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Zynga just added another game to their Zynga with Friends series called Scramble with Friends.

If you've ever played Boggle, it's basically the same thing, but is dedicated to playing your buddies just like Words with Friends or Hanging with Friends.

Bang With Friends reportedly raised a

Zynga just added another game to their Zynga with Friends series called Scramble with Friends.If you've ever played Boggle, it's basically the same thing, but is dedicated to playing your buddies just like Words with Friends or Hanging with Friends.Bang With Friends reportedly raised a $1 million funding round and was seen as dangerous enough for Zynga to sue it for trademark infringement.Tinder is backed by and is a perennial target of acquisition rumors in Silicon Valley.

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Zynga just added another game to their Zynga with Friends series called Scramble with Friends.

If you've ever played Boggle, it's basically the same thing, but is dedicated to playing your buddies just like Words with Friends or Hanging with Friends.

Bang With Friends reportedly raised a $1 million funding round and was seen as dangerous enough for Zynga to sue it for trademark infringement.

million funding round and was seen as dangerous enough for Zynga to sue it for trademark infringement.

On Pure, users designate their gender and the gender(s) of the people they’d like to sleep with, specify whether they are able to host or not, and are shown any other willing users in the surrounding area, each with an “Okay” or “No Way” prompt.

But Tinder and Bang With Friends have gotten all genders and orientations interested, in part by appearing less sketchy than silly andspontaneous.

Part of the theoretical appeal of Pure and Bang With Friends is that, like Grindr, they cut the mating process down to its essential, primal elements — gender, age, appearance, location, availability — and remove the sting of rejection by showing users only the matches that have expressed interest in them, too.

They’ve enlisted female sexologist Carol Queen to help them reach women, and they’re planning a series of marketing events at New York bars in the coming weeks.

The goal is to get casual sex-seekers comfortable with the idea of skipping the small talk, avoiding the awkward bar drinks, and going right for the“Everyone’s trying to get on the online-dating gravy train,” says Harry Reis, a professor of clinical psychology at the University of Rochester.

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