Spil Games

  • Adyen chosen to power Spil Games' online payments

    Adyen chosen to power Spil Games' online payments

    In the coming together of two Dutch startups, Adyen, the Internet payment solutions provider, has been selected by casual gaming portal Spil Games to power its online payments. Adyen’s pitch is that its technology enables payment via a single page and single click by making nifty use of AJAX and, the company claims, is shown to boost conversion rates and reduce costs by as much as 50%. Read More

  • Spil Games unveils new logo – it's a big deal, apparently

    Spil Games unveils new logo – it's a big deal, apparently

    Spil Games, the casual gaming portal, has unveiled a new logo, err, “brand identity”. The revamp includes a redesigned corporate website and the drawing up of the Dutch company’s manifesto, which contains bold statements like “We play … by our own rules.” But I shouldn’t mock, the “corporate rebrand” is a big deal to Spil Games apparently. The… Read More

  • Spil Games embraces HTML5 to take its casual games mobile, launches developer contest

    Spil Games embraces HTML5 to take its casual games mobile, launches developer contest

    Spil Games, the casual gaming portal, has rolled out mobile versions of its games based on HTML5, making them accessible on a range of Android handsets, as well as the iPhone and iPad. Additionally, the Netherlands-based company is launching a developer contest to help fuel new HTML5 games, with prizes totaling $50,000 for the best new titles. Claiming to be ranked as a top 60 most visited… Read More