Six Game Domain Names 4-Sale!

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  1. Tom Gilleland

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    Aspiring Game Portal Developers,

    I have six domains that I purchased for making game portals. I linked up a few to start growing the page ranks, but basically the domains are empty. I think the first two are really great names and a good place to start. I've listed their current PR ranking and the date that I have them paid through. I have some big projects to work on, so I have little time to continue work with these domains. So I would like to sell them to someone as a set. Thanks!

    -Tom

    firsthourfree.com 12/19/2012 PR4
    playrightaway.com 2/26/2008 PR0
    casualgamesmac.com 12/22/07 PR3
    casualgamespc.com 12/22/07 PR3
    maccasualgames.com 12/22/07 PR0
    pccasualgames.com 12/22/07 PR0
     
  2. PoV

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    Wow. Who doesn't have a handful of domain names they'd be looking to part with. Buying them originally only because they were cool, or you were hit with some random moment of inspiration that never panned out. PM or e-mail me if you care.

    360dev.net
    digitail.net
    digitail.org
    driedmedia.com
    drysucker.com
    fakeway.com
    fishycat.com
    gameartz.com
    tehcode.com
    xbladev.com
    xbladev.net
    xbladev.org

    Who's next? :)
     
  3. DanMarshall

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    drysucker.com? What was that one going to be??
     
  4. PoV

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    It was part of a set of mismatched contrasting terms. I could pretend I was drunk, but it was just another happy hyper design mood. It's one that slipped past my better judgment.
     
  5. alfie

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    What about fishycat.com? Was that inspired by the Smelly Cat song from friends?
     
  6. Uesugi

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    Ha ha, fishycat.com. That's great. Wish I owned it... though I'd just let it sit and languish with my collection of odd domains.

    You could probably put a big picture of a fish on the top of the page and then let people submit pictures of their cats, and make a fortune off of Google ads...
     
  7. PoV

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    No.

    See, he gets it. :)

    Now if I only had time for web development.
     
  8. TimS

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    Ha.

    You think drysucker is an odd domain name to be sitting on...

    How 'bout:

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    Now that's a winner. I'll sell it for the big bucks when I'm done using it. :D

    -Tim

    p.s. -- you didn't see this.
     
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  9. electronicStar

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    :confused:
    I think the drysucker one is very good though, it has so much shock value, you could strike gold if you find a way to use it:D
     
  10. Tom Gilleland

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    Okay, back from the thread hijacker ;)

    I will leave this post of for a few days and then I will sell the domains to whoever offers the most. I'm not looking for big money, so pm me an offer if you like.

    Tom
     

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