for Flash game sites can pop up just about anywhere, and they definitely have their place among internet users. But the question remains, can you really make money with a Flash games website? The answer is yes and no. While it is possible to develop a working online gaming site that people will like and enjoy, it appears monetizing from this method of online business is tougher than it looks. Here we’re going to look at some of the reasons why you may want to think twice before entering this field, and if you do decide to give it a shot anyways, at least you will be well informed as to what you are getting yourself into.
Like most everything else on the web, Flash game sites are a heavily contested battlefield, in which tens of thousands of publishers online are constantly fighting for their share of a market that continues to grow. However, there are a few problems that will clearly hamper the long term growth of Flash gaming online. Some of those problems stem from the fact that Flash games have no native support for standard PC controllers (in which other online gaming platforms such as XBOX Live and the PlayStation Network do not suffer from this problem), they rely on the Flash browser plugin (HTML5 games don’t! But we have a ways to go with this technology.), and that fact that many new Flash gaming sites popup on the web on a daily basis.
A heavily saturated Flash games market makes the prospect of developing a well ranking site in this field highly unlikely. Besides competing with home gaming consoles, Flash game sites must also compete with high quality games from Facebook, Google+, and other social media platforms. Also, while home gaming consoles are scaled down to a bare operating system that focuses on just gaming, PC’s on the other hand aren’t typically developed just for gaming, and the