10 Million Games Played at YoYoGames.com
November 8, 2009
The 41,000+ games uploaded at YoYoGames.com have now been played over 10,000,000 times in total.
Although this is a nice milestone figure for the site to reach the number of game plays per day has not increased over the past year.
The game with the most plays by far remains sakisa‘s Crimelife 2 which has now been played nearly 300,000 times accounting for almost 3% of total game plays on the site.
12 Replies to “10 Million Games Played at YoYoGames.com”
You need to rename the topic. It says “10 Million Games Played at YoYoGames.com”. There aren’t 10 million games on their site 😛 I think there’s about 41,762.
I think it should be “10 Million Game Plays at YoYoGames.com”
But then again, what’s my opinion mean anyway.. *pfft*
“1. The “Remember me” only “remembers” you for a few days before logging you out again. They should make you permanently logged in, if that is checked.”
It’s never logged me out before.
If you think about it, most people are probably going there just to play the games. Like, say you would at MiniClip or other free flash game sites.
They probably have no need to sign up or login, as I’s assume there are more players than developers (the only one’s that really need to sign up).
Some people may or may not agree with me, but here is why I personally don’t log in into YYG.
1. The “Remember me” only “remembers” you for a few days before logging you out again. They should make you permanently logged in, if that is checked.
2. There is absolutely no benefit to logging in, except that you can comment on games.
I agree with Brad. I never comment on games so there is no need for me to login. I’ve never ever been on the YYG Forums even.
What’s impressive here is the fact that there seem to be only 24 members out of 2834 people people browsing the site as of right now. Could be a bug by YoYoGames’ site designers. Either way impressive.
On a side note: ugh, Crimelife 2
Good point. Maybe it looks for guests active in the last 60 minutes. O_O
That’s a pretty impressive result =)
Nice. I was wondering when they’d reach 10 million. 🙂