Bing integrates playable games in search engine

By on February 4, 2011

forty-six free modern classics available on Bing.

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Microsoft’s Bing (formerly known as Windows Live Search) has announced that a list of playable games is now available directly on Bing search results.

The forty-six list of casual games includes renowned modern Arcade classics such as Plants vs Zombies, Bejeweled 3, Jigsaw and much more.

In Bing.com, when users enter a term and search for one of the revealed titles, like Plants v Zombies, a playable version of the game will be embedded directly at the top of the search engine. Moreover, players will have the ability to sign in to either Facebook or Windows Live to view and share live score feed with friends.

Bing spokesperson, Tamsin Todd commented,“Since Bing’s inception, games have been a popular search term with our users. Allowing our users to get to their favourite games in quickest possible time, playing the games right through the search results page, we’re excited to make these great casual games available on Bing.”

Games available on Bing.com are:

Bejeweled 3, Bejeweled 2 , Plants vs Zombies, Pyramid Solitaire, Mahjongg Dimensions, 8 Ball Champion, Klondike Solitaire, Carniball, Slingo, Solitaire, Bubble Town, Zuma’s Revenge, Jigsaw, Rise of Atlantis, Bumper Stars, Hexic, Shape Shifter, Mahjongg Dark Dimensions, Gardenscapes, Blackjack, Samantha Swift and the Hidden Roses, Azkend, Ranch Rush , Zen Gems, Slingo Supreme, Mah Jong Quest, Cake Mania 3, Cubis 2, Fishdom: Spooky Splash, Tradewinds Odyssey, Luxor: Quest for the Afterlife, Cubis, Belle’s Beauty Boutique, Mahjong Match, Amazonia, Treasure Hunt, Pharaoh’s Secret, Fishdom, Big Money, Talismania, Cake Mania 2, Little Farm, 4 Elements, Dynasty, Magic Match, 5 Roll.


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