What phones have draw something

Draw Something for Lumia Windows Phones updated, fixing bugs

Draw Something for Lumia Windows Phones has been updated to match the version the official app is currently on for all other handsets. Unfortunately a changelog isn't available (as usual with most apps and games), but it's believed the latest release. version 1.0.13 fixes bugs that saw the game freeze when waiting for opponents to guess the drawing, and more.

What phones have draw something

Draw Something updated to make it more stable?

Nokia also offers Words with Friends and Draw Something for free to Lumia users

Update: Users are reporting download issues with Draw Something and compatibility. Your mileage may vary.

Nokia had originally offered Draw Something recently to Lumia  owners but the game was quickly pulled for what seemed like connection errors. Now that game and its companion, Words with Friends. have both returned to the Nokia Collection.

Interestingly, both games are completely free though these do have ads to cover their costs. That differs from the games we covered here last night, which will run you $2.99 to play but do not have ads.

Both games are available now and will work on Windows Phone 7 and 8 devices. You can download Words with Friends here and Draw Something here in the Nokia Collection. QR codes after the break…

Words With Friends, Draw Something to hook Windows Phone 8 users

by Joe Osborne. Posted Jun 20th 2012 4:00PM

Microsoft hasn't given up on Windows Phone as a gaming destination just yet, and neither have some key game makers. The Wall Street Journal's MarketWatch reports that Zynga will bring its two most popular mobile games, Words With Friends and Draw Something. to Windows Phone 8 when the recently-announced mobile operating system hits this fall.

The Xbox pusher announced the update to its Windows Phone platform during a developers event in San Francisco earlier today, as of this writing. Other developers that have signed on to push games out for Windows Phone 8 include Big Fish. Gameloft and more. Microsoft seemingly had trouble garnering game developer interest in Windows Phone 7, event with features like Xbox Live integration.

What phones have draw something

That said, it's interesting to see that suddenly big-time game makers are down with Windows Phone 8. Perhaps that's thanks to changes made by Microsoft that help smooth the process through which developers can bring existing games to Windows Phone 8 devices. VentureBeat points out that the recently-revealed Surface tablet also runs on Windows 8, implying that games will offer cross-platform play of some sort.

However, according to a Nokia release, both Draw Something and Words With Friends will be exclusive to Nokia-built Windows Phone devices for the first two months after their release this fall. Then, and only then. will the games be available on all Windows Phones. Baby steps, people, baby steps.

Are you psyched for Words With Friends and Draw Something to hit Windows Phone? How about that Nokia exclusivity? Sound off in the comments. Add Comment.

Words With Friends, Draw Something to hook Windows Phone 8 users

by Joe Osborne. Posted Jun 20th 2012 4:00PM

Microsoft hasn't given up on Windows Phone as a gaming destination just yet, and neither have some key game makers. The Wall Street Journal's MarketWatch reports that Zynga will bring its two most popular mobile games, Words With Friends and Draw Something. to Windows Phone 8 when the recently-announced mobile operating system hits this fall.

The Xbox pusher announced the update to its Windows Phone platform during a developers event in San Francisco earlier today, as of this writing. Other developers that have signed on to push games out for Windows Phone 8 include Big Fish. Gameloft and more. Microsoft seemingly had trouble garnering game developer interest in Windows Phone 7, event with features like Xbox Live integration.

That said, it's interesting to see that suddenly big-time game makers are down with Windows Phone 8. Perhaps that's thanks to changes made by Microsoft that help smooth the process through which developers can bring existing games to Windows Phone 8 devices. VentureBeat points out that the recently-revealed Surface tablet also runs on Windows 8, implying that games will offer cross-platform play of some sort.

However, according to a Nokia release, both Draw Something and Words With Friends will be exclusive to Nokia-built Windows Phone devices for the first two months after their release this fall. Then, and only then. will the games be available on all Windows Phones. Baby steps, people, baby steps.

Are you psyched for Words With Friends and Draw Something to hit Windows Phone? How about that Nokia exclusivity? Sound off in the comments. Add Comment.

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