There was a period when almost everyone either knew or was that person who actively played FarmVille on Facebook. Zynga’s Flash-based application dominated Facebook games for a few years, maintaining the top place for almost two years, from 2009 to 2011.
Many committed fans were unhappy when Zynga revealed that FarmVille and FarmVille 2 would be going down when Facebook ceased supporting Flash games in December 2020. Zynga, on the other hand, guaranteed gamers that FarmVille 3 would be developed on mobile.
When FarmVille premiered on Facebook and Microsoft’s MSN Games in 2009, it was really a social phenomenon. It attracted over 35 million daily active users at its height, prompting the production of a short-lived mobile version of the game in 2010 and FarmVille 2 in 2012.
Because the games were so successful, they had in-game collaborations with large corporations such as McDonald’s, 7-Eleven, Farmers Insurance, and even Lady Gaga. FarmVille is also up for induction into the National Museum of Play’s Video Game Hall of Fame in 2021.
Zynga has published a “preview” trailer for FarmVille 3, which will be launched on mobile at an unspecified time. Players in FarmVille 3 will be able to create their own farm from the ground up, cultivate crops, and care for a range of animals.
The game will have a new feature that allows players to breed and raise young animals from over 150 different species, ranging from horses and pigs to alpacas and arctic foxes. As the release date approaches, more information about the game should become available.
On the Google Play Store for Android and the App Store for iOS, Zynga has a game named FarmVille 3 – Animals. It’s unclear how this varies from FarmVille 3, however players in FarmVille 3 – Animals may breed, raise, and sell a variety of animals to generate cash for farm renovations and growth.
Hundreds of decorations, structures, and even hired farmhand costumes are available in the game. These farmhands are a diverse group of specialist laborers, such as lumberjacks and cooks, who may be leveled up to get access to new talents and recipes.
There are also a few of FarmVille 2 games accessible on mobile for fans who need something to keep them occupied till FarmVille 3 is officially released. FarmVille 2: Country Escape doesn’t even require an internet connection, allowing users to play from anywhere.
Players can also join a farm co-op to trade with other players. FarmVille 2: Tropical Escape transports would-be farmers to an island paradise, where they may cultivate unusual tropical crops and animals, learn how to make fun holiday beverages, and run a beachfront inn.