Words With Friends on Facebook

Makers of the hugely popular FarmVille, Zynga is bringing the mobile gaming struck words with friends on Facebook to audiences on the Web. Very much like Hasbro's Scrabble, Words With Buddies is a relaxed variation of the word game with integrated chat functions much like the recently released Hanging With Pals.

The mobile variation of the video game enables gamers to sync Facebook accounts to the in-game friend list and players can challenge individuals on the list to play a quick match. The Web variation of Words With Buddies enables cross-platform play in addition to trading comments about the video game on the Facebook wall.

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Gamers also have the capability to send notices to other games when waiting on a player to deviate in the game. Players can be associated with approximately 20 video games at a time concurrently as the majority of matches typically take ten to fourteen days to complete. While Words With Pals hasn't launched on the PC platform yet, it's reported to roll out within the next two weeks.

It's likewise likely that another update to the mobile software of the video game will roll out to permits for Facebook notices. Anybody thinking about the video game can "Like" the main Words With Friends on Facebook page to get a notification of launch.
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It's possible Zynga will come under the same scrutiny as another company that developed and released Scrabulous on Facebook on 2006. Before FarmVille was introduced, Scrabulous was typically referred to as the most popular video game on Facebook with over 500,000 active gamers each day. Throughout the height of its popularity on Facebook, the video game was producing $25,000 a month in advertising profits.

The appeal captured the attention of Hasbro, the makers of Scrabble. After a claim in 2008, Scrabulous was required to close down. The owners of the application and website relaunched under the name Lexulous but didn't restore the massive popularity of Scrabulous.