Remember the old Mattel hand-held football video games? A modern-day version of the game is about to enter the social-media realm.
USA Network says it got 1 million views from a two-week campaign last month that rewarded social gamers on Facebook if they watched a promotional video for its Graceland show.
The hits keep coming for Zynga. Problem is, hits for the social gaming company used to mean another uber-popular game—likely ending in -ville.
A new plant has cropped up in FarmVille. Starting Tuesday, players of Zynga’s FarmVille game can sign up for an account with American Express’s PayPal-rival Serve (or connect with their existing Serve account) to get in-game FarmCash in exchange for taking real world actions such as adding money to their Serve card.
As it gears up for a November IPO, Zynga is holding its final round of talks with the Securities and Exchange Commission to address some las
“Baby Got Back” rapper Sir Mix-A-Lot is making his mark on the social gaming scene with a new Facebook trivia game, MixNMatch. The game challenges people to answer a list of silly either-or questions — but they have to guess which option Mix-A-Lot (or a Facebook friend) would choose.
Zynga has filed a lawsuit against Brazilian startup Vostu—owned by Joshua Kushner, brother of Jared—for copyright infringement.