Austin, Texas (PRWEB) May 23, 2005
NumbThumb Games, LLC (http://www.NumbThumb.com), an online video game rental service, has good news for avid gamers: They have launched their newly redesigned Web site for easier navigation, added new game platforms and lowered the price of their monthly premier service.
NumbThumb.com is an online service that allows members to rent video games online and receive them in the mail Â with no due dates or late fees. The premier service, now only $19.95 per month, allows customers to have two games out at a time.
The continuously growing library of over 2,000 titles has been expanded to include two new game platforms. In addition to PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube and GameBoy Advance, the library now includes games for SonyÂs PlayStation Portable (PSP) and the Nintendo DS.
The newly designed Web site offers easy navigation, a clean look and feel and now provides more information for members to make their game selections. Each game platform category features various search options such as "Action/FPS/Fighter, "Driving Racing," "New Releases" and "Pre-Releases."
Since there are no late fees and no due dates, when members are done playing a game they simply return it in the postage-paid envelope and receive their next game in their mailbox in as little as one to three days. NumbThumb's centrally located distribution center in Austin, Texas allows for members to receive games faster, offering more play time and less transit time.
About NumbThumb Games, LLC
NumbThumb Games, LLC has been in business for over three years and was founded by avid gamers looking for a better way to rent games. Launched to the public in 2002, the Web site offers a growing library of over 2,000 titles to customers across the United States. The library of games consists of titles for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube, Game Boy Advanced, Sony PSP and Nintendo DS game platforms. NumbThumb does not have due dates or late fees and offers unlimited rentals delivered to the customerÂs mailbox for a low monthly subscription.
For more information, visit http://www.NumbThumb.com.
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