games.myspace.com. That's all I really need to tell you. Since the social networking site has boomed and grown in the past few years, we've seen them emerge with all sorts of spinoff myspace sites to keep people on there longer and allow the advertising pay off even more, but this is the first venture into the video game world Myspace has embarked on. Every since the mid 90's web based games have been growing, from the humble starts of MineSweeper and Solitaire to the emergence of Tetrinet and Battlenet, all the way to viral net games like Snowcraft. It's only logical for MySpace to start taking over this section of the internet, and sell your personal information on there, too.