|Games.com. The name up there in the title used to be a live link to the site itself, which still existed - but has since been bought by an outfit much chintzier than the original, so no link. I know you'll look anyway, so that's really not this.
The original Games.com was a great place to work. It was nothing but great games, moving into the age of the internet.
It began as an offshoot of Hasbro, which makes, as was often said, "every game you've ever heard of except Uno." Monopoly, Scrabble, Clue [Cluedo], Boggle, Sorry!, Battleship, Asteroids, Centipede, Milles Bornes, Pit, Rook, Yahtzee - they all belonged to Hasbro. All that was needed was to build a web site so people all over the world could compete against each other, or get together for extended family games - and I was Web Site Editor. Plus, everybody in the building had to playtest each and every game. It was a rough life.
But Games.com was interesting to me on all sorts of meta-levels, because Hasbro had bought the rights to the original Atari games, and of course I had started at Atari, so what had gone around had come around. And then, soon after we launched the site, Hasbro sold it and the licenses for all its games to Infogrames - which didn't mean much at the time, but a year later I went to work for Infogrames at Atari Labs and intersected Atari for the third time.
Then, two years after that, I ended up working for a supposedly-revamped Games.com a second time, as the Senior Creative Consultant in charge of redesigning everything. This is a very convoluted but very incestuous field!