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Former head of InstantAction joins Zynga as VP of Studios

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Last year saw the shut down of InstantAction, the PC gaming company that tried to launch a web-based embeded game technology. The company was headed up by Louis Castle, the former head of Westwood Studios that created the Command and Conquer series.

Now IndustryGamers has announced that Castle has a new job as he has been hired by Facebook game publisher Zynga as its new VP of Studios. Castle is the latest major PC game developer to join Zynga following others such as Brian Reynolds (formerly of Big Huge Games), Mike Verdu (formerly of EA Los Angeles) and even Ensemble Studios co-founder Bruce Shelley who is working for Zynga as a consultant.

IndustryGames promises to post up a new interview with Castle that will reveal what happened with InstantAction.

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