If you’re looking for a new word-building game on Facebook, then you’ll likely be interested in Qublix’s Word Wizards. The word game asks players to clear levels by clicking and dragging their mouse over letter tiles to form words, earning points and removing those tiles from the board in the process.
Developer Bright Future and publisher Travian Games have reached a new milestone with their browser-based game Rail Nation, as one million players have signed up to become virtual railway managers. This success comes on the heels of the release of Rail Nation USA, a scenario added to the game back in May.
Back in 2011, we took our first look at A Better World, a Facebook game from ToonsUp that encourages users to perform good deeds both in-game and in the real world to create a better world for us all. The game is still going strong on Facebook, with over 2.5 million players (to date) performing almost 24 million good deeds.
Casino game developer GameSpring has launched its latest title on Facebook: Baccarat Online 3D. While gamers are probably used to the many slot machine and poker games on Facebook, baccarat might still be an unfamiliar product. Initially, Baccarat Online appears to only be a game for experienced pros, but a click of the menu’s “Help” button reveals a tutorial for how to play the game.
Electronic Arts has revealed its plans to shutter PopCap Games’ Plants vs. Zombies Adventures on Facebook. The game was released in 2013, and sees players defending a base from the undead. It features famous franchise plants like Sunflowers and Wall-Nuts, as well as new zombies and plants, like the Beet, which causes large amounts of melee damage to enemies.
Social and mobile game developer GamePoint has announced the release of its latest social casino title on Facebook: GamePoint Poker. The game joins existing titles including GamePoint Bingo, Royaldice and Cardparty, and allows users to player against others while forming friendships.
In action-battle Facebook game Castle Rock, players travel to a land tormented by an evil dragon, and must rescue the world’s survivors while defeating their enemies before it’s too late. The game offers a mix of level-based gameplay and city-building, as users complete one battle encounter at a time, choosing their team based on the kinds of enemies on the opposing side. Outside of battle, they’ll complete quests and train new warriors for their army.
If you’ve ever wanted to be like Cinderella, it’s likely the royal carriage and “happily ever after” you’re looking for, rather than chores. However, Cinderella Story on Facebook hopes to make those chores fun by introducing gamers to a variety of characters and quests to complete. Starting in the Royal Kitchen in the palace, players will learn to cook recipes, and yes, even clean, before moving onto other locations and duties.
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