- Zynga is shutting down “FarmVille” on Dec. 31, the same date Facebook stops supporting Flash games
- The game developer is working on “fun in-game activities” for fans before “FarmVille” ends
- “FarmVille” once reached 73 million monthly active users
“FarmVille,” one of the first hits in social gaming, is shutting down on Facebook at the end of the year, game developer Zynga announced.
As Adobe will stop distributing and supporting the Flash Player that “FarmVille” uses for its web browser versions on Dec. 31, Facebook will also stop supporting Flash games, a move that the social media giant had announced in July. This also spelled the end of “FarmVille.”
“We’re aware that many of you have been with us since the very beginning, helping to build an incredible global community of players over the years who’ve enjoyed this game just as much as we have,” Zynga said in a