Sooo.... remember this? http://forums.indiegamer.com/showthread.php?t=22309 It was basically about this: http://www.positech.co.uk/indiegames/ which had the domain name showmethegames.com (currently mid-move, so ignore it). The idea was: Get 20 indie devs to spend $50 each on advertising. Pool all the money in one CPC ad campaign, and direct the clicks to a site randomly showing screenshots from those 20 developers games. The idea was that this was more cost effective that paying for a click, only to have just a single game to promote when you get a visitor. I handled all the ad management myself. I left it up to the individual devs to determine if the visitor quantity and quality they got was worth $50. Some said it wasn't Some said it was. This was an experiment, and we made some mistakes that I'd fix next time. I do believe it is a workable model, and worth trying again. I suspect about half of the devs will drop out and won't want to do it again, but I thought I'd throw it open to see if there were any takers for getting involved? If we do it again, it will be $100 each, or more. Otherwise its too much hassle admin wise. Just to pre-empt some flaming: The games are not typical casual game fare. Match 3 or HOG titles aren't really going to fit in here. The games have a certain minimum quality standard. We don't want very basic, amateurish looking games on the list. I know people get offended by developers saying that, but tough, frankly. This is a business model based around grabbing peoples attention with a 500 pixel screenshot. Any thoughts? comments? ideas? questions? suggestions?