Zynga has produced a number of popular games for quite some time now. Two of their most popular are Draw Something and Words With Friends. These addicting games have caught individuals in a trance and have caused problems for others (attention Alec Baldwin of 30 Rock).
Now, Draw Something and Words With Friends are coming to your Windows 8 Phone platform, as soon as Microsoft launches the operating system.
Microsoft announced that their Windows 8 will have more than 100,000 apps on their Windows Phone Marketplace.
Microsoft is banking heavily on their Windows 8 operating system to fend off Android and iOS, two of the leading operating systems out there today.
Individuals went crazy when Zynga released Words With Friends back in 2009. This Scrabble like game has made millions for Zynga.
Words With Friends was the top iOS game for many users until Zynga released their latest game Draw Something this year.
Draw Something was downloaded 50 million times in only its first 50 days in business.
Draw Something and Words With friends are the first Zynga owned games to be made available to Windows 8 and Windows Phone users.
Can this be a start of something big for Windows 8 and Microsoft?
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