The UK's leading casual games website for men

With over three million unique users each month, Mousebreaker is the largest, most premium, UK-based casual games site for young men. The website is best known for its popular sports games, topical satirical games and the cheeky British sense of humour present throughout its catalogue. Its most popular games have been recognised by games enthusiasts as being among the best on the web, while The Guardian has recognised Mousebreaker's status as publisher of some of the "internet's most addictive sports games". 

In addition to the site's regular games output, Mousebreaker produces games for global blue chip brands including Pepsi, Chevrolet, Sony Pictures, Foster's, Disney, Atari and ESPN. Mousebreaker has been at the forefront in introducing innovative, premium, advertising formats including full-page takeovers and the revolutionary InSkin game wrapper.

Mousebreaker partners with 20:20 to support Pepsi Max in cross-platform solution

Mousebreaker and Nuts have partnered with digital marketing and technology company 20:20 to support the Pepsi Max 'Win Wild Times With Mates' campaign. The partnership sees the creation of a Mousebreaker flash game and Pepsi Max viral video, starring Nuts' very own Rosie Jones.

The game - Pepsi Max Monster Truck Mayhem - challenges the user to navigate a bumpy course littered with big jumps, obstacles and drops without toppling their truck. Incorporating social media, the game provides users with the option to 'like' the Pepsi Max Facebook page in order to unlock extra content and also the functionality to share the game with their Facebook friends and post high scores.

The game is available to play here

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