Joe Bonavita Looks to Raise $25,000 via Kickstarter to Take to the Next Level offers real prizes every week to the players with the highest score. Joe Bonavita has just launched a Kickstarter campaign to make further improvements of this unique gaming website.


Lake Worth, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/09/2015 -- Joe Bonavita strongly believes that in addition to entertainment, games can also offer a learning experience. This thought has been his inspiration behind creating skill based games. His gaming website encourages players to play more by offering prizes to those with the highest score. The desire to win prizes pushes the players to master the games by overcoming the challenges.

The mission behind creating was to create more exciting games that involve the use of brain power. Joe also wanted to offer an advertisement free gaming interface to the gaming enthusiasts.

Blue Diamond Party is a simple game that was developed by Joe's daughter. Available currently on iTunes, Google Play and Facebook, this game teaches players to control their instincts. City Lights is a game under development that will help the players improve their focus and memory. Now, Joe wants to improve both these games with the addition of new features, fixing certain bugs, and testing. Also, with the increasing popularity of, the website has experienced several attacks. This is a critical area that Joe wants to address immediately.

Till now, has been a self funded initiative from Joe Bonavita. However, now, he has reached a stage where financial help is required to take and its games to the next level. The estimated funding requirement for this project is $25,000, and this amount must be raised by Friday, January 30.

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About Joe Bonavita
Joe Bonavita is a professional hands on Software Development Manager with over 20 years experience. He has spent most of his recent career in the financial space, more specifically in commodities, building trading applications. Joseph has worked for a broad range of companies from small start-ups to the largest of banks such as JP Morgan Chase.