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oRPG Creator Code is now released!

Miscellany 20 Sep 2015
Anouncement and link to download.
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Horse World Online - Now Open

General Game Chat 04 Aug 2015
Horse World Online has officially opened. Come breed the horse of your dreams.   www.horseworldonline.net  
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Satirical Dictionary of Game Terms

Gamer Life 19 Jun 2015
What a game/game owner says, and what it actually means.   Active - Live people actually visit: may or may not be at the same time you are on Advanced - Lots of interesting details, but no guides to help you figure them out Based on - They got pretty closed to the real deal, but not really....
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10 Free Items of Swat Gear

For Sale 05 Jun 2015
Swat Gear Items Enjoy =)
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Seeking programmer (experience doesn't matter!)

Want Ads 27 May 2015
I'm not sure how much attention this'll get ( this site has quieted down since I was last here ). I'm looking for a programmer to help me program the back end to a game I'm making. I won't go into any details publicly ( you can email me if you're interested ). But the layout is done and the featu...
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Create Games, Build Communities GameFruit is a resource network for independent Persistent Browser-Based Games. Our mission is to support developers, promote games, and foster the genre community.


PBB what?


It’s not as complicated as it sounds, we promise. Persistent Browser-Based Games (PBBGs) are online games that:
  1. 1. Can be played entirely in a web browser (no downloads)
  2. 2. Feature “live” components – game elements that continue to update, grow, or change even when the player is not logged in (“persistent”)
  3. 3. Are designed to be played over an extended length of time
At GameFruit we focus primarily on simulation and pet games that are independently owned and developed.


Why indie?



Our genre is built almost entirely by independent developers who fell in love with PBBGs as players. They are uniquely connected to the community, and because of that their business practices are also unique. We think that's pretty darn awesome - absofruitly awesome, in fact.



Want to see what all of the fuss is about?



Let's Get Fruity