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Casual games bookmarking site launched

Publisher and developer 3RD Sense announces the launch of a new community oriented website, which provides a constantly updated list of the most popular casual games on the Internet.

Publisher and developer 3RD Sense announces the launch of a new community oriented website, which provides a constantly updated list of the most popular casual games on the Internet.

Free to join and heavily focused on community input, Millionsofgames.com is a comprehensive resource for the millions of browser-based, Java and flash games which attract casual gamers.

Using a small downloadable application, gamers can input details of new or favourite web games by instantly linking back to the MOG website. A data entry form will be pre-filled, leaving the user to add comments and a game rating for other gamers to see.

Millionsofgames uses a proprietary algorithm to track game popularity based on 'Mogs' and number of plays. The results are then used to rank and rate the most popular casual games.

Visitors to the site can construct a list of their favourite games for others to share, as well as viewing other people's lists and trying the games for themselves. There are currently more than 1800 games listed, rated and ranked on the website.

3RD Sense director, Colin Cardwell said, "The popularity of casual games is growing exponentially at the moment. Millionsofgames.com gives casual games enthusiasts a free tool to help them make sense of the millions of games that are out there. They can find the latest games, keep track of their favourites and share what they know with other members. We're very excited about what this can do for casual game developers too, if you want to promote your game, this is the place to do it."

Website publisher and casual games developer 3RD Sense are responsible for playaholics.com and chickstop.com, in addition to the creation of numerous web-based casual and 'advergames', some of which feature on the new MOG database.

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Paul Loughrey

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