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March 6, 2014

Behind the Popularity if Facebook Games

Author : Chris

Games like FarmVille, Mafia Wars, Cafe World, Texas HoldEm Poker, FishVille, Happy Aquarium, Pet Society, and etcetera have become increasingly popular over the years among Facebook users. In fact, some people solely use the social network to play free games, even creating multiple accounts while spending endless hours on them to stay ahead others. Truly, it is remarkable how these online games can create such an addiction. This article discusses the reasons why Facebook games are so popular

November 29, 2011

The Top 25 Facebook Games of 2010

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games showed a lot of popularity over the last year. As Facebook adds more games to the menu and great entertainment you might wonder what games are the best and most fun to play. This paper provides reviews of games for each of the 25 best games of 2010 Facebook separate.

To begin the game reviews Facebook, let\'s start with a look at the number one game on Facebook called Farmville. Farmville, which is made by Zynga currently has about 73.8 million users a month and is growing steadily upward. Farmville is a game where you can become a farmer. Farmville lets you interact with your friends and neighbors still with them. Basically, you\'re going to do everything that a farmer Farmville during playback. Planting, cultivation, harvesting and cultivation of a farm successfully. Just make sure that playing this game you harvest your plants at this time.

November 27, 2011

The New Facebook? Understanding Google+

by: Stephanie Wu

It seems like everyone has been talking about Google+ lately, a new social networking conglomerate developed by the giant Internet search engine Google. Although the platform is still in its field trial stage and is available by invitation only, there is already a large buzz about the product. So, what makes Google+ different from Facebook, the current most popular social networking site?

Through its three main features – Circles, Hangouts, and Sparks, Google+ differentiates itself because it