Our first steps into the magical world of computers are usually made because of some breathtaking video games. Nowadays, the industry of video games is as valuable as the movie industry. Many predictions say it would be even more valueble in future. In 80's, people used to play games in the enterainment saloons. Later, video games became available in our homes on the first 8-bit and 16-bit computers and consoles. Modern video games are more than just games. They are simulation of lifes that we maybe liked to live, but we couldn't. We can be pilots of Boeing 747. We can drive a super modern car over 200 miles per hour. We can play football against Messi or we can be secret agents or war veterans.

Everything is possible in the modern video games and that's probably the answer of the question: Why they became so popular?

Unfortunatelly, we can't live of playing video games. That's a shame, really! :) If we can't just play the games, we can make a site about games and write about games (in pausas of playing). If you have enough readers, such web site could bring a good extra income.

Joomla games template Hot Gaming Zone could help you to create your own web site about video games. This is the list of the template's most important features:

  • 100% tableless XHTML/CSS.
  • Several pre-defined styles with different main color. Each color is easily customizable in parameters. Infinite color combination.
  • Hot Responsive Slideshow, Hot Joomla Carousel PRO and Hot Joomla Gallery modules included with template, pre-installed and configured. Support for K2 component is included. Commercial modules included in template are free for you, if you buy template.
  • HotStart (SQL dump) available with both single purchase or membership plan. It copies template with all extensions and demo data.
  • 16 collapsible module positions. You can add more within Sparky Framework.
  • SEO friendly.
  • PSD source file and fonts included.
  • Drop-down top menu.
  • Compatible with IE7+, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera.
  • Support for RTL (right-to-left) languages.

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