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Zynga Farmville has currently banned the "Send" button in the market. This means you are UNABLE to send gifts using farm-cash in the game to anyone.
You can still buy items for your own farm but you are NOT able to send to others.
Charging real cash for all advancements in the game making quests impossible to complete without paying
Constant crashing of the game, new items being brought out before old ones fixed
Faulty items knowingly being sold in the market i.e Rainbow Ram, Chameleon.
Capping on breeding patterns without telling players, zynga on several occasions have capped the ability to breed patterns to stop certain sheep being adopted out but neglected to inform players who then waste potions and adoptions trying to breed.
Farmville has placed a limit on how many feed posts we can collect in a day or 24 hours this is unfair to us.
4 Men and a Little Lady's Frozen Treats was established with the young and the young at heart in mind. What we are trying to establish is a means for the children and the transportation disabled to be able to enjoy the "old-fashioned" way of getting frozen treats from the local ice cream truck.
All safety precautions will be taken to make this a safe and exciting time for the kids in the neighborhood, and also give them something to look forward to every season.
I am a huge supporter of Farmville and love the game more than any I have ever played before. It has a few issues but I still always come back as everyone else does also. My chief complaint however is that Zynga needs to change the rules a bit.
We should be able to share our gifts and fuel with our neighbors. I have over 3000 fuel refills and I am at level 66 already. This leaves me a few more levels to go and I am certainly never going to use all of this before I hit level 70. Also, I believe we should be allowed to give the gifts we cannot use to our neighbors.
Why not make it more interesting by doing this? I have over 250 neighbors and they all agree with me on this one.