PRLog - Feb. 23, 2011 - POMPANO BEACH, Fla. -- FORT LAUDERDALE, FL (DATE) -- eLibs, the leading online site for free printable and shareable adlibs games, is excited to announce the launch of its new website design. The website, which now sports a fresh new look and increased usability on standard and mobile browsers, has brought with it numerous new features to make these classic stories even more fun.
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The design, which replaced the original from 1999, has given the site numerous capabilities to make it easier and more fun to use. Visitors can now make, play and share their stories on various social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Digg, through RSS feeds, and much more.
A 'Funkatizer' has also been added to the site. This feature lets users convert their stories into entertaining languages including fun cartoons like Elmer Fudd and the Smurfs. Funny and crazy polls are also available on the new site, and are sure to get some giggles.
For users who like to work in groups, interactive stories are now offered on eLibs. Here, one user creates a story, which other users can then add onto. There are two different endings for the story, so all users can enjoy the game as a group, but still take the story in the direction they prefer.
"We're thrilled to introduce the world to our new site. The stories are fun all on their own, but with all the new features, we've made them even better. Now, users can create and play word games on their phone and try their hand at interactive stories. Best of all, users can share the fun with friends, family and social connections,"
The game is simple, says Hoffman. To play, participants are given a category and they then fill in the blanks with words from the appropriate category. Hoffman even provided a small story sample of the fun available at eLibs. Those interested can play the story, entitled Spider Man, on the eLibs site.
The new design at eLibs has paved the way for the company's many planned features and updates the company has planned. Some of the new additions planned for the site include Facebook, iPhone, iPad and Android apps, flash games, education modules for teachers and students, contests, prizes, WordPress plugin and much more.
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