Farm was really a social phenomenon when it debuted in Microsoft’s Facebook and MSN Games in 2009. At the peak of its popularity, it reached nearly 35 million daily active users, prompting the launch of umobile version available briefly from the game in 2010 and Farm Ville 2 in 2012. The games were so popular that they included in-game partnerships with several major companies such as McDonald’s, 7-Eleven, Farmers Insurance, and even Lady Gaga. The title is a candidate to enter the National Gaming Museum Video Game Hall of Fame. For some years now, the Zynga app has dominated games on Facebook, occupying the first place for more than two years, from 2009 to 2011. So when Zynga announced that FarmVille and FarmVille 2 would be closed When Facebook discontinued support for Flash games in December 2020, many passionate fans were disappointed. The company assured players that it would develop FarmVille 3 for mobile devices.
Zynga posted a trailer for FarmVille 3 which will launch on mobile devices, but the date has not been announced yet. The game will allow to build a farm from scratch, grow crops and raise a variety of animals. The title will include the new capacity raise and raise puppies of more than 150 unique varieties, including horses and pigs, alpacas and arctic foxes. Hopefully, more information about the game will be available as launch nears. Also the other title, FarmVille 3 – Animals It is available in the Google Play Store for Android and the App Store for iOS. In FarmVille 3 – Animals, players can breed and sell a variety of animals to raise funds for the improvement and expansion of your farm. The game presents hundreds of decorations, buildings and even clothing for hired day laborers. These day laborers are made up of a series of specialized workers as lumberjacks and cooks who can be leveled to unlock new skills and recipes.
Farmville 3 is currently in development for mobile devices.
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