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Kongregate Arcade 2.0 is here and adds messaging


6:30 PM on 09.21.2011
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Kongregate Arcade, the Android version of the Kongregate service which features close to 600 mobile games, has just received a rather large update in the form of Kongregate Arcade 2.0 which has added several new social-focused features.

On top of the fact that players can now earn GameStop PowerUp Rewards points by scoring points on Kongregate Arcade (and the main site now as well), Arcade players now have access to the iconic Kongregate chat and messaging system, as well as the ability to invite friends to compete via the leaderboards and view them in real time.

“We’re proud to be one of the highest rated gaming applications on the Android Market,” said Jim Greer, CEO of Kongregate. “The enhancements we’ve made to Kongregate Arcade 2.0 enable gamers to directly challenge their friends in hundreds of games, adding a new competition layer to an already addictive gaming experience.

Kongregate Arcade 2.0 is out right now for you.

 






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