Even the greatest must meet their creator. Facebook is ending support for Flash games, including the original FarmVilleOn the 31
FarmVille is one of the first browser-based games to enjoy widespread popularity with over $ 1 billion in revenue thanks to its millions of daily users. It’s also a crucial part of Facebook’s early development strategy. Anyone who was on Facebook from 2009 to 2015 remembers the intrusive, never-ending notifications and invitations from friends and relatives who play games, as well as the boom in apps only available on Facebook and through the theft and sale generate income from user data.
We are sorry, FarmVille, but your legacy is forever tied to privacy scandals and addictive freemium game design. We hope you enjoy eternity behind the pearl gates – or wherever you end up. Of course, this is not the absolute end of FarmVillehow Zynga plans to re-publish FarmVille 3 for mobile devices later this year.
FarmVille Players can make in-app purchases until November 17th. Facebook will remove FarmVille and all other Flash games from its website on December 31st, the day Adobe ends support for Flash Player. Just think some hired FarmVille The fan will play the game until their last moments on New Years Eve.
Source: Facebook via The Verge