Search via Doi when you call up the plus symbol in the upper navigation bar. . Then click on the 'Convert' button, and voila! - your BibTeX citation will be generated automatically.

CiteDrive - Example

We hope this blog post has been helpful. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us. We're always happy to help!

CiteDrive is the easiest way to create bibliographies and citations for your research papers. Convert a DOI to BibTeX citation using CiteDrive today! Try it for free at

Happy citing! :)