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Parking Games 365 Launches as The New Home Of Online Parking Flash Games

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Parking Games 365 is a new website created to collect the very best examples of parking games from the free to play flash game market and bring them together in a single location.

Silver Springs, NY, United States of America – March 20, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Flash games are a great way to distract oneself and blow off some steam with a combination of simple yet challenging game mechanics, bold concepts and fun level designs. The types of flash games available are overwhelming in number, and many people find that they enjoy a specific genre of flash game more than others. Amongst all the kinds available, parking games have found surprising popularity- in which gamers must guide a car through obstacles to a safe final location. Parking Games 365 has been launched to become the final location users need ever search to find such games.

The site offers a comprehensive catalog of the world’s best parking games, all free to play and all available to play directly in the website, so players won’t end up navigating across the net but can play everything they like from a single location.

The games on offer include everything from City Traffic Parking to Furious Patrol Parking, and there are even games for taxiing a jumbo jet to the take off point at the airport. The games are ranked by user ratings and number of plays.

A spokesperson for Parking Games 365 explained, “These games are a great way to sharpen hand eye coordination and some even teach the basic principles of parking cars in difficult spots to users, so teenagers can use these games to get a theoretical head start on their upcoming driving lessons. The games are regularly updated as we find new releases and discover new great quality games, and our editorial team works tirelessly to provide the best service possible. We recommend gamers bookmark our page so that finding great quality parking games is as easy as possible, as they are unlikely to need any other resource thanks to our exhaustive catalogue.”

About Parking Games 365:
Parking Games 365 is an online collection of the best free to play flash games from the parking genre. These games are great for those who enjoy obstacle avoidance and driving challenges, and include against the clock challenges and racing hybrids. The site is regularly updated and includes games both new and classic, 2D and 3D, and more.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.parkinggames365.net/

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Name: Robert Barnes
Email: robert@eebmedia.com
Phone: 18453674522
Organization: EEB Media

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