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Posted Oct 19, '13 at 11:39am

Salvidian

Salvidian

3,950 posts

Keep your pants on, Nilo.

But yeah, this cyclical redundancy is unneeded.

 

Posted Oct 19, '13 at 2:35pm

GhostOfMatrix

GhostOfMatrix

11,687 posts

Knight

According to alexa, yes.

Quoted so more people can see.

 

Posted Oct 19, '13 at 2:42pm

jcwgames

jcwgames

60 posts

3. Decreased game quality.

One year ago, I can find a great game every week. Gemcraft, Kingdom rush, Sonny, those are classic games I never forgets. I am seeing less and less of them, in fact, I can barely see a game rated above 90 these days. I know rating isn't everything, but it does speak something when every games are like that.

Games work in cycles. There are a surge of good games every now and then, and then new developers come in and turn out not quite as good games. But, they get better with time and experience, and a wave of good games comes out. That's life.

 

Posted Nov 4, '13 at 7:03am

Nerdsoft

Nerdsoft

1,009 posts

secretly

Biggest understatement since the captain of the Titanic reported some slightly damp tablecloths.

Honestly, the role of MMOs on this site is ridiculous. You've got a censor that replaces any word stronger than "darn" with asterisks and yet you allow Wartune and other such trash to post ads for what looks like some sort of Halloween-themed reverse-dressup game. At the very least, allow ratings. Let people know how bad these things are.
I say we should bring back the ads for dirt-cheap Kingdom Rush premium content. That was nice. Bring the site's focus back to top-quality games - Kong will always beat you on the quantity front. MMOs have invaded every corner and as your robot overlord, I hereby demand that you keep them in their own tab. Or else I shall eat them. >:c

 

Posted Nov 5, '13 at 12:42pm

CourtJester

CourtJester

5,239 posts

Knight

@Sire Ernie15, although I have not been around as long as you, but for a company that has a net worth of 76 million dollars generating $13K per day in gross revenue, you would think that they would wake up to the fact that their global rank has dropped from 400 in 2009 to 2400 currently. [url=http://www.worthofweb.com/website-value/armorgames.com#traffic_graphs]

You would think that with that kind of revenue generation, they might want to consider hiring some IT specialists to provide some proper maintenance instead of finding ways to irritate the users.

 

Posted Nov 5, '13 at 9:26pm

pangtongshu

pangtongshu

8,226 posts

although I have not been around as long as you, but for a company that has a net worth of 76 million dollars generating $13K per day in gross revenue

Wait AG is making that much?

WE'RE RICH

 

Posted Nov 5, '13 at 9:43pm

xXxDAPRO89xXx

xXxDAPRO89xXx

3,549 posts

Holy crap you guys at AG make 13 million dollars a year? That amazes me... Makes me want to come and work for AG lol.

But how much money goes back to the site?

WE'RE RICH

We should spend all our riches on robot fixes and femalloid control.

 

Posted Nov 6, '13 at 9:37am

jeol

jeol

3,565 posts

Wait, is that counting what they're getting *after* they pay the independent, sponsored developers? I feel like that would make a big difference.

 

Posted Nov 6, '13 at 10:41pm

pft

pft

463 posts

Really $13 million? I'm free to hire lol :D For what this is a site of flash games that a if you know how normally simple to make.  I do remember when i first game to this site in around 2008 before i made account, played on and off. Was amazed at what flash games could actually do. Before they weren't good on other sites and i mostly played standard consoles like the ps3. With a few mmorpg.s but they are alot of effort of. keep up and eventually they get boring. So games are getting better here. Also the features, they are slowly getting applied to make it better. If we all do our bit to suggest features, Retrain feedback,  have discussions in forums without leading to trolling and of course keep playing. This is almost all of us here. all of us here shouldn't make it go down hill. There was a transition period of course when going from ag2 to ag3. Which sort of made it not get any better for awhile. Now we are at the other side of that and have things rolling again, the site can only get better.

 

Posted Nov 6, '13 at 11:04pm

Salvidian

Salvidian

3,950 posts

The small-time independent roofing company I work for makes about $1M a year, but just about all of it goes into salaries, material costs, insurances, and the ocassional lawsuit. That's coming from a company with a total employee count of 15.