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Zynga Creative Director Bill Jackson gives the first look at Zynga's new game, CastleVille.
Zynga's executives each have an avatar that looks uncannily like them. Here's CEO Mark Pincus in front of his.
The reception desk looks like it's fashioned after a cabin in FarmVille.
There are a few bits of modern art scattered around the lobby, like this arrow made from mirrors.
At its previous office, a few blocks away, Zynga hired students from the culinary academy across the street to work in its kitchen. One of the students now runs its new kitchen.
Zynga Creative Director Bill Jackson introduces one of the characters from its new CastleVille game.
Zynga invited the media to its new offices in San Francisco's South of Market District, where startups for years have been leasing warehouse space and turning it into trendy offices.
Like a lot of Web startups, Zynga goes out of the way to make its offices fun and creative. There's a Winnebago parked in the foyer, where apparently meetings are sometimes held.
Here's Zynga CTO Cadir Lee standing in front of his avatar. he's also the "tallest" and "smartest" person in the company, according to CEO Mark Pincus.
The huge lobby on the ground floor houses the staff canteen and, on this day, a stage where the company showed its new games to the press on Tuesday.
To get in the building you walk through a tunnel lined with colored fluorescent tubes.
The office has a huge foyer and 4 floors of office space upstairs. here, the Zynga staff hang over the balconies to say hello.