It’s over for Farmville, as Flash also buys the farm


Farewell, Farmville.


2020 is not the only thing to end on Thursday. The last day of the year is also the last day for one of the original Farmville Addictive Facebook Games.

Farmville, which allowed players to cultivate a colorful cartoon farm by cutting crops and taking care of livestock, had 30 million players daily at its peak. But the game developer Shrimp announced In September it will shut down the game on December 31, a victim of Adobe’s decision to stop distributing and updating its Flash Player for web browsers, which will result in Facebook ending supporting Flash games on its platform.

The writing on the wall has also been around for a long time. In 2017, Facebook – with Adobe, Apple Pal, Google, Micro .ft and Mozilla – plan to provide support for Flash by December this year.

Once the standard for websites to play games, stream video, and deliver animations to browser software software, Flash Player has come in favor of many technology companies and organizations, who have identified the plugin as a battery hog and security vulnerability. Its popularity has waned in recent years as video has turned to HTML5, a developing language in the online video industry, that can run graphics without plug-ins.

And if you really want to continue artificial farming, there are other options. The company will continue to operate FarmVille 2: Tropic Escape and FarmVille 2: Country Escape, and says players can introduce the next worldwide FarmVille 3 for mobile.

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