Social gaming behemoth Zynga has been in the news a bit recently. You might have noticed. One particular highlight was Edge tearing apart Zynga’s assertion that it’s forthcoming game Dream Heights is the continuation of a long line of tower-based games, rather than a clone of Tiny Tower. Most entertaining.
But what about the figurative Zynga Towers? That’s right, it’s the next stop in our journey around the world of games via Google Street View. Let’s head to San Francisco.
Are those the clouds of controversy we see gathering over the building? No, it was just a bit overcast that day.
Anyway, that’s the Townsend Centre, where Zynga moved in 2010. Google has helpfully obscured the Zynga logos at the top of the building, presumably mistaking them for number plates or something. Oh Google!
They’re not staying there though: Zynga are in the process of moving again, to occupy part of the former Sega of America building elsewhere in San Francisco. There will be a dog run on the roof. And, no doubt, controversy in the skies above.