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US – Zynga launches Boggle With Friends

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Social gaming developer Zynga has launched Boggle With Friends, its latest addition to their With Friends games collection, which includes Words With Friends, one of the world’s most popular word games.

Developed in collaboration with Hasbro, the free-to-play game is available today on the App Store for iPhone and iPad and on Google Play for Android devices.

Scott Koenigsberg, Senior Vice President of Casual Games at Zynga, said: “Boggle is an iconic, family favourite brand spanning generations and geographies, and we’re excited to introduce Boggle With Friends to word fans everywhere. Boggle With Friends reimagines everyone’s favourite classic game with innovative matching word play, dynamic themes and brand-new social features. As a part of Zynga’s family of word and puzzle games, including one of the world’s most popular word games, Words With Friends, Boggle With Friends gives players a whole new way to socialize with one of the most beloved puzzle games of all time.”

Players can compete in head-to-head live tournaments and lightning fast single round tournaments to show off their wordie skills and earn rewards and advantages along the way.

“We are thrilled to team up with Zynga to bring Boggle With Friends to fans globally,” said Mark Blecher, Senior Vice President of Digital Gaming and Corporate Development at Hasbro. “This exciting mobile experience gives fans a dynamic and social way to enjoy the Boggle game that is competitive, challenging and fun.”

An estimated 55 million active Words With Friends matches are played around the world at any moment, and more than 75 million words are played every day.

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