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ZapSpot, Inc. was a company devoted to creating small Windows freeware games that were completely ad-sponsored. All games ranged from about 400 to 700 kB in size and could be shared by e-mail. ZapSpot was active in 2000–2001, until subsequent folding due to dot-com bubble.

A number of reports claimed that the games were bundled with adware.[1]


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