Zynga has shown that after 11 years that the initial FarmVille on Facebook is closing down. In a post on its aid page, the programmer explains this has occurred in part because of Adobe stopping dispersing and updating Flash Player for many browsers.
“We expect that the in-game adventures we have developed over the years have given you with the maximum degree of entertainment that we attempt to match here in Zynga,” the developer says.
FarmVille will stay playable upward till the end of December, and in-app buys will stay set up until November 17 and they will be shut. That means that the game will not have the ability to process refunds or payments at the point, so bear this in mind. Zynga also says it’s a run of in-game actions in the functions it will discuss some additional information on shortly. Therefore, if you have any residual money leftover, you might choose to throw it in.
FarmVille was originally established back in 2009, and I will always remember it to be the first match to be banned in my school — despite the occurrence of RuneScape.