Playaholics Relaunches With Lightning Pool 2
Company: Playaholics
Lightning Pool 2 is now online and ready to play. This is the highly anticipated sequel to Lightning Pool, one of the webs most popular casual games.

Lightning Pool 2 is the first in a series of exclusive games to be launched on the re-developed Playaholics site.

“With the massive popularity of Lightning Pool, we wanted to be very careful about the sequel.” said Colin Cardwell, CEO of 3RD sense. “The development team has done a great job over the past six months. I think you’re going to like it.”

With over 150 games, the new look Playaholics is set to make casual gaming more fun and more personal. New features include a subscription service with access to exclusive games in an ad free environment, extensive personal stats for members, and members will have the ability to challenge their friends through mini-leagues.

The new Playaholics offers a deeper gaming experience as members can now create their own avatars. All Playaholics members can truly stand out from the crowd.

“Playaholics now stands out as a ‘next’ generation casual games portal. The site offers so much more than great games.” Managing Director of 3RD sense UK Tom Gueterbock said. “Playaholics now has the features that the casual gamer demands”

Lightning Pool 2 is now available to play on the new improved Playaholics at www.playaholics.com

About 3RD sense

3RD sense is the creator of some of the web’s most popular casual games, including Jewel Thief, Lightning Pool, Swords and Sandals and Driving Mad. Playaholics is just one of the websites 3RD sense publish, chickstop.com, millionsofgames.com and two popular games blogs are in their portfolio.

3RD sense is also a dedicated advergames agency, specialising in the development of games for advertisers that meet their brand and marketing objectives. Working with brands they harness the ‘power of play’ to deliver immersive brand experiences.
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