Flash Games Avenue Arcade Site Goes Live!

May 23, 2010 | By | 6 Replies More

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After a week-long script and design patching, yours truly has finally launched Flash Games Avenue on the web, an arcade site dedicated to providing only the finest handpicked flash games suited for all ages absolutely free.

Flash Games Avenue showcases arcade games from several categories such as Action, Adventure, Board Games, Education, Strategy and Puzzles among many others. It also offers free unlimited gaming for registered users and up to 10 game plays for guest users.Flash Games Avenue HomeFlash Games Avenue utilizes the Facebook API to allow an alternative sign-up and log-in feature for Facebook users including automatic wall postings at random intervals while playing games.

My goals and future plans for Flash Games Avenue can be read on the site news section’s welcome message.

A WordPress powered blog has been installed to boost individual arcade games promotion featuring the most interesting games that Flash Games Avenue Blog readers will enjoy.

I’m very much open to suggestions and criticisms about this new online venture so anything is highly appreciated. This gaming site to start with isn’t a money-maker but is more of a hobby.

Go ahead and visit Flashgamesavenue.com and experience a whole new avenue of online gaming experience.

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  1. Good to see, you always playing with something new. I don’t know, how your hosting venture running now but this new site is something for everyone. Good luck buddy.
    .-= Arafat Hossain Piyada´s last blog ..Facebook will see another privacy policy change – Zuckerberg give hint =-.

  2. Mathdelane says:

    Hi Arafat, thanks for always being here. I would love to see you registered and playing games on the site whenever you’re not busy. 🙂

    Regarding the web hosting venture, I actually had to stop it for the mean time due to some financial restraints although technically there’s really nothing to worry about, I just couldn’t run it now for lack of capital and/or business partners. In case you’d want to pair up with me, just drop me an email.

  3. Sire says:

    I used to have my very own games site that hosted hundreds of games but they stopped developing the platform I was using and I had to give it all up. A damn shame really because it had quite a few members.

    It was a pretty good site too as I incorporated a chat facility as well as a forum for it’s members. It also kept all the high scores so that people could compete against each other. I called it The Games Palace.
    .-= Sire´s last blog ..WassupBlog’s Milestone 300th Post =-.

  4. I always have a great plan to join with someone but due to my lack of time I unable to manage with others. More than one year ago I bought allblogtips.com but yet not able to create something on it. Someday ago I want to create a biggest reviewing site of all type of product with a reviewsorus.com which is already registered for 2 years. I always believe reviewsorus.com have a big opportunity as affiliate and promotional earning but I look too busy with worthytips. So, I can’t say now but may be in future.
    .-= Arafat Hossain Piyada´s last blog ..PlayStation Move coming this July? =-.

  5. Mathdelane says:

    Scripts without much support for development will definitely go into oblivion and it’s sad to know that. I’m glad that the platform I was using are pretty much supported by its community.

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