Here’s the thing – I don’t see the point in Facebook. It is, perhaps, an age thing. I don’t have hordes of friends that I have to keep up with at all hours of the day. Being constantly appraised of my peers’ doings and disasters is not really of that much consequence to me. I use young Master Zuckerberg‘s social network to primarily snag the odd MP3 or see a film trailer quickly.
When it comes to social networks, I’m the very definition of a cheap date.
To my point, which does exist – SongPop is a Facebook game. Or deliciously addictive virtual candy – I can’t quite be sure.
Pick a category, guess five songs quickly, win virtual coins. Repeat until it calls to, unbidden, like some phantom paramour from gothic fiction, at all hours of the day.
It’s things like SongPop which make me forget that Facebook is massively wrong and a terrible thing – kudos, humble game developers.
- Fastest-growing Facebook games: From Song Pop to Dragon City (gamasutra.com)
- Mark Zuckerberg Is In Love With This New Name-That-Tune App, Song Pop (FB) (businessinsider.com)
- Mark Zuckerberg loves “Song Pop” (nerdinsider.wordpress.com)