Facebook Top Games
FarmVille 1 and 2, FarmVille: Harvest Swap, FarmVille 2: Country Escape, CastleVille, CityVille 1 and 2, ChefVille, PetVille, YoVille (currently known as YoWorld), ForestVille, FishVille, FrontierVille, CoasterVille and PyramidVille are probably only some of the ‘-Ville Games’ in past and/or present existence.
They have all focused on building something often in a shape of a town. As this is not always the case I would say that someone liked the suffix –Ville and decided to pin in on as many different games as possible. For example, as you did build cities as its owner in CityVille through farming, the construction of buildings and such things, you only build a farm in FarmVille, a settlement in FrontierVille, a restaurant-like coffee shop in ChefVille, a medieval settlement in CastleVille, and your own aquarium in FishVille. Since these comment pirater un compte facebook offered not only similar gameplay, but an overload of objects and data which would cause computers to load it for eternity and the flash player to crash, it is probably not surprising that some of them have been discontinued so far, either shut down, sold to other manufacturers or removed from the app stores. These are ChefVille, CastleVille, CityVille 1 and 2, CoasterVille, FrontierVille, FishVille, PetVille, ForestVille and YoVille. Having played several of the above mentioned games, I have to admit that it used to be a lot of fun. However, having played them for a longer period of time has not only made me quite addicted to them, but caused a lot of pain to my computer and a lot of stress to me.
Frustration with Facebook Games and their time consuming
I have not stopped playing these games only because of the lack of Facebook friends to help me out with tasks which was inevitable and obligatory, neither only because I got bored of my crowded terrains and floors, but also because it was often pointless to wait for the game to load. Several ‘-Ville Games’ have survived, however, such as FarmVille, which is not only up and running but sequelled. I guess it’s fun to build your own farm, grow crops, harvest animals, buy barns and tractors and decorate your farm in your own way. It’s an escape from city life most of us are surrounded with and a way to connect with the countryside. Probably not the best one but still, the easiest one, as it is done from your own chair in your own room.
If you have never tried a ‘-Ville Game’ on Facebook, you should have. The experience of it and the fun it provides at the beginning are priceless. It’s not late to try one, though.