GameSmith Reaches 50,000 Users
8:08 AM | Andy Largent | Comment on this story
GameSmith, the casual online gaming service run by Freeverse Software to support their numerous card and board games, recently announced they had reached the 50,000 user point. Obviously this is an impressive statistic given the size of the Mac gaming community, and president Ian Lynch Smith boasts about the achievement appropriately:
With its concentration on the casual Mac game market, GameSmith provides a friendly meeting place for gamers from around the globe.If you haven't checked out GameSmith, be sure to do so by downloading the client via the links below.
GameSmith Passes 50,000 Users
Ian Lynch Smith, President of Freeverse has said, "Of all the kinds of stones that one can pass, this milestone feels pretty good! We're thrilled with the quality of the community we've been able to build. It is playful but not childish, and the level of conversation on GameSmith is unlike any other online gaming experience. Our users, from teachers to students, from grandmothers to teenagers, are simply some of the greatest people on the net."
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