Ryan Seacrest Leaks Draw Something 2: Zynga's Secret Revealed on Twitter

    Well, Ryan Seacrest does lot more then just host American Idol. The Radio/Television personality tweeted about Draw Something 2, which would be the sequel to the Pictionary game, Draw Something. Seacrest's tweet said, "II somehow convinced them to give me #DrawSomething2 first...this may be the best Mariah & Randy have ever looked ", at the bottom of the tweet was a drawn picture of American Idol judges Randy Jackson and Mariah Carey, which is probably done using the new app.

    Ryan Seacrest Leaks Draw Something 2: Zynga's Secret Revealed on Twitt


    Zynga Vice President Dan Porter confirmed about the game as Re-tweeted along with an image of the new game's logo, saying "So excited to confirm #DrawSomething2 is coming soon w/ new ways to draw & connect,".

    The original Draw Something which was developed by OMGPOP, was launched on February 6, 2012. The game quickly became one of the hottest selling apps, as it reached 50 million downloads in a matter of Fifty days.

    Zynga acquired OMGPOP and Draw Something for $180 million. This acquisition would prove costly for San Francisco based company as the user-base for Draw something drastically reduced and Zynga's stock plumited from $14 to $2.4. Zynga best-known for the game, FarmVille, has taken a risk by launching a sequel to a game, that nearly put them out of business. Perhaps, they are bringing in something new this time, to make users, to stick on.

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