[casual_games] Web 2.0 game
wade at largeanimal.com
Sun Mar 30 20:22:51 EDT 2008
If you really mean platform, then I'd cast a vote for the Facebook API
(along with whatever tech your game is written in - we use a combo of
Flash/LAMP). The other social network APIs are promising - OpenSocial is a
great idea - but Facebook is in the lead in terms of maturity, dev
community, and addressable audience. That might not still be the case in a
few months, of course.
Note that when I say maturity, I'm talking *relative* maturity. Developing
for Facebook is definitely a bit of a wild west scenario, with the API
changing on a regular basis and sometimes in ways that might break existing
apps. So, launching a game is just one step in the process.
Large Animal Games
On Facebook? Check out Bumper Stars!
On 30/03/2008, guang xu <guangxu at fl3dge.com> wrote:
A question to those who are into Web 2.0:
What is the best Web 2.0 game or game platform in your opinion?
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