I have domains for sale on SEDO but I'm still available for contact at the 'domains' itself, it doesn't exactly mean anything bad (just that he may not have any use for gamehosts.com at the moment, so why not generate some revenue from it).
Try giving them a phone call.
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The domain gamehosts.com is for sale on sedo,
this is a bad sign...
If you have not put a contingency plan together yet, in the event the host does not come back, I suggest you do so. I don't know how important your website is (personal, business, client of yours) but anytime a shared web hosting account goes down for over 24 hours without clear communication, one should be ready to switch because to be honest that is just unacceptable in the hosting industry. I am sympathetic to the hosts in the sense some may not have been able to afford a solid infrastructure, and maybe part of their equipment fried, but at the least they should have been calling and emailing all of their customers to explain the situation and offering a timeline for correction.
If you are not already well versed, as a consumer you may want to learn a little more about the hosting industry. In searching for a host make sure you check what kind of bandwidth is being used. Whether or not there is failover to provide network redundancy. Check to see if the webhost owns his own equipment, and whether that equipment is name brand or not. Find the out age of the equipment your using. Also, find out what kind of building the host is in, and whether or not there is power feeds from multiple power grids, UPS backup, and generator backup, and whether the facility is truly N+1 redundant. If the host has made an investment in this infrastructure, and owns/controls his own equipment, it is a good sign that the host is here to stay. There is nothing wrong with purchasing from a host that leases equipment from good data centers like "The Planet", but remember... because they are not truly in control of their hardware, and with one server making only a $249 monthly lease commitment, they really can just close shop without much investment loss, so make sure you fully understand your hosts position, and then take a measurable risk.
Best of luck to you in the future, and it is unfortunate this has happened.