Farmville Game Creator Joins to work with India’s Moonfrog Lab

By | December 12, 2016

The famous game creator FarmVille, Mark Skaggs will join the Bengaluru based Moonfrog Labs as the Board member as well as Game Designer. This Farmville has received the 32 million daily active users. Skaggs is also responsible for the other games like CityVille, The Ville as well as Treasure Isle at the Zynga.

He has also worked on the Battle for Middle Earth, Command and Conquer Generals, Lord of the Rings and Red Alert 2 among the others at Electronic Arts (EA). Currently, he will help the Moonfrog create games for the local audience on the IOS as well as Android.

Farmville Game Creator Joins to work with India’s Moonfrog Lab

Skaggs said that

Skaggs has said in the interview that joining this Moonfrog on the mission means that making a great games as well as the opportunity to give back by helping in the smart, creative way. Moonfrog is the studio formed by the ex-Zynga employees.

In India, it is not the first game videos that have depended on the foreign talent that is to make games. Earlier, we have also seen the Troy Dunniway who is the Creative Director on the Rainbow Six Vegas confer with the local company’s such as the Disney Producer Gregg Barneet. He has worked to make the smart phones games with the Bengaluru’s Dhruva Interactive. Here you can download app from Google play.


Quality in the Game Design will be improved

This will be the smart move from the Moonfrog. According to the sources, the current title of the game will be Teen Patti Gold which has not performed as the expectations. This will be the highly regarded leader in the genre of teen patti that is Octro which is more focus on the international markets.

This is with all the latest games. It is not clear that the genre is not doing as well as the people would like it more in which particularly by the investors. Skaggs will improve the quality of the designing of game in the country.

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