Saturday, May 16, 2009


For the last couple of days I've been messing around with gadgets. They're the wonderful things that you can put on the side bar of your blog. They can also be placed in a number of different google places like igoogle and orkut.

The first one I made is bulky. It's too big for blogs. It can be found down below. Today I created my new "tiny" picture sudoku. Currently it is to the immediate right-->

It is tiny, but isn't everything tiny on the internet these days? Please add it to your blog. It is easy to add to your blog--just click where it says "Add this gadget to your site." Like everything in the cyber world, the more people that place it on blogs and such, the higher ranking the gadget will get in search results.

Other things happening--

I am just about done with Distinctive Shade and Shutter's web site. I still have a few things left to do on it, and it needs to be optimized for search engines. I am pleased with it.

Three more arcade games will be added to buzzpath in the next couple of days, and another groovy picture sudoku is in the works.

more later,


Saturday, May 9, 2009

New Games

Three new games have been added to the arcade.


World on Fire

Monster Shop

They're all pretty good, but I like Monster Shop the best.



Friday, May 1, 2009

Introducing Buzzpath Arcade

I have officially started buzzpath Arcade. Beginning this month I will start bringing cool, quick, clean, fun and free Flash games that I find in the world wide web. The first three are

Bubble Panic
Use your magic wand to pop deadly bubbles. Simple, fun.

Kill the Dragons
Not as violent as it sounds. Clever, easy, some cool graphics.

Type n Pop
Polish your typing skills. It may seem easy at first, but it gets challenging.

New games will usually be added each week. I hope to soon have many on here. I know there are about eighty billion sites out there doing the same thing. Eventually I plan to offer a good blend of other people's stuff and my own. Soon, I hope, people with specific tastes in Flash games will rely on my unique ability to provide a quality selection, and appreciate me not bombarding them with thousands and thousands of stupid games.