The Insider’s Guide To Miniclip: The Official Handbook

On the 1st October, Miniclip published its first ever printed book, The Insider’s Guide To Miniclip: The Official Handbook. I’ve got a copy and it’s super cool; let me tell you a little bit about the book itself.

We’ve compiled a load of hidden features, and tips and tricks for all of our games (complete with notes from the people who made the games), and combined them into one single place for you to browse and enjoy at your convenience.

The book has over 150 pages of exclusive behind-the-scenes access, with details of over 100 of Miniclip’s greatest games: what they’re about, how to play them and most importantly, how to be awesome at them. We’ve split up the games into categories — just like on — so you can get straight to your favourite games.

You’ll also have a chance to meet the Miniclip team members that created the site and who work tirelessly to keep it updated and fresh, via their avatars, known as YoMes. You might’ve created your own YoMe when you signed up to the site, but if you haven’t made one yet, don’t worry: The Insider’s Guide has a step-by-step guide to creating your own YoMe, complete with background.

What’s more, with the Insider’s Guide, you can also access exclusive content on As an Insider, you can play games before their release date and also check out sneak previews of upcoming games.

Get The Insider’s Guide itself on Amazon — or just ask Father Christmas to add it to your Christmas list.

Are you looking forward to getting a copy?

6 replies

  1. That’s awesome. I can’t beleive that this site is made with Couldn’t the Miniclip staff ATLEAST use Comeon’. But anyway – cool blog Miniclip Team. I really like the stlye of the site.

    • Thanks for the message. Why do you think we should have used the version of WordPress over the one? Why don’t you use the version? There’s loads of great blogs hosted on, and if we host with them then we can focus on writing content rather than running servers and software updates.

  2. Any plans to lauch the print copy in others places like Canada next?
    Been playing on your site since as far back as I can remember. Heli Attack 2 is the one I can first remember playing. It’s amazing how much you’ve grown. It’s a credit to the team you have and their hard work to keep things fresh, current and up to date. Love the grand variety of games you’ve provided from arcade to brain teasers and the multiplayers are just so much fun.

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