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YoYoGames.com

User-generated games portal gets a redesign, with 24,000+ casual games now offered.

YoYoGames.com; the worlds largest user-generated games portal, has launched a major website update. The update brings a completely new, cleaner appearance, more convenient content organisation, easier game sharing, a vastly improved developer wiki, along with many other improvements to tweak the user experience, and make finding the cream of the sites 24,000 games significantly easier.

Sandy Duncan, CEO of YoYo Games, said "We're very pleased with the site revamp. We've incorporated a huge amount of community feedback to create a site that fits the needs of casual game players, and game developers. We're proud to be moving YoYo out of beta with this release."

Browsing the site has never been easier: The best games in every genre are now clearly displayed on the YoYo Games homepage; while an improved search function allows players to filter games by popularity, staff picks, ratings and recency. This is great news for everyone - players will be able to find more of those previously hidden gems in the vast YoYoGames.com catalogue, and the best indie developers will get the recognition they truly deserve.

The release marks the most significant update YoYoGames.com has seen since its beta was launched in May last year.

About YoYoGames.com

YoYo Games Ltd is a UK Based Game Start-up founded by games industry veterans, Sandy Duncan and Michel Cassius. YoYo Games launched its beta site in May 2007 and has grown to be the world’s largest user generated game site with over 24, 000 games. Employing a web 2.0 community model YoYo Games allows users to “Play, Make and Share games” for free.

You can visit YYG at www.YoYoGames.com

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