Words With Friends On Facebook Is Now A Reality

Well, it looks like the war between Facebook and Google + is officially over. Scrabble spinoff and cocaine like word game Words With Friends now play on the web through Facebook. Sorry, Google, try.

In all seriousness, web-based game WWF is good news for all those people out there who do not have an iOS or Android device. They are now to play a game that is very popular and very addictive with their friends on Facebook.

And for those of us who patronize the WWF, every one of our games are portable between Facebook and our mobile devices. This will ensure that there are very few places where one can play their leftovers. I’m looking at you, slow player – you now have a reason for the weaker.

Words With Friends was produced by Texas-based mobile game developer Newtoy. In December of 2010 Newtoy obtained by Zynga, which puts Word With Friends and Chess With Friends is more popular Farmville family.

They recently released “Hanging With Friends,” a nice little game based on the classic game of hangman. The launch of the game that was marred by some technical difficulties and functionality problems such as crashes the app. Although not directly addictive like Word With Friends, Hanging is a very fun mobile game with potential.

Nice new feature Facebook version of the game will bring to the table Google+ Reader “> include” splurge dining “where you can talk smack into the wall of your friends after you play the word 150 points on them. Another feature is the ability to tell your friends that it is their turn by Facebook.

If the shot above is any indication, people seem happy with this news. In less than 30 hours after announcing on their Facebook page, post garnered more than 3,100 likes and over 300 comments.

The Words With Friends Facebook page has over 1.5 million likes, and mobile players with more than 4 million iOS and Android is linked with the Facebook application. Are you happy? It will kill your productivity even more than mobile applications is not? Let us know what you think.