Friendster Back in the Game

Former social networking trailblazer Friendster was essentially wiped off the map by MySpace, Facebook and others. Now they have re-organized and are launching as a dedicated social gaming portal. Articles and analysis from:

International Business Times  ” Friendster now describes itself as “a niche social network that is highly engaged and focused for young Asians across the world.”

PCMag  ” The new Friendster uses Facebook Connect as a social-networking platform; users can either sign in via their own Friendster logins or use Facebook Connect. “

TechCrunch  ” The site lets you play a number of casual games (I counted about 20) and invite your Facebook, Gmail, Hotmail, AOL or Yahoo contacts to play together. “

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