The Washington Post Launches New Online Games Section

WASHINGTON—August 15, 2012—The Washington Post today unveiled an all-new online games section that will feature more than two dozen online games, including Mahjongg, Jigsaw, Spellbound, and Solitaire. The section will continue to feature The Post’s popular Sunday, daily and Post Puzzler crosswords and daily and mega Sudoku.

“For some readers, crosswords and other puzzles have long been an important part of their interaction with The Washington Post. As games remain a popular feature, we look forward to expanding our variety and engaging even more users,” said Emilio Garcia-Ruiz, Editor for Strategic Projects and Digital Development for The Washington Post.

All of the games on The Post’s website will be available for free. The Post’s new games section is powered by Arkadium, a leading game development studio with the largest library of casual games in the world.

To visit the section, go to  

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