FarmVille 2 stats: 40 million MAU, 8 million DAU, 350 million crops harvested daily

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 5 January 2013 17:15 GMT

Despite Zynag’s prevailing issues with closures, financials, and exiting executives, the firm’s FarmVille 2 is doing rather well. According to an inforgraphic released by the firm, the social farming simulation game – which launched in September – has 40 million monthly active users and 8 million daily users.

Here’s some other amazing stats: 350 million crops are harvested daily; 8,000 crops are planted per second; residents of 180 countries play the game; and the firm’s November fundraiser for Water.org provided lifetime access to clean water for 17,876 people.

One player in Turkey even harvested 5,200 crops in one day alone.

If you think that is a bit nuts, one player in Denmark purchased 3,700 pink lawn flamingos.

Crazy.

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