Entries in 'zynga' (128)
Zynga isn’t the most popular kid in the games industry playground – that much is certain.
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Polytron’s Phil Fish has revealed that Zynga sought out the indie studio with hopes of porting their XBLA platformer Fez to mobile devices.
An SEC filing has revealed John Schappert has resigned from his role as COO at Zynga.
Argos has been unveiled as the exclusive UK supplier of Zynga’s upcoming board game FarmVille Hungry Hungry Herd.
Industry punch bag EA is experiencing somewhat of a role reversal at the moment – it's actually being praised by fans.
Zynga has revealed a new browser title which it has labelled as the first in the next generation of social games.
Zynga has quickly fired back after EA filed legal action against it for copying one of its games.
Disputes over game copying in the social space has gone to a new level. EA is suing Zynga.
Zynga’s current crisis may have claimed its first high-profile games executive.
Lawyers have announced an investigation into Zynga’s share dealings.
Despite reporting better than expected quarterly earnings, Facebook took a beating on the stock market yesterday.
It was good while it lasted.
Zynga’s latest financial report has investors jumping ship in a hurry.
EA, Zynga, and Microsoft, along with a host of other companies, have banded together against the Defense of Marriage act.
Investors didn’t like the noise coming out of the Zynga Unleashed press event, as the social game company’s share prices fell by thirty cents to close the day.
Zynga has announced the introduction of real-time multiplayer to its games through its platform.
Zynga’s CEO Mark Pincus has revealed his thoughts on Mafia Wars 2, admitting that the game disappointed and lacked on a ‘fun, core, playable’ level.
Zynga with Friends has been unveiled as part of the social games company’s Unleashed event earlier today in San Francisco.
Zynga has revealed two new titles along with a sequel for its Ville franchise.
Social games powerhouse Zynga has announced a trio of new publishing partnerships.
A game show pilot based on the mobile hit game Draw Something is being produced for CBS.
Zynga has seen its shares fall 10 per cent following a damning analyst report.
Zynga, the defining force in the free and social games boom, says that it is stealing a march on the traditional core and console games market. And its COO, John ...