Play mobile games inside of Snapchat 👾
You can launch Snap Games right from the Chat bar, allowing you and your friends to instantly play together — no install required. You can see which friends you’re playing with, send them a chat, or even talk live with voice chat.
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Snapchat is experimenting with an events feature of its own
Snapchat is working on integrating support for events into its service in an apparent attempt to compete with similar functionality offered by Facebook. The unannounced feature was spotted in Snapchat's code by Jane Manchun Wong, an app researcher with a solid track record for uncovering new social media features before they're officially announced.
Bitmoji Party is Snap's first original game for Snapchat
Snap today announced Bitmoji Party, its first original multiplayer game for Snapchat. Bitmoji Party offers players a series of lightly challenging mini-games for the mobile phone, and is designed to be played by small groups. If successful, it could attract new users to Snapchat while encouraging them to spend more time inside the app.
Snapchat now lets you play live, multiplayer games with friends
To do this, Snapchat has redesigned its chat feature with a new "rocket" button that will let you quickly hop into a game and play it live with your friends. Snap Games will feature six titles at launch, all based on HTML5 and covering a wide range of genres.
Snapchat launches Mario Party-style multiplayer games platform
Snap is unlocking a new revenue stream while giving you something to do in between chats and Stories. Today Snapchat debuts its Snap Games platform that lets you play real-time, multiplayer games while texting and talking with your friends. The platform is based off Snap's secret late-2017 ac...
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Founder, Product Hunt
I just returned from the Snap Partner Summit where they announced games. It's not surprising. Every communication app that hits significant scale seems to eventually adopt games, including Facebook, Messenger, LINE, WeChat, and more recently Houseparty with their first title, Heads Up. I'm curious what Apple thinks of this. Historically they've not been so keen on companies building app or game ecosystems within their own apps. Fortunate for Snap, Apple may avoid interfering with the risk of regulation in today's environment.
Community @producthunt. Chef.
Suddenly I am going to become a lot less productive.....
Co-Founder at Wild Gamut
Founder & CEO at Fitly
Does it feel like MySpace to anyone else or was I the only one that played those games? Lol
PM @ Improbable
are there integrations with specific game engines for this?
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