Zynga announced Monday that FarmVille is shutting down on Facebook by the end of the year.
The news comes after Facebook announced it would stop supporting games that run on Adobe’s Flash Player by December 31.
The farm simulation game launched in 2009 and quickly rose in popularity, drawing millions of online players.
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FarmVille is shutting down on Facebook by the end of the year, Zynga announced Monday.
The company said the move is due to Adobe’s decision to stop distributing and updating its Flash Player software. Facebook announced in June that it in turn would officially end support for Flash games on December 31, at which point FarmVille users will no longer be able to play the game.
“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