We once wrote that game companies in China have found a blue sea of web game. Actually more and more companies have realized that a “lighter” game portfolio could be the new driver to their business. Compared to traditional client games which are experiencing slow-growth in both revenue and market, mini-client games, it seems that browser games or mobile games are about to bring along more prominent results.

Last week, game publisher Shanda Games revealed that it would release more ‘light-weighted” games in the near future. Currently the company has already been operating two successful mini-client games Miracle3 and Wushuang, which are co-operated with other game platforms like 9377 and 37wan. The next plan of Shanda is to launch some in-house developed mini-client products including CaihongDao, and Xingchenbian.

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