After trading as high as $13.55 following its acquisition of Draw Something developer OMGPOP,...
After trading as high as $13.55 following its acquisition of Draw Something developer OMGPOP, Zynga (ZNGA) has fallen nearly 30%. One major factor could be concerns about declining activity for several of its top games in a competitive Facebook game market. According to AppData, Draw Something, CastleVille, FarmVille, and Hidden Chronicles have all seen daily users fall in recent weeks (I, II, III, IV). Only Texas HoldEm Poker is bucking the tide.
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