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Mobile

Zynga goes global with Draw Something while share price struggles

Zynga has launched its Pictionary-like game Draw Something in 12 languages, making it more locally relevant for gamers in countries such as China, Japan and Brazil. The move comes as the company's share price fell below $5 for the first…
Gaming

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Welcome to Digital Blend, your one-stop-shop for coverage and recommendations of all things relating to mobile gaming, digital marketplaces, and indie titles (for the week ending May 6).
Gaming

Draw Something is about to be filled with brand-sponsored words

Zynga is aiming to target more brands by letting them pay for words in Draw Something in order to make the app more profitable.
Gaming

Casual gaming continues to prove lucrative for Farmville publisher

Zynga Inc, a casual gaming publisher most known for its derivative yet wildly popular browser games, continues to pull in huge amounts of cash with very little development effort.
Mobile

Draw Something hits 50 million downloads in just 50 days to become fastest-growing mobile game ever

There's nothing sketchy about these stats: 50 million downloads in just 50 days; over six billion drawings created at a rate of 3,000 a second. OMGPOP's Draw Something is now the fastest-growing original mobile game ever.
Gaming

The impressive rise of Draw Something [infographic]

Draw Something is king of the mobile gaming market. Here's how it got there, in flashy infographic form.
Gaming

Digital Blend: Minecraft comes to Xbox 360 soon and Angry Birds are in space NOW

Welcome to Digital Blend, your one-stop-shop for coverage and recommendations of all things relating to mobile gaming, digital marketplaces, and indie titles (for the week ending March 25).
Gaming

Zynga buys ‘Draw Something’ maker OMGPOP for $200M

Zynga has purchased OMGPOP, maker of the super-popular mobile game Draw Something, for a reported $200 million.
Gaming

Rumor: Zynga to acquire OMGPOP’s ‘Draw Something’ popularity

Zynga may be applying the "if you can't beat them, buy them" mentality to its latest competitor OMGPOP; the makers of the break out hit Draw Something
Gaming

Draw Something soars past Words With Friends as the biggest new social game

Have you been Draw(ing) Something? That may explain how the social gaming app went on to beat Zynga's Words With Friends as the most played game app today.
Social Media

Zynga outgrows Facebook, launches Zynga.com, Zynga Platform

Social gaming giant Zynga is breaking out from behind the walls of Facebook to offer games on Zynga.com, which will include third-party games published through its newly-announced Zynga Platform.
Gaming

Study: Facebook gaming declines in 2011, social gaming seeking new growth

According to new research, Facebook gaming has begun to slump in the fourth quarter of 2011. Is this the end of the social gaming boom, or is it a sign for social gaming to grow up?