Struggling social games behemoth Zynga will shut down OMGPOP.com despite offers from original team members hoping to save the site.
Social games behemoth Zynga has reported another tough financial quarter - it lost a whopping $15.8 million (£10.2m) in the three months ending 30th June.
An ex-employee of Draw Something developer OMGPOP has described the atmosphere within the studio when Zynga broke the news that the developer was being closed and all of its workers being fired.
Draw Something, Zynga's popular Pictionary clone that you probably deleted from your phone sometime last year, is to be turned into a new Channel 4 game show.
The former boss of Draw Something developer OMGPOP has quit Zynga a year after his studio was gobbled up by the social gaming behemoth.
Draw Something 2, the sequel to last year's wildly successful mobile hit Draw Something, was announced earlier today via Ryan Seacrest's Twitter (thanks InsideMobileApps).
A TV show based on social gaming phenomenon Draw Something is in the works in the United States.
Draw Something fans will soon be asked to scribble advertising-sponsored words, paid for by companies like Nike and KFC.
Draw Something - the hugely successful social game recently purchased by Zynga as part of a multi million dollar deal with developer OMGPOP - is shedding players at an alarming rate, according to a BBC report.
Once in a while, we all get a bit drunk and say something inappropriate.
Dan Porter, CEO of Draw Something developer OMGPOP - recently purchased by Zynga - has spoken to Eurogamer this afternoon to clarify his controversial comments made on Twitter yesterday evening.