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Zynga Looks To Revive Draw Something With A Sequel That’s Much More Of A Social Network

Zynga Looks To Revive Draw Something With A Sequel That’s Much More Of A Social Network

Zynga’s biggest acquisition to date — the $ 180 million deal to buy Draw Something-maker OMGPOP last year — was the one it ended up being the most pilloried for. At its peak, Draw Something was beating Zynga’s longstanding Words With Friends franchise, a sore point for a company that positioned itself as the dominant … Continued

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After 25 Titles & 5M+ Installs, Game Closure Goes Public, Open Source With Its HTML5 Game Development Kit

Over the last year, it seems that we kept hearing that quality, legit HTML5 gaming was right around the corner. Well, here we are two months into 2013, and the market is still yet to see a single, widely adopted (or even slightly adopted) flagship HTML5 title. However, there has been some progress. The W3C … Continued

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Milk Virtual Goats For Womens’ Rights In This New Facebook Game

Instead of spending to grow virtual crops faster, Facebook gamers can turn those purchases into donations for cattle donations and fistula operations in the developing world. A new Facebook game coming to the platform in a few weeks is all about womens’ rights. Based on The New York Times’ Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn’s book … Continued