Mousebreaker is a UK based casual games website founded in 2001 by Richard Pendry and Alick Stott. One of the earliest browser game portals, the site earned a reputation in terms of publishing sports and, in particular, football games. In 2008 the website was purchased by UK publisher IPC Media for a rumoured seven figure sum. Today the site is amongst the biggest UK flash games website, with over 4,500,000 unique users per month .Pendry and Stott first worked together on flash games as a hobby in 2000. Their first projects were a simple penalty shoot out game, and a pool game that would be the basis of the Blast Billiards franchise.
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Daniel Foley has returned to IPC Media as editor of men’s magazine website nuts. co. uk and the games site Mousebreaker. com. Foley was previously editor at IPC Inspire’s YBW. com. After leaving the company he worked at London online start up therunningbug. co. uk, a running website that covers diets, training and a forum for the running community.
IPC has promoted James Thrower to publisher of weekly magazine Nuts and casual games website Mousebreaker.
Mousebreaker, the free-to-play gaming website published by IPC Media, has unveiled a new look today (3 December), which offers advertisers the chance to sponsor individual games.