FarmVille Will Close Down On December 31

FarmVille Will Close Down On December 31

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After 11 years of bringing happiness, Zynga has confirmed that Farmville, one of the pioneering games on Facebook, shall conclude its run on December 31, 2020.

According to the social game developer, Adobe will stop distributing and updating Flash Player for all web browsers and Facebook will completely stop supporting Flash games on the platform after December 31st, 2020.

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FarmVille is a social network farm-simulation game developed and released in 2009 by Zynga. The gameplay includes different aspects of farmland management, such as land plowing, planting, growing and harvesting crops, tree harvesting, and livestock raising.

If you’re a Farmville player and you want to keep on playing a farm-simulation game, there are also other options of Zynga such as FarmVille 2: Tropic Escape and FarmVille 2: Country Escape. It says that Farmville enthusiasts can also look forward to the upcoming Farmville 3 for mobile.

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