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Submitted by Scapps 666d ago | article

Does Zynga's collapse mean the end of social gaming?

With Zynga laying off 5 percent of their work force off, what does the future of social gaming look like? (Casual games, Industry, iPhone, Mobile, Zynga)

MasFlowKiller  +   667d ago
Lol, do you mean to tell me that the fall of a company with terrible management and whose only original ideas was to infringe in other peoples works represents the fall of social gaming?

Am not the biggest social gamer but there is still money in social gaming, hundres of millions of people still play words with friends and farm vile, draw something. What i hope the market gets from the fall of Zynga is that you cannot succeed in this business when you have Zero ethics.

It does suck that good people are loosing their jobs while people like Mark Pincus basically come out scratch free, he is the worst of the worst and the biggest reason why Zynga collapsed.

Trash of the industry
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