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…echoing other high-end retailers such as Rolls Royce.
Did you know that Draw Something is the number one app in the apple iPhone app store? If you play Draw Something, this is a great source for ideas, clue, solutions, etc. Check us out!
Is this yet another sign of the widening gap between the “haves” and “have-nots” (the 1% and the 99%ers)?
OMGPOP has introduced seven new terms from the smash hit novel series, like “Peeta”, “Haymitch”, “Gale”, “Effie”, “Tribute”, “Reaping”, and “Primrose”. This is not even close to a major update, but it’s exactly what will keep Draw Something going for, well, who knows how long. This game has tapped the limitless power of pop culture, and at almost no cost to OMGPOP.
In theory, entertainment brands could trademark the hell out of their properties, but why even bother for a single game? (Oddly enough, words like “Katniss” are absent.) Plus, to have a term from your brand in Draw Something is like advertising to 14 million people daily for absolutely free. But here’s the best part: It’s all user-generated, it has character and it’s personal.
OMGPOP CEO Dan Porter told Mashable that features like live chat and the ability to save drawings are incoming. With the latter, Draw Something even has meme generator potential, which in this day and age, is more powerful than you might think. Just ask Chuck Norris. Hey OMGPOP, we hear an Avengers movie is coming–yeah, Draw Something ain’t goin’ nowhere.
HEY WAIT, WE’VE BEEN DOING THIS POP CULTURE PICTURE PUZZLE STUFF FOR OVER A YEAR!
You likely won’t see this in the Academy Awards, and it won’t be nominated for an Oscar. There is no chance of Sasha Baron Cohen dumping pancake batter on Ryan Seacrest, nor seeing Angelina Jolie’s upper thigh at it’s opening. The real question is, will this movie wind up going straight to DVD, losing Disney over $250 million? Will it even make as much as the re-release of the Star Wars 3D movies? It is a shame because I would have liked to have seen one of the stars from Friday Night Lights (Taylor Kitsch) break out from a small TV series.