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Submitted by Toadsanime 739d ago | news

EA Closing Facebook Games, Including SimCity Social & The Sims Social

EA’s Facebook game activity has apparently taken a nosedive as of late, meaning that the company will be retiring Playfish games and of all their Facebook games – including SimCity Social, The Sims Social and Pet Society – in the coming months. (EA, Industry, Mobile, SimCity)

Credit url: joystiq.com
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Trunkz Jr  +   740d ago
Good, people should go back to play 3DS and Vita handhelds.
steve30x  +   740d ago
I tried Sim City Social and it was a total waste of my time. Its a big pile of 5h!7
2pacalypsenow  +   739d ago
yeah sim city social blows i hate games that rely on other playing it too
-GametimeUK-  +   739d ago
I enjoyed games like Warhawk. To each his own.

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