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Zynga does NOT top Facebook's list of top ten games

12:00 PM on 12.23.2011

Dale North

Former Dtoid EIC

With all this talk about Zynga and their bazillions of dollars, you'd expect Facebook's list of top games in 2011 to be dominated by their titles. While half the titles on the list are Zynga games, the two most popular aren't.

I have no idea what Gardens of Time is, but I know it's made by Playdom, and that it's the most popular game on Facebook for 2011. EA takes second place with The Sims Social. Cityville is popular, but it's under these two at #3. 

You just got faced on Facebook games, Zynga. Face! Zing! Zynga!

Sorry, never mind.

I'm surprised that the crack-like Zuma Blitz isn't in the rankings. Keep me away from that game. I can't stop when I start.

You can find the full list of Facebook games after the jump. Do any of you play any of these?

Most popular games in 2011

  1. Gardens of Time (By Playdom)
  2. The Sims Social (By EA)
  3. Cityville  (By Zynga)
  4. DoubleDown Casino (by DoubleDown Interactive)
  5. Indiana Jones Adventure World  (By Zynga)
  6. Words With Friends (By Zynga)
  7. Bingo Blitz (By Buffalo Studios) 
  8. Empires & Allies (By Zynga)
  9. Slotomania-Slot Machines (By Playtika) 
  10. Diamond Dash (By wooga)

 


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