GOTO Games Adds Facebook Integration to Globally Popular, No-Cost “Funbridge” Bridge Card App

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Funbridge from GOTO Games features a wide range of features that have made it the Internet’s largest bridge club, with more than 60,000 players and over 110,000 deals per day. Funbridge is available as a universal app for iPhone and iPad in the App Store and for Android via Google Play.

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Funbridge available now for iPhone, iPad and Android

Funbridge is an incredibly fun bridge game that is already a huge hit worldwide, and is essentially the planet’s biggest bridge club

GOTO Games, creator of the globally popular bridge card game Funbridge -- which features over 60,000 players and more than 110,000 deals per day -- has introduced Facebook integration in the app’s latest version.

Now in Funbridge 2.5, players can connect directly their Facebook account and share results and messages with their social network. They can also enjoy a wide range of features that have helped make the app acclaimed by bridge lovers of all ages around the world, including:

  • New daily tournaments that launch every two hours
  • Fun and challenging ranking tournaments
  • A comprehensive ranking system that assigns players to series, which have an increasing degree of difficulty
  • Unlimited training deals
  • Searchable player profiles
  • The option to view and bid again, plus ever player’s play of the hand
  • Per pairs and IMP notation tournaments
  • Pre-set bidding conventions
  • In-game help with bidding (displaying points and assumed distribution of colors)
  • The ability to follow specific players and receive requests from friends
  • A filter that displays the ranking of only followed players and friends

“Funbridge is an incredibly fun bridge game that is already a huge hit worldwide, and is essentially the planet’s biggest bridge club,” commented Valentin Foncez of GOTO Games. “Players love how they can play some deals, and see how they rank among their friends or among thousands of players who have played the same deals, in the same conditions. And now with Facebook integration, players can connect with their friends and social network.”

In addition, Funbridge can help players improve and sharpen their overall bridge game.

“Players have the option to replay the deals of other players, replay their own deals, and follow the development of scores in real-time,” added Foncez. “By comparing themselves to their peers, and by seeing how others are playing, Funbridge is an ideal learning tool – and it’s so much fun!”

Players can also look forward to a new and exciting “Challenge Mode,” which will allow them to challenge their friends directly through the app. This enhanced feature is currently in development, and should be released later in 2013.

Funbridge, the globally popular bridge card game for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch requires an Internet connection to support the app’s powerful game engine, and is available now at no-cost in the App Store at: https://itunes.apple.com/app/funbridge/id408841149

A dedicated Android version of Funbridge is also available via Google Play at: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gotogames.funbridge

For more information or media inquiries, contact Mark Johnson on behalf of GOTO Games at +1 408 757 0156 or press(at)appshout(dot)com.

About GOTO Games
For over 20 years, GOTO Games has specialized in publishing bord games for PC and the Internet. The company’s first title was the hugely successful GOTO Bridge for PC, which launched in 1994. It was quickly followed by two more games in 1995: Cybergammon and Crossword, and then NetGammon in 1996. In 1999 Jérôme Rombaut joined GOTO Games, and his bridge expertise inspired the company to launch GOTO Bridge II, and the online version of GOTO Bridge in 2003, which evolved into Funbridge. Today, Funbridge is enjoyed by more than 60,000 players around the world, and is the planet’s biggest bridge club.

Learn more at http://www.goto-games.com/.

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