Facebook Credits surrendered its stranglehold on digital coinage on the social network, as developers can now have their own in-app currency.
Just when you thought the Facebook gaming sector couldn’t get any more competitive, another report comes out saying things have tightened even further.
The backing of soccer’s international governing body didn’t help Electronic Arts’ FIFA Superstars in its competition with Top Eleven from Nordeus, and now the latter is releasing a comprehensive update.
Zygna’s newest game, Adventure World, enjoys an explosion in growth that knocks The Sims Social from the top spot in our weekly ranking of the fastest growing applications on Facebook.
Electronic Arts is launching a marketing platform in a bid to catch up with the top game developer on Facebook, Zynga.
The Sims Social has been the fastest growing application since its official debut on Facebook August 23. but if any app has the potential to overtake the popular Electronic Arts game’s growth, it’s Spotify.
All but the original imitation of Scrabble continue to outperform the version of the game branded by the trademark holder Hasbro. That seems to bode well for the latest entrant into the space, Towers.
The Sims Social leads our list of fastest growing applications for the third week in a row.
Developer Electronic Arts has a hit on its hands: The Sims Social has been the fastest growing application on Facebook this week, since debuting on August 23.
About 1.5 million active users are already creating mischief and mayhem with the Facebook debut of Electronic Arts’ “The Sims Social.”