Farmville is an agriculture simulation game developed by Zynga in 2009. Its gameplay involves various aspects of farmland management, such as plowing land, planting, growing, and harvesting crops, and raising livestock. FarmVille 2, the sequel, was released in September 2012.
Zynga is officially shutting down its original FarmVille web game on Facebook at the end of this year. It’s not so shocking news as Facebook saidbin July that it will no longer support Flash Games as of December 31st .The same date Adobe is killing Flash player together.
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The game launched in 2009 and had more than 10 million daily active users in less than two months. A mobile version and a sequel followed, but subsequent games never quite captured the magic of the original.
FarmVille players will be able to continue making in-app purchases until November 17th, after which its payment system will shut down. You can still play the game until December 31st. After which it will shut down permanently. And Zynga says a mobile version of FarmVille 3 will be available worldwide soon.