TEL AVIV, Israel, June 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Score:plug, a unique software development pioneered in Tel Aviv, Israel backed up with development facilities in Russia, enables a scoring system to be attached to virtually any Flash-based computer game without having to alter the game's script.
This development changes some of the basic concepts affecting the Flash game market. Without intruding into the mechanics of individual games, Score:plug radically alters the dynamics of online games, transforming the games player from being an individual just challenging himself to a member of an online community.
Score:plug is already being taken up by some of the online game's major publishers such as Spilgames, with over 150 million user per month and Free Online Games (FOG), with over a million users per day.
Publishers can obtain a wide variety of benefits from taking the Score:plug system on board. They can now obtain and save data from any Flash game on line. The technology can be easily and quickly integrated with any gaming websites without requiring access to the developer's code.
Thousands of on-line games are available and compatible with Score:plug. This provides a mouth-watering prospect for game players of all ages of thousands of active and teeming networks, focused around games, scoreboards and competitions that Score:plug makes such an easy facility to create.
Tal Melenboim, joint creator of Score:plug with Vladimir Patashvili comments: "Score:plug not only has the virtue of driving more traffic and creating much more interest to participating sites. It also may help lone users acquire more social skills and develop worthwhile friendships through on-line chat facilities."
The two founders have ten years of experience with the Flash games market. From a low key launch, more than twenty sites now feature Score:plug facilities and Tal is now in discussion with more than two hundred further publishers, being confident in this product as a major influence in the online games world.
SCORE:plug revolutionizes Flash based games on the web. Any site offering Flash games can use SCORE:plug to access and display game scores, power scoreboards and build communities surrounding the games, without altering the game's script. Founded by Tal Melenboim and Vladimir Patashvili in 2007, SCORE:plug's headquarters are located in Tel Aviv, Israel with a development center in Russia. For more information, visit www.scoreplug.com