Zynga's layoff effectively means the closure of OMGPOP, leaving Zynga's remaining U.S. offices to pick up the slack for the popular Draw Something franchise.
CBS has nabbed a pilot of a TV show based on the Zynga/OMGPOP title, according to a report. If all goes well, the show could begin airing early next year.
Game developer THQ unveils a 4-by-6-inch pad that lets you draw and color images that show up on your TV screen. A Pictionary game will be sold separately.
The Pictionary-like social game goes from more than 14 million daily active users in early April to a little more than 10 million today, AppData reports.
The TV host leaks an image from Draw Something 2 on Twitter. Zynga VP Dan Potter confirms.
Zynga's immensely popular Draw Something just got a bunch of new features that fans of the game have been clamoring for since its launch.
The uber-popular social game is topping download charts and getting users to create 3,000 drawings per second.
Despite the game's plummeting popularity, Zynga still sees Draw Something as a valuable franchise.
The social-gaming company says that it has completed its acquisition of Hattrick Holdings, Sneaky Games, and Concept Art House.
Amazon's latest e-reader is now shipping after a radiant review, Verizon iPhone 5 users should download a bug fix, and say hello to Zynga-themed board games.