Can you still play Mafia Wars?
Mafia Wars Classic was shut down in 2012.
Why was Mafia Wars shutdown?
Earlier this month, social game developer Zynga shut down Mafia Wars, the mobile reboot of the original web game that soft-launched back in April. In a call today with GamesBeat, CEO Frank Gibeau says that the reason was because it wasn’t meeting performance expectations.
What was the Mafia game on MySpace?
Mafia Wars was a text-based multiplayer mafia game created by Zynga. The game was available on Facebook, MySpace, Bebo, and Yahoo. It was also released as an iOS app on April 8, 2009. On April 5, 2016, Zynga announced on their forums that Mafia Wars was going to be shut down on June 6, 2016.
Can I still play CityVille?
CityVille was shut down on April 30, 2015. Players had been given a notice when opening the game prior to the shutdown.
Can u still play FishVille?
The game was discontinued on December 5, 2012.
Can you still play PetVille?
Game Over: Zynga Shuts Down PetVille And 10 Other Titles To Cut Costs. Executing the cost-reduction plan CEO Mark Pincus announced in November, Zynga has shut down, pulled from the app stores, or stopped accepting new players to 11 games, with some turning off today.
Can you play games on MySpace?
New games come, old games go, and a few remain at the top. However, as social games reach new players on new platforms, the numbers for these games changes rather frequently. Below are the Top 10 MySpace games by players gained over the last month for November 2, 2008. This Sims style game made quite a leap this month.
Why was CityVille closed?
The most notable closure was probably CityVille 2, since it was the sequel to what was once Zynga’s biggest hit. However, the game’s traffic has plummeted. COO David Ko blamed some of CityVille 2’s failure on a lack of lead time to properly test the game.
Why did PetVille shut down?
Zynga on Monday made good on promises to shut down several games — killing PetVille, FishVille, Montopia, Vampire Wars, Indiana Jones Adventure World and more — in an effort to save money and focus resources on more popular games.