(Offline since August 2006)
|Slogan||It's All Games|
Type of site
|Created by||Stephen P. Lepisto, Sandra Woodruff and Jennifer Diane Reitz|
|Launched||14 February 1995|
|3,285,116 (April 2014[update])|
|Current status||Offline since August 2006|
The site was launched on Valentine's Day 1996 by Stephen P. Lepisto, Sandra Woodruff and Jennifer Diane Reitz, all of whom worked for game developer Accursed Toys. It was acquired from the popular homestead website started by Paul Rogers in 1995 Within a year, it was, according to BusinessWeek, the 'number one game site'. The original owners sold the site to the Attitude Network in September 1996. Three years later, it was sold for $27 million US dollars to Globe, before passing onto DMA Holdings in 2002. The site was taken offline and put up for sale by its owners in August 2006, but has not resurfaced since.
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