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    • Armor Games

    • Armor Games

      Founded in 2004 by Daniel McNeely,Armor Games is a website based in Irvine, California, that hosts free Flash-based browser games across a wide variety of genres, including point-and-click adventure, arcade, puzzle, and MMO games. In addition to sponsoring certain browser games, Armor Games has begun acting as a publis ... Read »


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    • AusGamers

    • AusGamers (officially AusGamers – Australia's Games Community) is a gaming website based in Australia which provides gaming news, review and other services. It was created by Mammoth Media. Its mission statement is "To create an Australian go to gaming information site. The idea for Ausgamers was a view to further ... Read »


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    • BoardGameGeek

    • BoardGameGeek

      BoardGameGeek is an online forum for board gaming hobbyists and a game database that holds reviews, images and videos for over 84,000 different tabletop games, including European-style board games, wargames, and card games. In addition to the game database, the site allows users to rate games on a 1–10 scale and p ... Read »


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    • Boomzap Fight Club

    • Boomzap Entertainment

      Boomzap Entertainment is a casual games developer registered in Singapore with a virtual office environment. It was formed in 2005 and has released 50 games to date that are ported on various platforms. Boomzap has developed for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Nintendo DS, Wii, iOS, and Android. Its games are available on ... Read »


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    • Break.com

    • Break.com

      Break.com (formerly Big-boys.com) is an entertainment and humor website founded in 1998 that features comedy videos, flash games, and pictures among other material. The CEO of Break is Keith Richman. The website's target audience is men aged 18–35. Break.com was founded in 1998 as Big-boys.com, a humor websit ... Read »


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    • Dennis Digital

    • Dennis Digital is the interactive Internet and mobile division of Dennis Publishing, which publishes Maxim, Stuff, The Week and did publish (now defunct) Blender. Formerly known as MaximNet, which launched in 1999, Dennis Digital is responsible for flagship men's lifestyle site Maxim.com, gear and lifestyle site Stuff ... Read »


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    • Dragonlance Nexus

    • The Dragonlance Nexus

      The Dragonlance Nexus is a Dragonlance fansite that was created in 1996 as "Dragon Realm". The site was overhauled and a new name was given to it as the "Dragonlance Nexus". Beginning on November 28, 2005, the site began publishing articles written by established authors starting with an article on Jaymes Markham by th ... Read »


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    • Fettspielen

    • Fettspielen

      Fettspielen is a website that hosts free Flash-based browser games. It was founded in May 2008 by David An, CEO of Rumble Media GmbH which is a startup company, and is part of Holtzbrink Ventures. The company is located in Karlsruhe, Germany. The site offers three new games per day and 83% of its audience is located i ... Read »


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    • The Game Crafter

    • The Game Crafter, LLC

      The Game Crafter, LLC (TGC) is a Madison, Wisconsin company that produces tabletop game components and custom print on demand card games and board games. The company was founded in 2001 by JT Smith and Jamie Vrbsky. In July 2009 the company launched a web-based print on demand game publishing service. that allows ... Read »


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    • Magicthegathering.com

    • Magic: The Gathering

      Magic: The Gathering (MTG; also known as Magic) is a trading card game created by Richard Garfield. First published in 1993 by Wizards of the Coast, Magic was the first trading card game produced and it continues to thrive, with approximately twenty million players as of 2015[update].Magic can be played by two or more ... Read »


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    • Maid Marian Entertainment

    • Maid Marian Entertainment (sometimes shortened to MME) is a gaming site/company produced by Gene Endrody and other respective parties. It was the original home of Sherwood, which later evolved into Sherwood Dungeon, with the addition of an in-game dungeon. Other games created by MME include Club Marian, Moonbase, Maria ... Read »


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    • Moola (website)

    • Moola is a Canadian-based online gaming website open to United States and Canadian residents. It is now offline. Players receive free credits to wage against other players in return for watching a 10, 15, or 30 second video advertisement and randomly answering a trivia question about it. By extending credits to the vie ... Read »


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    • Mousebreaker

    • Mousebreaker is a UK based casual games website founded in 2001 by Richard Pendry and Alick Stott. One of the earliest browser game portals, the site earned a reputation in terms of publishing sports and, in particular, football games. In 2008 the website was purchased by UK publisher IPC Media for a rumoured seven fig ... Read »


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    • PlayOK

    • PlayOK, also known as kurnik ("chicken coop"), is a community-supported website of classic board and card games to play online against live opponents in real-time. It was created in 2001 by Marek Futrega, and was initially a Polish-only website. As of early 2005 it supported over 30 board and card games, and the site i ... Read »


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    • PMS Clan

    • PMS Clan (formerly Psychotic Man Slayerz, now Pandora’s Mighty Soldiers) was born from the camaraderie of finding other girl gamers in a male dominated online gaming community. Because of the original sparseness of women in the online gaming community, and the amount of harassment female gamers are submitted to, t ... Read »


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    • Quick Hit Football

    • Quick Hit Football

      Quick Hit Football (QHF) was a free online American football game. The Quick Hit company was started in 2008 by Jeffrey Anderson, and went public in September 2009. Quick Hit Football offered single player against CPU opponents and multi-player against human opponents. Quick Hit Football was based on user play-calling. ... Read »


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    • Seventh Sanctum

    • Seventh Sanctum

      Seventh Sanctum (sometimes just The Sanctum) is a website run by Steven Savage (also known as XWayfarer, or simply X). It is a collection of generators for creating random names, items, and even full descriptions of characters. There are generators for everything from spells and pirate ship names, to entire story plots ... Read »


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    • SkillGround

    • SkillGround

      SkillGround was an online gaming platform created by Groove Media Inc. Players were able to compete for free, or wager for cash. Free games were supported by advertising before and during gameplay; cash games were supported by collecting a rake on prizes, with no advertising displayed before the game begins. As o ... Read »


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    • Speedyclick.com

    • SpeedyClick.com was an entertainment-based website operating out of Glendale, CA circa 1998 – 2001. The site featured contests, original content, and free web-style games such as blackjack, bingo, and virtual slot machines. By spending time on the site, registered users accumulated virtual currency known as “ ... Read »


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    • Terra NovUp

    • Terra NovUp

      'TerraNovUp is a board game of Serious game Edutainment type based on the model of construction and business design Business_Model_Canvas , created by Alexander Osterwalder with gamification methodology. The game was created by Game Designer Oscar Gonzales Commercial Engineer Claudio Inzunza the Psychologist Michael Za ... Read »


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