Owner of the casual games company Glowing Eye Games which has been making online and mobile games since 2008. Our specialities are solitaire games and our dominoes games.
I've been in the games industry for many years working for the companies Empire Interactive (sadly now gone) and Glu, before setting up Glowing Eye Games.
For many developers the online Flash games industry was where they started. This is a fully researched write-up of where this part of the games industry stands today and how HTML5 has affected it.
[Blog - 04/01/2018 - 01:25]
It 's hard to call ...
It 's hard to call out bad behavior, but given the circumstances you 've done anybody reading this a real service. Thank you for this article
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I 'm sure this is ...
I 'm sure this is just a typo, its not Swift, that 's being replaced its Flash files which have the extension of .swf. So the decline of Flash continues.
[News - 02/15/2017 - 06:38]
I think it 's important ...
I think it 's important to note that the different environment that has been built at Valve allows for a different approach. They are cash rich, and their risk/ reward set-up is very differently to most other companies. It 's also probably why a new Half-Life hasn 't been made ...
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[Blog - 10/05/2015 - 01:48]
Wow, thanks for the amazingly ...
Wow, thanks for the amazingly thoughtful comments from everyone, whatever your take on this it seems that you all actually read the article Just to be clear my main concern was really looking at the online games industry for desktop which for this study looked at the classic games portal ...