According to Reynolds, he wants to “experiment more than might be appropriate for a publicly traded company, and I might want to do something that would be ‘off strategy’ for Zynga or otherwise too risky.”
Reynolds said a smaller firm would also allow him to write codes for his games, and tablet and mobile games may be a good place to start for him.
Before joining Zynga, Reynolds founded Big Huge Games, and co-founded Firaxis Games with Sid Meier.
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