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- I'll admit I wasn't really expecting much when I first heard that Zynga was coming out with a sequel to their smash mobile phenomenon Draw Something, the hugely accessible turn-based Pictionary game. I mean, besides adding more words, what else could they possibly do to repackage the same simple idea? Well it really shows how much that I know, because not only does Draw Something 2 come equipped with an impressive 5,000 new words, but it also introduces so many fresh and exciting new features that I've never seen a social game so fitting to earn that rightful sequel designation.
- If you set your WABAC machines to 54 weeks ago, you'll arrive at a time that was very different for Zynga. Their stock was hovering around $13 a share, and they were riding high on a wave of successful acquisitions and the prospect of a bright year ahead. It was in this environment that Zynga made its most notable acquisition to date: the $180 million purchase of New York-based Draw Something creators OMGPOP. As part of that purchase, Zynga retained OMGPOP CEO Dan Porter to lead the team at Zynga NY.
- I'm not sure if you knew this, but TV personality Ryan Seacrest is also a game journalist. At least I think he is. I mean, he just revealed the existence of Draw Something 2, and that counts for something, right? Right?
- The press surrounding Zynga's acquisition of Draw Something developer OMGPOP hasn't always been the most optimistic. In fact, some have argued Zynga made a huge mistake. That might be true (or it might not be), but we're not here to talk about doom and gloom. Zynga has released an infographic detailing Draw Something's performance in its first year on the market, and it's full of interesting statistics. Care to know how many times Lady Gaga has been drawn? Read on!
- There's a piece of advice I like to give my friends when they're in trouble. A little pearl of wisdom, if you will, with the potential to improve just about every situation. "Go. Find Enrique Iglesias and Jennifer Lopez," I tell them, "they will help you in your time of need." With Zynga now enlisting both stars to promote Draw Something's global release, it's clear my advice carries a lot of gravitas.
- Have you ever been playing Draw Something and thought to yourself "sure this is great, but it would be even better if it had _____"? Well now it does. Zynga has just announced a slew of new features that are all available via update, and it's live right now.
- After the Zynga acquisition of Draw Something creator OMGPOP, all eyes have been turning to the company's rivals to gauge their reactions. In the case of EA at least, the response has been little more than a yawn and a dismissive wave of the hand. According to EA Corporate Communications rep John Reseburg, buying up unproven properties really doesn't mean much.
- Yesterday, we reported Zynga bought out Draw Something developer OMGPOP for $210 million ($180 million plus another $30 million in employee payouts). Earlier today, Macquarie analyst Ben Schachter stated that the likeliest reason for such a high price point is a bidding war. Schachter pointed out that, despite Draw Something's popularity boom over the past few weeks, OMGPOP's $200 million price tag seem a little steep.