Are you looking for a quick way to sell a site locked version of your game? Do you want to earn some more selling the
.fla source code? Then Neil from Free Online Games (aka FOG) is your man.
FOG is looking for any game, no matter how old it is or how wide spread it is already, as long as it’s a decent game. In this case FOG will buy you a site locked version of your game, or even the
.fla source code.
What happens when FOG buys a site locked version of your game
* The game is sitelocked to FOG
* You have to interface your game with their API
* You have to remove all external branding and ads
What happens when FOG buys the source code of your game
* FOG retains the rights to re-release, resell, re-use, delete, make more version and all in all everything with your code
* All branding, ads and credits will be removed
Note: if your game is already sponsored, you may no longer have the right to sell your source code. Check with your sponsor as FOG is not responsible for your previous deals
I am currently managing the latest small details about BarBalance. I’m selling the source code. Working with Neil is a pleasure as he’s very kind, professional and will support you through the entire process. Just consider FOG’s HQ is located in United Kingdom when your plan to chat with him.
His email, as well as his Skype, Messenger, ICQ, Yahoo and GTalk ids is Neil[at]FOG[dot]COM
I asked him a couple of questions just to give you as much information as possible
Are you really buying ANY kind of game
I primarily buy site locks of games, however if the source is available then we do try and purchase that too. I’m not out to purchase things left right and centre, all the games that are offered we review meticulously to see if it meets our standards, and at the moment, the majority of submissions are being rejected.
What’s the meaning of buying source codes? Don’t you think in most cases the sources would be hard to understand (i.e variable names in foreign languages, no optimization and so on…)
Sources in other languages aren’t too much of a concern as we have a multilingual staff base here at fog, if the code is not optimised then our in house programmer will go over it and see what can be done
Do you already have an example of a bought and republished game?
We have plenty of site locked games on our site. for games that we have bought source codes of and redone as fog games, and our own developed games can be seen at www.freegamesforyourwebsite.com
a few examples of site locks are
How much can a developer earn from FOG?
Generally prices range from $100-$500 for site locks, source code can be anything from $100-$1000 or more depending on the quality… I don’t feel that there is a limit on what a developer can earn for a
decent game, if it is really that good and someone wants it they’ll lay the money on the table to get it.
Hope this will help you to further monetize your games.
** edit **
BarBalance source code sold :)