myYearbook Live Demo
myYearbook makes meeting new people fun and easy online and on your mobile phone. The company has officially launched “myYearbook Live,” now available to myYearbook’s 25 million members. myYearbook Live’s social gaming platform matches users together by preferred age, gender and location and provides the ability to play synchronous, multi-player games with live video chat.
myYearbook users will soon have access to high quality games from leading gaming developers who join OMGPOP, Viximo and Heyzap in building applications on the Live platform.
The new developer partners include: Come2Play, the first white-label social gaming platform and developer of popular social games like Nine Ball and Coiny Coins; Lexulous, makers of the multiplayer crossword game of the same name; Absolutist, one of the leading developers of multi-platform casual games like Bubble Shooter, Clusterz and Mysteriez; and Geewa, makers of online multiplayer games like the timeless board game, Reversi.
The new games will be integrated with real-time video chat to provide an interactive experience like no other when meeting new people online, in-tune with myYearbook’s social graph of users who don’t just want to play with the people they already know, but with the people they want to know.
Jayant Agarwalla, co-founder of Lexulous in a statement to officially launch the platform said “We are excited to bring Lexulous to myYearbook and enable users to have video chats while playing our game. myYearbook’s highly engaged audience is an immense platform to showcase our award-winning word game to a broader market and we’re thrilled about the possibilities.”