Draw Something finally finds it's way to the Windows Phone Store
October 27, 2012 at 15:18 GMT | By John Williams
Whether it's because it's parent company is in dire straits or that Nokia finally sent developers over to help with porting their popular game, Zynga's Draw Something has finally found it's way to the Windows Phone Store. As always, the game is a Nokia Collection exclusive, meaning you will need a Nokia Lumia device to access it.
The multi-player word game allows players to take turns building picture and word puzzles with an opponent in a manner similar to the classic board game Scrabble. Up to 20 games can be played simultaneously using push notifications to alert players when it is their turn [Wiki].
The Windows Phone version is free and supports cross-platform game play, meaning you can enjoy playing with friends and relatives that are unfortunate enough to be using an Android or iOS device.
Although the Draw Something hype has somewhat receded, it remains the most played game on Facebook and will be one off the "Windows doesn't have this app" list that Windows Phone haters always refer to. It remains to be seen how long the game will remain in the Nokia Collection, we hope it wont be forever for the sake of HTC and Samsung Windows Phone users.
Have you got a Nokia Lumia device and want the app? Just hit the Windows Phone Store badge below or scan the QR Code using Bing vision on your Windows Phone (hit the Search button on your phone and click on the small icon that looks like an eye).
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