What Facebook Is Playing This Week: The Same Things As Last Week

FarmVille 2's meteoric rise to fame slowly turns this week, as players realise they enjoy building restaurants, playing Scrabble and matching candy much more than they do farming.

Actual numbers aside, the composition and positioning of the list as of this writing is exactly the same as last week's. Things are a bit stagnant at the top.

Pretty sure that will all be changing soon.

Most-Played Facebook Games by Daily Active Users — October 26

Rank App DAU

1. What Facebook is Playing This Week: The Same Things It Was Playing Last Week FarmVille 2 Zynga Inc. 8,400,000

2. What Facebook is Playing This Week: The Same Things It Was Playing Last Week Texas HoldEm Poker Zynga 6,000,000

3. What Facebook is Playing This Week: The Same Things It Was Playing Last Week Words With Friends Zynga With Friends 5,900,000

4. What Facebook is Playing This Week: The Same Things It Was Playing Last Week Candy Crush Saga King.com 4,700,000

5. What Facebook is Playing This Week: The Same Things It Was Playing Last Week ChefVille Zynga 3,900,000

6. What Facebook is Playing This Week: The Same Things It Was Playing Last Week Bubble Witch Saga King.com 3,700,000

7. What Facebook is Playing This Week: The Same Things It Was Playing Last Week Diamond Dash Wooga 3,700,000

8. What Facebook is Playing This Week: The Same Things It Was Playing Last Week Bubble Safari Zynga 3,500,000

9. What Facebook is Playing This Week: The Same Things It Was Playing Last Week Dragon City Social Point 3,400,000

10. What Facebook is Playing This Week: The Same Things It Was Playing Last Week SongPop Freshplanet 3,000,000

See the full list and more at AppStats


Comments

    Honestly, I don't think Facebook games have any place on this website. There's the simple fact that none of your target audience plays or cares about them. They are insipid anti-consumer trash that work only to strip away their money. In a way they are worse than gambling.

      Agreed. There's been a rash of shit about zynga on this site recently, including some very blatant zynga-paid content. I think you'd struggle to find a kotaku reader who plays this crap.

      They're two very distinct markets. Can we please keep them that way?

Join the discussion!

Trending Stories Right Now