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Zynga Launches Beta Version of New Action Strategy Game “Dojo Mojo”

Social gaming company, Zynga Inc. (NASDAQ: ZNGA) launched its second action strategy game, “Dojo Mojo” on Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) last week. “Dojo Mojo”, the second largest action strategy game after “Empires & Allies”, is currently available in its beta version.

The game allows single as well as multiplayer combat modes. The core theme of the newest action strategy game is to train fighters so that they can take on evil military commander (Shogun) who has stolen princess wealth. Besides, players have to also build their villages.

A player will need to place soldiers on the battlefield and they will take up the challenge, automatically. (Each battle will allow players to choose troops).

If a player/s is successfully overcoming the challenge then they will be rewarded with gold and sushi. Sushi is used to feed warriors in village who are trained fight against Shogun’s threat.

Just like other Facebook games, “Dojo Mojo” includes two types of currencies: gold and jade.

With gold, players can build and improve/reinforce village structures while jade’s use helps in speeding up the building of village structures. A player will be given small of virtual money (Jade) right through the game; however, it can be also bought by real-world money.

The game is available on 13 languages and designed to show 60 frames a second, allowing player to see hundreds of warriors at the same time.

Zynga is slated to report its fiscal second quarter results on July 25.

The Wall Street expects revenue in the fiscal second quarter will show a contraction of 32.5% while EPS will be negative.

On average, analysts’ forecast is for loss of 4 cents a share on revenue of $224.3 million.

For the full fiscal year, analysts’ current forecast is for revenue of $941.9 million and loss of 5 cents a share.



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