Welcome to our second monthly Miniclip Roundup! Get ready for all the latest info on our new games, videos, and all things Miniclip. Don’t forget, this is your chance to get involved and ask us whatever’s on your mind in the Comments section. What a busy few weeks it’s been – here’s what’s been happening on the site and with the team.7 Comments Read More ›
behind the scenes
Welcome to your monthly update from the 8 Ball Pool team! Plenty to tell you about as always, with the release of new versions of 8 Ball for web, Facebook and mobile devices. If you missed the previous blog post, head here to find out about new features like calling pockets on elite tiers, and earning Pool Cash when you level up.135 Comments Read More ›
Hi and welcome to the first Miniclip Roundup! In these blog posts, we’ll bring you a look at our hottest games this month, plus news, videos, cool stuff that you’ve made, plus what’s been going on in the Miniclip offices. It’s your chance to get a look inside the inner workings of Miniclip, and also ask us anything that’s on your mind – get involved in the Comments section below!
Let’s start with some of our favourite games of this month.8 Comments Read More ›
“So, I’ve got this friend… he’s an amateur triathlete and he’s just qualified for a place at the World Ironman Championships in Hawaii, where he has to run 26.2 miles (42km), then swim 2.4 miles (4km) and finish with a 112 mile (180km) cycle! But he’s got to raise some cash to get there. Any chance Miniclip can help him?”
This was pretty much how it all started a few months back, when we embarked on our sponsorship of Raphael Vorpe, a 30-year-old triathlete from the Bernese Jura region of Switzerland.3 Comments Read More ›
Miniclip today has over 100 million players every month, our game library extending beyond 800 titles, and almost 200 employees across our offices in the UK, Portugal, Switzerland the USA. In our new Tech Blog series, written by our DevOps Manager Dave Shanker, we’ll take a look at the challenges faced – and overcome – in growing Miniclip from its origins to what it is today.3 Comments Read More ›