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Facebook Jumping into the Game Industry

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Jae Young Kim

on 5 November 2012

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Facebook Jumping into the Game Industry K00 J00 Y0000 Mail 0 Message 0 Logout Mail liji Me event Report 78 Mail box subscription
box Mail Cafe Blog Knowledge in News Map movie Prezi Look!! Look!! Look!! Look!! Look!! Look!! Look!! Look!! Look!! I.Intro Facebook’s boy genius Mark Zuckerberg is pretty much saying yes to anything and everything that can make a buck. Body 1st.Body 2nd.Body 3rd.Body 4th.Body III.Conculusion Opinion Picture Time Perhaps all the pressures are building on his shoulders and that is why the creator of Facebook forgot that the program’s objective was to give life to a social networking community. If you are a heavy Facebook user you may be familiar with games such as “FarmVille” and “Zynga Poker.” And it is easy to assume that just one day they may dominate the mobile gadget market. Until now developers have used Facebook as their promotional strategy by quickly spreading the products in the social networking community. Recently the popular online games portal King.com joined hands with Facebook.
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