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WEB DEVELOPMENT

Add Games to Your Site
By: KC Morgan
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    2009-05-15

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    Look for free games online and you might never find your way out of the search engine you‘re using. In other words, there’s going to be a lot of listings if you go trying to find some fun during an ordinary day. Finding free games to play online and finding free games to put on your Web site, however, are two different things entirely.

    Many, many Web sites boast free games (isn’t that how you got the idea?), but these sites may not be so willing to share their fun with other Webmasters. You may find a thousand sites that offer completely free, playable games which you find thoroughly enjoyable. You may even find a way to download these games and then upload them again on your site. If they’re free, that’s okay…isn’t it?

    In this case, “free” doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s free for you to download and then re-use it on your own site. In fact, in some cases you could probably get in serious trouble (copyright infringement, etc.) for doing so. If you’re going to download games for use on your site, make sure that you’re using a site made just for that express purpose; namely, made for Webmasters who want to improve their own pages. Don’t simply take games from others as you find them, because even “free” doesn’t always mean you’re allowed to use those downloads for just anything you like.

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