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|Type||Free online flash game publisher|
|Founded||fl. March 2004 (as Games Of Gondor)
October 2005 (under current name)
|Headquarters||Irvine, California, United States|
|Key people||Daniel McNeely (Founder) |
|Industry||Computer and video games|
|Alexa rank||2,004 (April 2014[update])|
|Type of site||Host for Flash-based browser games|
Armor Games, formerly Games Of Gondor, is a website based in Irvine, California, that hosts free Flash-based browser games. Armor Games was founded by Daniel McNeely. Under its former name, it hosted The Lord of the Rings-themed content, such as the games "Hob the Hobbit", "Battle for Gondor", and "Orc Slayer". The site has since hosted a variety of games across many genres, such as puzzles, shooters, action/adventure games, and strategy games. In addition to hosting other developers' games, the site's staff creates free Flash games in-house. ConArtists is another popular game designer with games such as Warfare 1917 and The Last Stand. Game developers can create Flash games and get them sponsored by the site. Armor Games also has a diverse gaming system and has started to make MMO games.
Notable published or sponsored games
- The Fancy Pants Adventures World 1
- The Fancy Pants Adventures World 2
- The Fancy Pants Adventures World 3
- GemCraft Chapter 0
- GemCraft Labyrinth
- Crush the Castle
- Warfare 1917
- Warfare 1944
- Kingdom Rush
- Kingdom Rush Frontiers
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GamesofGondor.com will be changing to armorgames.com/ in 3 days.
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