|"Plants vs. Zombies" by Big Fish Games|
Meet the new look of The Geek Twins blog and learn who won a $50 gift certificate from our "Big Fish Games" contest.
So, by now you've noticed the blog's new look. It's not a huge change, but there are some significant changes behind the scenes.
The number one change is speed. When I did tests, the blog took up to 30 seconds to load. That's way too long. The new blog loads in less than 5 seconds.
We've gotten rid of everything and started over, asking ourselves you really want from the blog.
- Trending Topics - Some topics are more popular than others. We put a list of the most popular topics in one list.
- ZergNet - We've partnered with ZergNet to share the hottest posts across the web
- Slider - We got rid of the slider. As much as we liked it, it was a pain to keep updating and the large images slowed the page down.
- Blogger Buddies - We got rid of the blog roll, but we plan to do highlights on our blogger buddies (from now on known as "The Superfriends". You'll end up with more significant and relevant linkbacks. You're awesome and you know it!
The winner of our $50 "Big Fish Games" contest is...Breanne Tennant !
Congratulations Breanne! You'll have 24 hours to contact us at geektwins (@) gmail com to claim your prize or the prize will be awarded to another winner.
Thanks to everyone who entered and a special thanks to Big Fish Games for sponsoring our contest!
About Big Fish Games
Big Fish Games distributes over 2,500 casual downloadable games for over 500 developers. The company serves over 1,500,000 downloads per day. The service offers downloadable casual games with a try-before-you-buy model where consumers can play games for free for 60 minutes, then have the option to purchase that game to keep playing. Games are available from iOS, Android, PC\MAC and online.
Official Site: bigfishgames.com/
Here are some of the most popular games on Big Fish
- Big Fish has many mystery games and some of the most popular are "Shades of Death: Royal Blood," "Nancy Drew" series games and The "Mystery Case Files" series of games.
- Some of the most downloaded puzzle-solving games are "Dark Tales: Edgar Allan Poe's the Black Cat," "Kate Arrow: Deserted Wood," and "Hidden Relics."
What do you think of the new look? Have you ever played a "Big Fish" game?
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