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FlashRevolution posted a topic in General TalkI think on this board are a lot of developers but publishers will have a look to so, if someone is interested in buying gambling- or casualgames let me know. I created over 100 slotmachines (just a few in HTML5, the rest in Flash) and some little casualgames (Idle, Match-3, Find-Differences). The most of the casualgames would be experimental, but some of are played since month and bring me users to my sites and revenue sharing. Games are a nice way to catch users and bind them. Here are some Screenshots: If you're interested in buying a licence just send me an email or write in the thread. Some of my games are listed in my shop (http://shop.flashrevolution.de the sites language is german if you need informations in english I'll send you by request). Don't be shy, let me know what games you need.
A sneek peak at our first HTML5 real-money slot gambling game "Fruity Tooty" created with ImpactJS. https://nuevogames.com/fruityTooty/index.html It is high-resolution on desktop and also works on mobile. There are two bonus games as well. Very interested in feedback regarding "Is this game fun?", which browsers/platforms it works well in and which browsers/platforms it does not work well in (or not at all). Does it take too long too load on mobile? What does this game need to bring it to the "next level"? Thanks in advance! http://FlippyFoxStudios.com
rich posted a topic in NewsKaazing (News - Alert), founders of HTML5 WebSocket, has announced that its HTML5 Edition 3.5 will support the real-time bidding, live chat, and live integrated audio of the online auction service Outbid. Founded in Oakland in October 2011, Outbid is a privately held company bringing the auction room online and adding unique and exciting social features for the Web and mobile. It is an interactive online auction that connects buyers and sellers in a fun, social, gaming atmosphere. Auctions are hosted in real-time by live auctioneers, where users compete to outplay, outlast, and outbid each other. http://www.html5report.com/topics/html5/articles/327880-kaazing-powers-live-social-online-auctions-from-outbid.htm