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In a partnership launched today, Download.com will now offer desktop versions of games formerly exclusive to social networks.

CNET Download.com, social gaming company Kabam, and Sweetlabs, makers of Pokki, have teamed up to bring Windows users full-screen desktop versions of four popular (formerly) social network-based games.

Formerly only available on a Web browser, users would need to log in to social sites to play. With this launch using Pokki, the games require neither a Web browser nor a connection to social networking sites--these new Pokki desktop apps let you experience The Godfather: Five Families, Dragons of Atlantis, Edgeworld, and Thirst of Night in full screen on your Windows PC.

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Are these games any good? I don't play any social networking games.
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I thought these games were meant to be extremely slow where people would do something and come back a few hours later.
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lol i wouldnt even call those games.

20 years ago those were games.
But not by today's standards.
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