Casual gaming is one of the huge success stories of the Internet, although it’s underreported because for the most part writers don’t attach the ‘cool’ factor to it.
Either way, this is a powerful phenomenon that has been one of the more lucrative endeavors for those who want to set up gaming sites with social elements included.
To that end, a Danish startup named Nonoba launched last month that empowers users to create their own casual gaming sites with all the tools needed to make it an engaging experience for visitors and users.
In just about a month, 100 customers have signed up to create their own professional-looking gaming sites.
Nonoba has thought about everything a person would want for setting up a gaming site. They provide the content management system, as well as all of the tools needed to put together payment systems and multiplayer arenas for your users.
Other tools provided are mail templates for feedback, forums, and the ability to develop and manage chat rooms.
Games can be displayed in 26 languages.
Nonoba Empowers You to Create Your Own Game Site
Geebee Micro — April 25, 2009 — Tech
References: nonoba & venturebeat