Are you addicted to Farmville?? Still !!!!!!
July 12, 2010 3:06pm CST
Once I was a dedicated player of farmville. :P. Like an addicted. It is countless how many nights I didn't sleep for farming. My facebook profile were always full of farmville feeds. My friends named me golden queen as I used to post more than 200 golden eggs when I had 2 coops. haha. It was so interesting because I figured out so many glitches and became an expert FV player. But suddenly I lost my laptop in march 11 and that was the last day of my farming :((. I have a desktop now but I can't load FV here. Absolutely have no idea why. I guess all of my fellow players cursed me (:p ;)) as I had more than 30 million coins and already was in level 70 and now I guess I'm in level 90 as I had lots of experience earned. I miss FV a lot but I can see lots of my friends don't play Fv anymore either. I think the trend of playing FV is in a steady position now. I can't say it's declining but at least the craze of Fv is no longer exist. So are you still playing FV?? are you addicted to it? or don't want to waste your time doing virtual farming? Which one???
13 Jul 10
I was also hooked to farmville. It started more as a past time that my co-workers encouraged. I used to go home early so that I can harvest/plant crops, whatever the case may be. I'm not sure what level I am now on but as my farm got bigger and bigger, I was more difficult for me to manage. I started farming less and less. I still miss it from time to time, so I also log in but I would much rather prefer something that I enjoy and I earn as well like this site. So I am now, devoting most of my free time here. I hope you enjoy it here as well, soulshine.:)
13 Jul 10
I'm really enjoying here.... I was so crazy that I played FV even when I was at school..after class I rushed to the computer lab or sometimes brought my laptop to school only fro playing FV..lol. I used to put alarm in my clock so that I can harvest my crops on time...even during midnight..most of the time I spent on internet searching for new info about FV, new glitches, new trices to earn more XP....I was just like a baby...:P
• United States
21 Jul 10
I come and go with it. Sometimes I'll play every day for months and then sometimes I'll only log on once a week. I don't know why, I always enjoy it. I have a friend who would set their alarm clock to harvest crops. I haven't gone that far but sometimes my first thought of the day, was uh oh...I think my crops have withered. lol.
27 Jul 10
Good to hear that you are not addicted but most of the people are addicted to farmville only because it is farming. As we are living in a world where everything is urban based while farmville gives us a feeling of being rural, farming, maintaining own farmhouse, design the farm, collecting crops, harvesting, cultivating. It's really nice to be a part of the farming society. I even didn't know the names of various tools, crops what I have learned while playing FV. And special themes, occasion special decorations, Christmas, farmhouses from different countries are really a great source to get knowledge about farming culture throughout the world. I just love Fv for this feature. And sometimes it makes to addicted to it.
• United States
14 Jul 10
I'm not really addicted to Farmville, I can see why it can be addicting though, but I would never pay money for extra coins or farm cash. And since it's mainly a waiting game because it takes a long time for stuff to grow, I just go on for a little bit to plant and harvest stuff and then I go away and only use it a little bit, but it is fun.
13 Jul 10
I still maintain my farm but not like before that I am so much to it. To date, I used to play every other day for about half an hour just to relax and while away from stress. That's one of the good things I learned from FV. I don't want to say that it is a stress-buster, but for me, it is, and it really relieves.
13 Jul 10
Farmville is a virtual farming game. We maintain our own farm where we grow and harvest different types of crops that yield us experience points needed for level up and coins. Another good way to earn coins is having lots of animals. Each animal needs certain time to get ready to harvest and they are the permanent source of earning coins like trees. Farmville is all about sharing. You can't be a good farmer if you don't have friends and sharing mentality. There are some items we can buy from virtual with coins but some we only get when a friend send it to us from the gift shop. So when we need anything like this we request our friends to send the item in exchange of what he/she needs. It's the basic way of sharing...very good for networking and improving farming skills. So when a friend says he is expecting piglets that means he needs piglets in his farm which is only available by sharing and is interested to exchange with a pig...
16 Aug 10
knew I shouldn’t do it. Something told me not to sign up. But all my friends were doing it, even the ones I didn’t know. So I went ahead. What could it hurt? I thought. After all, it was free. I still remember my first crop. I chose soybeans because they paid the most relative to the time invested. With just one plot I could turn fifteen Farmville coins into sixty-three coins in twenty-four hours. And I had a hundred plots! It worked like a dream. One day later, I had tripled my money. If only my real-life job paid so well. Frantically, I replanted. I needed to get a new crop in. Fallow cyber-land was wasted cyber-land. And I am not a wasteful person. The next day, I reaped again… and again the next. My pile of Farmville coins was growing. Soon I was a second level farmer. Second Level! But my son was a ninth level farmer. And many of my friends were double digits. Real friends, the kind who actually read my status updates. I know I shouldn’t compare myself to others, but I couldn’t help myself. Their pictures were lined up at the bottom of my farm, mocking me with their greater experience points! I resolved to catch up.