A. FGL.com is a broker of games. Game developers use the site to showcase their games; game publishers can check out the games and make offers to buy or license any games that fit their needs.
A. It's easy. A developer uploads a game and fills out some simple information about that game, like the description, genre, and percent complete. The developer also indicates what kind of deals they may be interested in - everything from selling the full source code and IP to in-game ads and revenue sharing.
Next, a publisher views the game. Publishers can browse all the games in the database, or search for exactly what they need by genre or licensing type. Publishers can even play the completed games so they know exactly what they are getting. When a publisher finds a game that fits their needs, they can contact the developer with an offer. The type of offer will depend on the kinds of deals that the developer indicated they were interested in, of course, but may be a bid or a flat fee. Developers and publisher can then negotiate for the best deal that meets everyone's needs.
A. We are a small team of game developers who wanted to help enrich and grow the game community. We are also responsible for Game Sponsorship, Flash Game Distribution, and Flash Game Blogs. You can learn a bit more about us on the About page.