Yahoo! Comes Up with Games Network and New Yahoo Classic Games for Web, iOS and Android

March 20, 2014
Left Inverted Comma Great News for Game lovers. Yahoo! launches the Yahoo Games Network and Classic Games site for developers to create games for the Web, Android and iOS devices and distribute through its Network. Read this news and get details about it. Right Inverted Comma

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Today, Yahoo! is ready to bring a renewed push into games with its Yahoo Games Network platform and Yahoo Classic Games site. According to Yahoo, they has made more efforts to enhance its latest features, however for now, they are ready to boast its cross-platform network for developers and deliver “a great experience for our millions of users” and enterprises.

Sharing details about Yahoo Games Network, it is one of the latest platforms for third-party game developers, who want to enjoy benefit of Yahoo’s large userbase by sharing their games. Onboarding services are included that helps developers to monetize their games, authenticate players, give social sharing options, analytics, and “ongoing operational support for growth.”

If you are not a professional developer, Yahoo Classic Games are one what you are seeking of. Yahoo! gives assurance of “seamlessly” sites working across the Web and Android & iOS devices. It is obvious Yahoo includes its own games like Yahoo Pool, Yahoo Poker and Yahoo Bingo and also has other amazing games The Last Stand: Deadzone, Vegas World, KingsRoad, Rise of Mythos, Ballistic, Bingo Blingo, and Slotomania that it hosted on its sites.

Now, Yahoo wants to reawaken the excitement that online games created in the 1990s, which is a bit difficult to get in this competitive market. However, the company has already persuaded some professionals in the industry. It names as DreamWorks, SGN, ChangYou, Namco Bandai America, Rumble Entertainment, Playtika, FlowPlay, Con Artist Games and so on. Apart from, there are some other remarkable games as well for both mobile and web.

According to the company, it has an “untapped gaming audience” of about 800 million users worldwide of which 400 million are on mobile. Converting such people into Yahoo gamers is a quite difficult task.

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