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"These games have become something like hobbies for millions of people," Zynga CEO Mark Pincus said Tuesday at the company's headquarters in San Francisco. The game maker is adding more Web games to its digital arcade and introducing more ways to play them. (Associated Press)

"These games have become something like hobbies for millions of people," Zynga CEO Mark Pincus said Tuesday at the company's headquarters in San Francisco. The game maker is adding more Web games to its digital arcade and introducing more ways to play them. (Associated Press)

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