"We're currently launching two to three social games per week, and we have over 400 games in the pipeline," said Alex St. John, President and CTO of hi5, in a company press release. Some recently released games include exclusives (Sega Play Football) as well as games that have already become popular on Facebook like Digital Chocolate's Millionaire City and DJArts Games' Bush Whacker.
While I personally doubt Facebook has anything to worry about in the long term, perhaps hi5 is onto something after all.
Are you a member on hi5, or do you spend all of your time playing games on Facebook? Do you think hi5 is a real threat to the social gaming throne? Let us know in the comments.