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Japan’s DeNA mobile social gaming network has signed up a couple of key American game partners as it expands in the U.S.
Zynga launched its Dream Heights mobile game for the iPhone and iPad today. The title enables players to build the “skyscraper of the century,” but the game is sure to get a lot of press because Zynga has been accused of ripping off the game from independent developer Nimblebit, creator of Tiny Tower.
Editor's Pick Mark Pincus, chief executive of social gaming giant Zynga, denied that Zynga copied a rival’s Bingo game on Facebook. Instead, he said in an exclusive interview with VentureBeat that the accuser in this case borrowed from Zynga.
Zynga is synonomous with ripping off other developers’ games, but very rarely do they get called out for it.