Play Free Games Online

Posted on September 23, 2005 12:50 AM by Joel Comm

I will never forget the thrill of seeing my first video game. Pong opened the doorway to electronic gaming bliss and most in my generation have never looked back. I remember when Space Invaders and Asteroids came out, displacing the pinball machine as the game du jour. I remember begging my father for a Fairchild video game system, the predecessor to the Atari 2600. I remember playing games on my TRS-80 and being absolutely floored when computers gained the capability of producing quality graphics that surpassed the video game system.

Fast forward to 2005. Video games and computer games have advanced beyond my wildest childhood dreams. No longer do you have to drop quarters in a machine to play for another five minutes. No longer do you have to purchase a game to enjoy a new experience. The web bas become an enormous playground of wonderful diversion, all available at the click of a mouse.

logo3.jpgWant to find a new diversion? How does over 500 free games sound? Head over to and instantly have access to your choice of adventure, action, flying and puzzle games. There are more games than there hours in the day, so you most certainly will be able to find something of interest!

How the times have changed. Have fun! Play games!

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3 Comments For This Post

  1. Dan Says:


    My first job was working at an Arcade in 1979.

    I once played Asteroids for six hours on 1 quarter and and another time went 90 minutes without losing a ship. Every friday night I would have people lined up 3-4 Deep to watch me play at the local Pizza joint. Your post brought back some good memories.

    When I tell my nephews that I once thought Pong was the coolest game ever they think I'm nuts.


  2. Betsy Markum Says:

    I can't believe it, my co-worker just bought a car for $60738. Isn't that crazy!

  3. play games online Says:

    Here's the new Factory Balls! More levels, more tools, more balls, a true recycle bin. Enjoy! to try to win some cold hard cash. Peace.

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Joel Comm is an Internet entrepreneur who has been online for over 20 years. In 1995, Joel launched, a family-friendly portal to the web which enjoys thousands of visitors each day. Joel is the co-creator of, which was acquired by Yahoo! in 1997, and now goes by the name Yahoo! Games. Since then, Joel's company, InfoMedia, Inc., has launched dozens of web sites which offer online shopping, free stuff, website reviews and more. Joel is the author of many popular books, including the NY Times Best-Seller, The AdSense Code. He regularly makes appearances at Internet marketing conferences and seminars.