Since I tested this game, purely in a viral marketing context, and could never
score well evaluate it completely, I was encouraged by the after market enhancement available. When someone goes to the effort of hacking your flash game, you’ve made it big time.
So the startup is a logical extension… I hope one of them has a marketing strategy. When the online advertising dollars start to drop, hopefully they have another game that’s just as addictive. That’s not likely, but there’s always the option to do custom games for organizations, develop a point and click builder for similar games, or even do something silly like charge for access to older games.