Case Studies

PhishTank Logo

When PhishTank first opened, they were looking for developers for their API. Read more...

Ratepoint Logo

Ratepoint needed a toolbar that worked. Unfortunately, they were stuck with a toolbar that was poorly built. GameSpotting! Networks was called in to save the day! Read more...

DapperFox Logo

Dapper wanted to implement new features that reflected the power of Dapper Dapps into their DapperFox extension. However, when they were unable to secure a developer willing to improve DapperFox, GameSpotting! Networks came to the rescue. Read more...

Wordpress.com Logo

Wordpress.com wanted their new mobile version to made into a widget for several APIs/software for bloggers to have access to. Read more...

ThunderBrowse Logo

Growing frustrated with the way desktop mail clients handled web content, I set off to create a browser for Thunderbird that would allow me to save time and increase productivity. This project became ThunderBrowse. Read more...

Yaplet Logo

Yaplet is a small AJAX chat startup that wanted to connect to more users but needed a way to get their service to them. Read more...

2nPart Logo

2nPart was a startup that need to get a website out in the blue where they could point clients, friends, associates and other people to. So they asked us to help them build a website. Read more...

Karmasphere Logo

Karmasphere wanted a developer to test run their API, and they contacted GameSpotting! Networks to make a firefox extension that does just that. Read more...

Gabbly Logo

When Gabbly first released, there was a need for users to be able to put it into their site easily and effectively. Users needed help putting Gabbly on their website. Read more...

GameSpotting! Logo

Our flagship project, GameSpotting! is where our corporate name is taken from. GameSpotting! is a website that features the latest video game news and occasionally some reviews, too. Read more...