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FarmVille 2 Launched, Review in Progress

Sara Lau
Sep 7,2012  02:09 by

Zynga has finally launched FarmVille 2, which turns out to be an eye-catching, energy-free and highly social game on Facebook and Zynga’s own platform.

“FarmVille” has catapulted the online game producer Zynga into the public consciousness and made the startup company to star and fame in the game industry. With “FarmVille 2”, Zynga brings out a successor that will build on the success of the online classic.

With the boom of social games on Facebook, Farmville, which enjoyes more than 80 million players at peak times, is not longer dominating Facebook. There are plenty of social games coming out and beating Farmville.

With the new trend of 3D social games, Zynga has finally rolled out the long-anticipated sequel FarmVille 2 presented in 3D graphics. Like its predecessor, Farmville 2 sets an isometric view and thanks to Flash 11, the tomato plants, ears of wheat, pumpkin and corn are all rendered in three dimensions, while chickens totter across the meadow. Players now require fewer clicks than before if they irrigate their fields. They can harvest wheat and apple and get a couple of eggs from chickens, they can bake an apple pie and sell it for virtual money.

We are now playing the game, and we will try to list some different things in the new follow-up. Review is in progress.

1 Comment on FarmVille 2 Launched, Review in Progress


  1. after being away from farmville, for some time, i came back to a very different farmville!

    the graphics were cheap and cheesey, and that is the nicest thing i can say!

    in a highly competitive field of motion, colors and graphics, zynga would not have scored well doing children’s games!

    in the interest in frugality, one wonders, moving animals had been replaced by inanimate animals pictured against a small screen and the surrounding countryside was flat, dull, unimaginative and would not pique anyone’s interest!

    if zynga had been struggling, why did they cut their own throat by changing their popular game to something so primitive, relative to that genre which continues to break new ground, daily?

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