Armor Games

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Armor Games, Inc
Logo used since 2017
Type of businessIncorporation
Type of site
Host for web games, game publisher
Available inEnglish
Foundedfl. March 2004 (as Games Of Gondor)[1]
October 2005 (under current name)[2]
HeadquartersIrvine, California, United States[3]
Founder(s)Daniel McNeely[4][5]
CEOJohn Cooney
Daniel McNeely (2004–2021)
IndustryVideo games
Current statusActive

Armor Games is an American video game publisher and free web gaming portal. The website hosts over a thousand HTML5 (and previously Flash) browser games. Based in Irvine, California, the site was founded in 2004 by Daniel McNeely.[4]

Armor Games primarily hosts curated Flash games and MMOs, sometimes sponsoring their creation. Each game is uploaded and maintained by its original developer, with some including unlockable player achievements. Users can chat within the site and create online profiles. In December 2020, nearing end-of-life of Adobe Flash, the site announced that it will be using the Ruffle emulator for its Flash content, although many Flash games remain inaccessible.

On March 3, 2019, Armor Games revealed that they had a data breach in 2019 and that the database was sold on the Dream Market.[6]

Notable sponsored games[edit]

Armor Games Studios[edit]

Under the name Armor Games Studios, the company has begun to develop and publish indie games for Steam, mobile devices, and consoles.

Title Developer(s) Release date Platform(s)
Cursed Treasure 2 IriySoft September 24, 2014 Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android
GemCraft - Chasing Shadows GameinaBottle April 20, 2015 Microsoft Windows
Super Chibi Knight PestoForce June 24, 2015 Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux
Soda Dungeon Afro-Ninja Productions October 7, 2015 Microsoft Windows, iOS, Android
Sentry Knight Tactics Tyler Myers, Justin Wolf October 3, 2016 Microsoft Windows, macOS
Sonny Krin Juangbhanich January 12, 2017 Microsoft Windows, macOS, iOS, Android
The Big Journey Catfishbox March 16, 2017 iOS, Android
Pinstripe Atmos Games April 25, 2017 Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux
The Adventure Pals Massive Monster April 3, 2018 Microsoft Windows, macOS, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4
Infectonator 3: Apocalypse Toge Productions May 10, 2018 Microsoft Windows, macOS, iOS, Android
Love is Dead Curiobot May 31, 2018 Microsoft Windows, macOS
Sushi Cat Words Krin Juangbhanich July 25, 2018 iOS, Android
Crush the Castle: Siege Master UYAVA October 18, 2018 iOS, Android
Zombotron Ant.Karlov April 22, 2019 Microsoft Windows, macOS
Swords & Souls: Neverseen Soul Game Studio June 5, 2019 Microsoft Windows, macOS, Nintendo Switch
Chook & Sosig: Walk the Plank TookiPalooki June 17, 2019 Microsoft Windows, macOS
Void Tyrant Quite Fresh June 26, 2019 iOS, Android
Don't Escape Trilogy scriptwelder July 29, 2019 Microsoft Windows
Never Give Up Massive Monster August 13, 2019 Microsoft Windows, macOS, Nintendo Switch
Nauticrawl Spare Parts Oasis September 16, 2019 Microsoft Windows, macOS
Deep Sleep Trilogy scriptwelder October 25, 2019 Microsoft Windows
ITTA Glass Revolver April 22, 2020 Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch
Jet Lancer Vladimir Fedyushkin May 12, 2020 Microsoft Windows, macOS, Nintendo Switch
SOLAS 128 Amicable Animal January 19, 2021 Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch
A Rogue Escape Spare Parts Oasis June 10, 2021 Microsoft Windows, Oculus Rift


PC Magazine listed it in 2007 as one of the Top 100 undiscovered websites.[7] The American news station KSTU listed it as one of the 10 websites that they considered the best for finding "free online games".[8]


  1. ^ "Games of Gondor". Archived from the original on 2004-03-26. Retrieved 2010-03-19.
  2. ^ "". Games Of Gondor. Archived from the original on 2005-10-13. Retrieved 2010-03-19. will be changing to in 3 days.
  3. ^ "Armor Games". IGN. Archived from the original on 28 December 2008. Retrieved 2008-12-15.
  4. ^ a b "About Armor Games". Armor Games. Archived from the original on 23 March 2010. Retrieved 2010-03-19.
  5. ^ McElroy, Justin. "The Joystiq Indie Pitch: Armor Games". Joystiq. Archived from the original on 2010-05-14. Retrieved 2010-05-12.
  6. ^ "Data Breach Notification 2019". Armor Games. 1 January 2019. Retrieved 29 March 2019.
  7. ^ "Top 100 undiscovered Sites". PC Magazine (6): 55. November 2007. ISSN 0888-8507.
  8. ^ Cox, Dallas (August 11, 2020). "10 of the Best Websites for Free Online Games". KSTU. Retrieved August 17, 2020.

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