I was reading the website these days PC gamer the news that Zyngas Farmville will be discontinued on December 31, 2020 because the standard browsers and Facebook will no longer support Adobe Flash. At first I thought: How, Farmville was still going? In the second moment I thought: What, I thought Flash support had been an impossibility for years ?! And the third moment I thought back to a moment about ten years ago when I plugged this together with blue and white hay bales in Farmville.






Nice! buffed in Farmville!



Nice! buffed in Farmville!

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Indulge with me for five minutes in memories of a game that doesn't really deserve the name "game" and whose spam bothered almost everyone who romped around on Facebook when the social platform was still the "hot shit" was. And then bury that memory for the next ten years.







My little Farmville me at a time when everything was easier.



My little Farmville me at a time when everything was easier.

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My memory of Farmville, which I played excessively with a certain other buffed fan for maybe a year, coincides with my memory of "first time social media" aka Facebook. And with the memory of how it was at the beginning with buffed. It all falls in roughly the same period. And what was I excited about this Facebook, which was somehow so different from everything I knew before. I was just more enthusiastic about the ease with which this Zynga game could be played. Just a few clicks in the browser and I had already brought in my harvest, designed my farm, laid out new fields and participated in nice activities. Back then everything was kind of easier. Come home, start WoW and spend the whole evening tinkering my Farmville yard. On the side chatting with said buffed fan and bombarding all friends on my list with annoying requests. It was so nice and simple. Somehow.

When Farmville 2 was released, I was no longer hooked due to the miserable performance, the air was out. Also with many other fans of the Zynga "game". Farmville was a huge hit in 2009, and Facebook and Zynga made a huge amount of money on it. Thanks to the influence of Farmville, Facebook became a game platform to be taken seriously, and millions of gamers still succumb to its charm today. In 2011, however, the Farmville star began to decline, the air was out. It is interesting to find out today that a Farmville 3 is in the works.







Also nice: the buffed-b in flower fields.



Also nice: the buffed-b in flower fields.

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Since my little addiction to farming, I only think of Farmville every jubilee when Facebook washes a memory of that time into my timeline. And then my fingers itch a bit again. But not enough to indulge in the fun of farm life again. Maybe I'll take a look at Farmville 3 …

Be that as it may: Flash will no longer be supported by Facebook as of January 1, 2021, and that probably doesn't just mean the end of Farmville. If you are still an active Farmville player, take a look at the FAQ about the end of the game. Zynga will no longer accept payment transactions as of November 17, 2020. If you put cash into the in-game currency beforehand, you shouldn't expect a refund. But there is a bonus package for those who move from Farmville to Farmville Tropic Escape. By the way, all other Farmville games will continue to run because they were implemented with other technology than Flash.

Fun fact: Out of curiosity, I logged into Farmville to visit my old farm. And after torturing my way through 35,000 popups and the installation of the Farmville helper, I realized that Farmville has become a monstrosity with what feels like 50 different farms. But hey! I have found my original land of bliss again – it only charges for about five hours …







If you don't use the screenshot function, you also get a better overview of the farm. Or what you once did there.



If you don't use the screenshot function, you also get a better overview of the farm. Or what you once did there.

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In this sense: Bye Farmville!

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