Tagged As: social gaming

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RockYou

Founded as an online application developer, RockYou has evolved to create social gaming experiences for platforms like Facebook, engaging more than 20 million active monthly users and 200 million subscribers worldwide.

Playfish

Note: In April 2013, Electronic Arts announced it would discontinue all remaining Playfish games on Facebook.

Playfish develops social games for mobile devices and online platforms like Facebook, engaging more than 37 million players each month. Electronic Arts acquired the developer in 2009.

Zynga

Founded in 2007, Zynga has quickly become one of the largest developers in the mobile and social networking segments of the game development industry. The studio’s titles combine for 232 million monthly active users and 60 million daily active users.

Insomniac Games

Insomniac Games is an independent game development company, founded in 1994 by President/CEO Ted Price. With the leadership of programmers Alex and Brian Hastings—serving as Chief Architect and Chief Creative Officer respectively—the team spearheaded the studio’s first title, Disruptor.

Flash Developer

The mass population of Internet surfers is utterly addicted to Flash games hosted on social networking sites like Facebook, or through online gaming services like Pogo. The demand for skilled Flash developers is high, and this is a unique field that allows amateurs to compete viably for attention against big-budget studios.  

Game Changer: Lead Analyst Darius Kazemi

If you want to break into the gaming industry, become a game tester. Of all the modern memes associated with launching a career in gaming, this one tops the list by a Crysis 2-sized power jump. More visitors to Get in Media inquire about this particular topic than any other.