Tim Fisher informed me about their new service: Pjio. Bit difficult word – but basically pjio.com is a place where people can upload, tag, share and play games. Service is in beta phase now.
pjio, pronounced “jahy-oh”, is a video game website where the community controls the content by uploading, sharing, reviewing and playing the games. Video game developers are encouraged to upload and share their latest creations and have pjio members give them creative and constructive feedback, and perhaps even purchase a copy or two. Where else can a developer try out new ideas, showcase their latest creation and get feedback within minutes of release. Virtually any game uploaded to pjio.com be delivered as a web browser embedded game, that game can then be embedded in any web page.
pjio is for everyone, people can :
1. Play the latest video games for free
2. Find people with similar gaming interests
3. Compete in challenges and score leagues
4. Upload and share games worldwide for free
5. Embed games on their own websites
6. Create sub-communities or Gaming Groups of people who play the same games
7. Earn loyalty for playing games, rating games and providing constructive feedback.
Right now pjio is in beta phase testing and is looking for content.
- Do you want your game hosted?
- Do you want a web version of your game? One that you can embed in your own site or friends myspace accounts.
- Do you want your game promoted within a community of gamers?
- Do you want gamers directed to your own website?
- Is a community rating, ranking and commenting on your game useful to you?
- Is reporting such as downloads, plays and click through important?
- Do you want all of the above for free?
Pjio.com is sort of “YouTube of Games” – so check it out & start uploading your games.