Do you miss something on BrainKing.com and would you like to see it here? Post your request into this board! If there is a more specific board for the request, (i.e. game rule changes etc) then it should be posted and discussed on that specific board.
mctrivia: Actually, it would not be impossible if it's only a master-slave architecture because it could work even with a data copy delay. However, to host two full featured BrainKings would require a full two-ways fast Europe-America replication and that, uh, that would be a real problem. For example, consider a situation when a user in Europe accepts a public invitation but another user in USA accepts the same invitation at the same time. So the European server sends a message "hey, mark this invitation as accepted!" and, in a few seconds, it receives a message "it is already accepted by another player!". Bang! A replication conflict.
Puckish: I love it when someone spreads catastrophic prophecies about BrainKing and mentions some kind of a majority. It always makes my day. It would be too boring to have only users with a positive thinking, we need unsatisfied members as well. A balance means a stability.
Summertop: I am concerned but I have also no reason to believe there is any malicious software on BrainKing. As you have said, several users have had "suspect" problems but it's not proven that our site is responsible for that. And using a good anti-spyware software is a good practice because there are many sites where a spyware distribution is really proven.
coan.net: Of course not. I don't see any bad banners here. Furthermore, I have three computers and none of them is infected by any spyware or adware and all of them are used to test BrainKing pages (which means that people who observe "something strange" are obviously doing something wrong).
AbigailII: I never said I don't want to make word games. On the contrary, it would be nice to have 20 versions of some nice word game. The only problem is to get good word lists for all supported languages.