That player's friends can then click on that news feed post and be taken to a page where they'll either be logged into the game or, if they're new to the game, be given an option on whether to join. This change is very similar to the recent update made to FIFA Superstars in which users can now "Like" individual players and share that information with their friends.
The ability to add "Likes" to in-game content was opened up for Facebook developers just this month and could prove to be huge for promoting in-game content. It looks like Facebook game developers just got back exactly what they wanted: viral growth. Very sneaky, sis.
[Via Virtual Goods News]
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