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Mobile Social games can apply to anything as simple as free, mobile games connected by Facebook all the way up to plugging in to XBox Live. Follow this topic to learn how the interactive world is affecting gaming.

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Twitch Plays Pokémon: A Social Experiment From Its Creator

The creator of one of the weirdest things to happen on the Internet this year, who has managed to remain anonymous to every single reporter and media outlet that has come calling for a story, tells iSolutionsPro the live-gaming experiment may be a game 

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6 Exciting Gaming Trends to Watch in 2016

No one can say 2016 was a slow year for gaming news. Two extremely popular next-gen consoles, the rise of indie games, and the release of groundbreaking blockbusters like Pokemon Go Infinite and Grand Theft Auto have kept our gamer thumbs strong.

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‘Candy Crush Saga’ Update Will Suck Even More of Your Time
Martino Vincent feb 13, 2017
Candy Crush Saga IPO for 7.5 Billion US dollars received a massive game update, adding an additional game world and 65 brand new levels. You know what that means: Prepare to spend even more time and money on the seriously addictive puzzler. The update introduces a new game mo…

Facebook Highlights 5 Growing Gaming Genres in its Ecosystem

Gaming on Facebook is continuing to evolve as the platform attracts new creators and players. The social network now has more genres than ever making up its most-played and biggest-earning games, according to information from Facebook. While Facebook…

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Homer Becomes a Social Gaming Addict in Latest ‘Simpsons’ Episode

Homer Simpson becomes hopelessly addicted to playing a game called “Village Ville” on his myPad, in Sunday night’s episode  The Simpsons, as the comedy takes a stab at popular Zynga Facebook games. Homer is home faking a back injury when he discover…

The Fascinating History of Online Role-Playing Games
When we think of massive multiplayer online role-playing games — more frequently referred by their acronym, MMORPGs — we think of the biggest: Real-time, beautifully rendered 3D games like World of Warcraft, which has more than 10 million active pl…

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