After witnessing the artistic deadness of the vast majority of flash gaming websites, I taught myself a bit of programming and used a good bit of GPL code, determined to do better. Two years later, the result is what I unashamedly think is the best looking flash game site on the Internet. My eyes, however, have looked at it for quite a while, and might have lost a bit of their critical sensitivity. Anyways, take a look, tell me what you think, and don't spare the criticism, as I really do want to make it as professional as possible.
Hi texjm, it's been many years since I've been on a flash gaming site but assuming they haven't changed much it's nice to not be swarmed with ads and flashing banners - I can appreciate the simplicity you're going for.
If I were to be picky you could probably get you hands on a more professional logo - also I personally would rather stick use simple gradient than a metallic photoshop effect.
And your "<" & ">" arrows that you have going on for your slideshow are off-centre from their containing circles.
Your site is very nice and very clean. I'm with RyanKing1809 in that it's nice not to see a bunch of strange ads on there. I also agree that you may want to take another look at the logo design; the metallic look makes it a little difficult to read, and if I didn't know the name of the site in advance I would have been confused by the way the "t's" look in "Shatter."
Also, this may just be me but I would have liked to see a full listing of games immediately, instead of having to scroll down the page to see them. Perhaps consider minimizing the descriptive blurbs altogether or putting a list of the games down one side of the page. Then too, most sites have a place to highlight new additions; that would probably be a good idea to have here also.
I love the clean design and fast load time on your site. It is also great that you have a user rating feature built in. I think you can benefit from displaying the game ratings on the home page and offer the ability to sort games by overall rating as well as popularity.
Also, I noticed that the social media icons above each game are not all made the same size or resolution. Perhaps some standardization there would further raise the professionalism of the look.