Today, Game Insight is announcing that web and desktop versions of its casual games portfolio, Airport City, The Tribez, Paradise Island 2, Mystery Manor and Solitaire: Treasure of Time, can now be played and downloaded directly from its online destination https://www.game-insight.com.
Releasing games directly across web and desktop creates new avenues to expand partnerships, integrations, and access to new channels that offer even more value to players. “Open Web is a gateway to new player-to-player interactions and business models that are currently locked down by the traditional platforms,” says Anatolijs Ropotovs, CEO of Game Insight.
Keeping with the company's philosophy, its latest releases are fully cross-play, allowing players to access their progress and play together across other platforms by simply using a browser. In fact, by releasing Airport City with the help of the trail.gg zero-friction gaming platform, the game can be embedded on any website. And for players who want to skip opening their browser every time, the games are also available for desktop with higher resolution and ultra-wide monitor support.
Earlier this year at G!Day1, the online keynote experience for fans of Game Insight games, the company affirmed its commitment to expand authentic player-to-player interactions across its casual portfolio in 2022. That means soon players will be running the gamut from chatting, mingling and trading, to competing at minigames, to coordinating on their plan of attack for boss fights, or just hanging out.
Since its founding, Game Insight has deftly navigated shifting trends in the game industry: first innovating on social platforms, then expanding to mobile-first development, all while incorporating engaging gameplay that modern players expect. Reinvigorating its casual offering on web and desktop is the latest step in over a decade-long journey for the company to meet players and delight them wherever they choose to play.