AOL said Tuesday that the games are from developers and distributors such as Big Fish Games, Masque Publishing, Mochi Media and others. About 100 of the games are built on HTML5 technology, which means they are playable on the iPad and other devices that don't run Flash technology.
The company said it plans to add new features in the coming months. Games.com competes against sites such as addictinggames.com, bigfishgames.com and even Zynga.com.
Shares of AOL Inc. slid 9 cents to $36.64 in midday trading Tuesday.