10 Extremely Addictive Facebook Games

5. Restaurant City

This seems to me like it would be the most unsatisfying game of the bunch, but people love creating their own restaurants in Restaurant City — a game that lets you get in the biz without the chance for actual, real life failure. After starting your dinery, you can hire your (Facebook) friends to work as waiters and chefs and create a menu to please your diners. Make sure you keep real life snacks close at hand because you’re bound to get hungry!


4. Bubble Island

This exciting puzzle game is based on a very popular arcade model which has been modified for social gaming purpose. Here a user shoots bubble-cannon which explode bubbles of similar colors to step forward through various stages in the Bubble Island.


3. Millionaire City

Rent-hiking landlords and property-flipping real estate barons are no fun … unless you get to be one of them. That’s the role Millionaire City allows gamers to play. Users buy property, develop homes, get tenants to sign contracts, and spruce up the land in order to jack up the rent. They fuel their expansion with credits earned during the game or bought with an actual credit card. Every month, nearly 10 million users log on to chase “millionaire” status. So exactly how many millionaires are there? To date, more than 10 million players have reached the benchmark. Hey, if it’s not happening in real life, then why not in a virtual one?


2. Happy Aquarium

Happy Aquarium is one of the fastest growing games on facebook with over 27 million monthly active users. Happy Aquarium by CrowdStar is better than the similar fish inspired game FishVille. You are given a fish tank and some coins to start your game. You can purchase your own fishes from the store and train them. The store has wide variety of fishes. The started tank can hold 10 fishes but as you progress through the game, you can expand your tank by earning some coins. You can decorate your tank with gravel, wallpapers or some special items that can be purchased from the store. You need to feed your fishes daily. Tank also get dirty with time so you should also clean it regularly otherwise your fishes will get sick. When your fishes become adult, you can mate the male and female fishes of same species. Fishes are only allowed to mate once a day.


1. CityVille

CityVille is a browser based casual social city-building simulation game developed by Zynga as an application for the social-networking website Facebook. The game attracted 100,000 players on its launch day making it Zynga’s largest launch ever at the time of its release. On January 2, 2011, it reached the most monthly active users for an application ever on Facebook, beating Farmville’s previous record. The game allows Facebook members to become the mayor of a virtual city and to oversee its development into a large metropolis. Players can perform tasks, which include farming, construction, and rent collection in their city using energy points. The amount of energy available increases as the user gains in experience levels. The energy points are replenished automatically at a constant rate.
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