Have you been holding out on purchasing inFAMOUS 2 for your PlayStation 3? Do you have a few minutes to spare on a new Facebook game? Did you even like the first inFAMOUS game? If you answered yes to any of those questions (specifically the second), then you'll be happy to know that Sony has partnered with Mob Science to produce inFAMOUS Anarchy, a new companion-game of sorts for Facebook.
inFAMOUS Anarchy has already been adopted by almost 450,000 monthly active users, but you might have a hard time finding the game via a Facebook search (and by hard time, I mean that it's seemingly impossible to find without a direct link). Click on this link to find it, and follow along as we give you an in-depth look at what to expect.
Military-themed strategy games had some significant high points on Facebook well before 2011, but in the last couple of weeks, the genre's really heated up as Digital Chocolate and Zynga both released new entries to the market. With the two games live and in heavy use by players, we compare the two to see how each are doing given their thematic similarities and gameplay differences.
Digital Chocolate's Army Attack was first to market toward the very end of May. The game gained traction quickly, debuting at number four on our top 20 list of fastest-growing Facebook games by monthly active users for the last week of the month and landing at the top of the daily active users ranking only two days later. It’s the 19th game in Digital Chocolate's developer portfolio and already it's number three in term's of the company's overall Facebook traffic just behind Millionaire City. In Army Attack, players control individual military units on a map laid out along a grid. Clicking an unoccupied square on the grid sends a selected unit to "conquer" the square while clicking an occupied square sends unit into turn-based combat against whatever happens to be there.
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