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Draw Something 2 Twitter image confirms sequel

When Zynga released Draw Something none of us were prepared for how popular the app would turn out, and since so many people have completed the social drawing app the Draw Something sequel was only a matter of time because some details have now been leaked.

Draw Something 2 has now been confirmed on Twitter since Ryan Seacrest tweeted an image that came from Zynga themselves, along with the new logo for the app as well. It seems as though Seacrest is after trying out the new version first seeing as though he has been approached to host a show based on the app.

For those who have never played Draw Something, it’s a little like Pictionary, so can often become frustrating. We are certain that there will be some of you out there wondering why the app needs a sequel when it would be just as easy to update the current version. However, because so many people got bored and deleted the app it makes sense for OMGPOP to start over.

Since Zynga took over from OMGPOP it makes sense for the Farmiville creators to try and work their magic and make Draw Something 2 as popular as the first. They may have a tough job on their hands since the original was only flavor of the month for a few weeks.

Zynga has a chequered past with sequels, because while Farmville 2 has proven more popular than the original, the same cannot be said for Cityville 2, lets hope Draw Something 2 is more like the former then.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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