Social Networks

Trend in the United States comes after Germany and Europe Munich, February 18, 2009 – MegZebra offers the opportunity to play with their friends directly on Facebook users by Facebook. In the offer are classics such as Yahtzee, Sudoku and mahjong. That this good plays, takes a look at the figures: MegZebra recorded since the launch in November of last year more than half a million games played and sharply rising user numbers. MegZebra is therefore the trend of social games”or social games” for Germany and Europe. In contrast to the numerous existing game portals in Europe, where you play alone or against foreigners, the users of MegZebra can play with his friends. Makes it gain so much more fun to someone I know, than against someone I’ll never meet in life,”says founder Henning Kosmack, of long years at Nokia and Siemens for start?UPS and venture capital was responsible. Since our childhood we play with friends on the street or meet for game nights.” Provides a user by MegZebra “the similar and says: MegZebra Rock!” So but not all friends again new somewhere must sign up, MegZebra uses the platform from Facebook, the largest social network in the world. Here you can then challenge his existing friends, there’s a leaderboard for the circle of friends, and much more.

MegZebra started now even a carnival action suitable for the 5th season. There users can make funny Carnival gifts their friends, send such a virtual Kolsch or Kamelle. Thus, MegZebra has proved already in a short time, that they not only with their games reach throughout Europe, but can also operate the regional nuances. MegZebra will bring still new games on the market that fit well to Europe. “We have a full pipeline of games and soon become a match 3 game bring out, as well as a very action-packed variant of Solitaire,” Steffen Muller reveals one of the founders of MegZebra and first European product manager at Google in mountain view, California,. This promises exciting possibilities for the future? and so the numbers probably continue playing by MegZebra will go up. MegZebra MegZebra (www.megazebra.com) is a provider of social games in Europe.

The MegZebra service allows users of social networks online to play classics like Yahtzee, Sudoku and mahjong with the existing circle of friends. Thus, MegZebra operates one of the fastest growing European applications on Facebook. Before MegZebra the founders worked among other things Siemens Networks, Puma, and adidas for companies like Google, Nokia. Mark Gazecki, formerly partner at Atlas venture, is involved as a founding partner.