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|Headquarters||Boca Raton, Florida|
|Alexa rank||680,620; 413,753: United States (February 2014[update])|
Flashline Games is an online game portal, serving only Adobe Flash - based games. The categories of the games include Action, Adventure, Arcade, Life & Style, Puzzle, Shooting, Sports, and Strategy. A drop-down search suggestion tool similar to that of Facebook or Google is featured on the website. The company logo features an 'S' shaped, yellow lightning bolt wearing dark blue sunglasses.
The website was taken down between February 9, 2014 and May 17, 2014. If you do go onto the web domain now it say that it is for sale therefore it is inactive and will no longer be available to the public for flash games anymore.
Max Dirt Bike has notably been the most played game since the launch of the website. It features a motorcyclist attempting to cross the finish line, while overcoming obstacles for over 20 levels.
Super Mario Brothers Flash is the online, replicated version of the classic Nintendo 64 game. One may play as either Mario or Luigi, just as in the original version of the game. There are three worlds in this game, with a castle at the end of each.
Age of War is a strategy game that spans from prehistoric times to the future. The player faces the computer in a one on one tower defense style game. Money is collected each time an opponent is killed. The money collected may be used to purchase more infantry or turrets. Experience is gained for each kill, and must be gained in order to evolve to the next time period.
The website recently integrated a point system, which rewards its members with points in various ways. A player may earn one point for logging in per day, five points per comment, and ten points for referring a friend to the website. At the moment points may not be redeemed for any sort of reward.
- "Flashlinegames.com Site Info". Alexa Internet. Retrieved 2014-02-02.
- Website from February 9, 2014 in the Wayback Machine and
Website from May 17, 2014 in the Wayback Machine
- W3C (December 29, 2010). "W3C Markup Validation of Flashlinegames".