Cityville Reaches 100,000,000 Monthly Users

Cityville has over 100,000,000 players on a monthly basis making it one of the fastest growing online games on Facebook. That is a lot of building towns and cities on Cityville, I am addicted to the free online game, but it’s a good addiction.
It seems there is no stopping this free city building game on Facebook, Cityville has what it takes to get legions of addicted players. Inside Social Games is reporting that the newest game by Zynga, title CityVille has over a hundred million monthly players. Over 18 million people play it on a daily basis. With numbers like that, the question is not who plays Cityville online, but it’s who does not play the free game.

I have been playing this free game Cityville by Zynga since mid-December when it had been online for a few weeks. One of the best things about it is the amount of people who also play it. The more neighbors you have the easier it is to play and rack up those experience points.

They are easy to add as neighbors and you can easily add them. The ‘my neighbor’ tab within the game shows you who plays it. Add as many of those people as you can but you can also visit this article that I wrote about enlisting those on your Facebook friend’s list as neighbors.

When you visit a neighbor in the free game, you are given energy. However, on your own game of Cityville you need plenty of energy to play freely. Of course, in order to get experience points one needs to know how to get energy and try me its easy if you know how. The best way is to donate energy to your neighbors and pray they give it back to you.

Being a new game there are not many real cheats for Cityville online but there plenty of pages where one can learn how to get Cityville coins quickly, the best crops to plant, how to make money with franchises as well as other assorted game tips.

Cityville is poised to overtake Farmville another Zynga game that became quite popular, we just need to sit back and watch it happen.


Inside Social Games article —Be my neighbor —Cheats—Easy ways to get energy—

Effortless coins —Cityville Franchises—Tips and hints—Game review—

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Why the Tomb Raider PC Games are Still Worth Playing

Way back in 1995, I got into PC video game playing, starting with Doom 2 and Shadow Warrior. With those games I received a demo for one of the Tomb Raider PC games, Tomb Raider 3. After having the main character in that game pull the first switch, I spent hours trying to figure out where the zip line I saw overhead went and how to get to the area across the river. After finally realizing that the switch I pulled had opened a door back in the previous area that would lead me to where I needed to go, I was already hooked. Doom and Shadow Warrior were left behind in the dust and I became a Tomb Raider PC games devotee.
If shoot-em-up games have become boring or were never really your thing in the first place, you do have other options for PC game playing even while still getting some trigger-happy action. Below, I give you four of the best reasons why you’ll come to love Tomb Raider PC games once you give them a try.


You can make Lara Croft (the main character in the game and the one you’ll be controlling) perform several actions to get her where she needs to go. In all of the games, you can make her walk, run, jump forwards or hop backwards.

Starting with Tomb Raider 3, you can also make her sprint, kneel, crawl, do front/back/side flips, and even jump and flip forward or backward with a half twist to turn around and land facing the other direction. You can also make her do a standing roll, or a diving roll while sprinting. In the newer games (Tomb Raider 4 and higher), she can reach up and travel across areas on monkey bars in the ceiling, traversing around corners while climbing, climb and slide down poles, and climbing and swinging on ropes.

There are even some neat Tomb Raider PC game tricks that have been uncovered by players that aren’t in the instruction manual with the games, like making Lara reach to climb onto a block, do a press to handstand then a back walkover to stand up on the block; or have her do diving rolls off a high cliff into the water like a diver.


Even though the Tomb Raider PC games give Lara plenty of weapons and ammunition to shoot enemies with, this isn’t a shoot-em-up game. Each game has its own mystery, usually based around finding ancient artifacts, which Lara has to solve. She solves puzzles, finds clues, and goes through obstacle courses to get to the next level. And each level ties in neatly with the last one and the next one to come, sometimes even making Lara go back and forth in the levels to pick up more clues.

Beautifully Designed Locations

In Tomb Raider PC games, you’ll take Lara all around the world. In the very first Tomb Raider game, Lara has adventures in Peru, Greece, Italy, and Egypt. And in the Tomb Raider 3 game alone, she travels even wider: from the jungles and temples of India, to the high security compound of Area 51 in Nevada, to villages and temples in the South Pacific, to the streets of London, to mines and a lost city in Antarctica!

The first couple of games are pretty standard, but really starting with Tomb Raider 3 the graphics are less pixelated and you get some atmospheric effects added in with that better graphic quality, like rain and snow and mist.

Throughout the Tomb Raider PC games, you’ll be sorely tempted to have Lara explore around and sight-see the vast, wide open spaces that she enters. In doing so, you might find save game crystals, extra ammo and weapons, or hidden enemies.

Suspense and Surprise

This mostly comes in the form of surprise attacks from the enemy. The enemies range from animals (like dogs, tigers, bulls, and bears) to humans (guards, commandos, and hit men) to insects (spiders and locusts) to even mythological creatures like mummies and the Minotaur. Sometimes all Lara has to do is pick something up or move a block or a switch in order to trigger a charging enemy onto the scene.

Music is sometimes used in these Tomb Raider PC games to alert you when an attack is coming, similar to the way horror movies use music to make the audience jump. But other times you’ll have no idea until the bad guy starts clubbing or shooting at Lara.

As for other surprises, whenever Lara pulls a switch or places an item in a niche, you’ll be holding your breath to see what happens next. Sometimes you might trigger spikes to repeatedly spring up from the floor, poisonous darts to start shooting across an upcoming hallway Lara will have to go through, doors to open that previously held unknown enemies, or even the room behind Lara to turn upside down or go through some other drastic change.

Tomb Raider now has more than a decade long history with 11 games (and still counting) that have come out. They are constantly improving not just the look of the game and Lara, but the weapons she has, the moves she can do and the new places they can take her, the enemies she faces, and the locations she visits in her quests. If you’re looking for a PC game to fall in love with, the Tomb Raider PC games fit the bill.

The Yu-Gi-Oh ‘Duel Links’ Card Trader Game for Mobiles

The Yu-Gi-Oh is an online game for mobiles and this game was played by using power cards so it is also called as Trading Card Game. It will be very interesting to play because it creates a virtual environment for playing the cards. A decks contains collection of cards, this game allow players to create individual decks of cards collected from the booster packs. The cards are providing some different powers to the players for attack their opponent. At the time of playing the duel is engaged by only two players.

The Concept and How to play Yu-Gi-Oh Game:

There are two players in this game for playing Yu-Gi-Oh by using the power cards. If consider you are the one player and should have one opponent to play with you. Both you are having your own deck that contains multiple cards with different powers. First you have to choose your character to play and click play button. Then select the power card which you want to place that on the virtual board. Then place it on that board like this way you have to attack and finally destroy your opponent by using your power cards. After three traps the chance will be go to your opponent.

Starter Deck – Yuya:

The starter deck yuya is a pre-constructed deck and it makes the perfect way for new duelist to play Yu Gi Oh Duel Links game. The Yuya will create another way for duelist to obtain popular cards to build out their decks. An each start deck yuya has contains the following power cards,

  • 35 Commons
  • 3 Super Rare’s
  • 2 Ultra Rare’s
  • 3 Token Cards

Each card had different powers to attack the opponent’s card.

Booster Packs:

The Yu-Gi-Oh Duel link game has provides the following booster packs to the players.

  • Pendulum Evolution
  • Maximum Crisis
  • Start Pack – Battle Royal
  • Fusion Enforcers
  • Raging Tempest
  • Destiny Soldiers
  • The Dark Illusion
  • Millennium Pack
  • Wing Raiders and etc.
  • Available duel links hack from the internet

These packs are very useful to attack your opponent in an easy way.

Tournaments in Yu-Gi-Oh Game:

This game is also allowing players to play the tournaments. Some tournaments names are listed below.

  • Nezukray Cup #1
  • Torneo de los mundoss
  • The Grand Tournament and etc.

If you win those tournaments you will get the Championship for that tournament’s.

Decks, Deck Box and Deck List:

The decks will contain no of cards like 40-60 with different powers. The deck box is used to protect your decks, it is also called as deck case. The deck boxes are generally constructed from plastic or cardboard. The deck lists are used when a duelist enters a tournament and they asked to submit a deck list.

If you use all opportunity in correct manner you can win the Yu Gi Oh Duel Links game successfully and moved to next level. Likewise all the levels need to be completed in the proper manner.

Fable: The Lost Chapters: Do Not Miss the Experience!

My first experience with Fable was 2 months ago when I borrowed the game from a good friend. I played the game all the way through, and loved it so much that I went out and bought myself a copy.
First of all, I was amazed by the graphics. The opening intro isn’t much, but once the game actually begins there is a huge improvement. I was playing on a PC with a 2.99 GHz processor and an Nvidia 6800 chip. This is a little dated now, but the graphics were very good, in comparison to previous titles released for the PC.

The Game runs very smoothly, no crashing or major glitches that interfere with game play. If you have a creative soundcard, I would advise getting updates from their website before installing the game, because with the wrong device driver, the game will not run. The controls are easy and plentiful (meaning that there are lots of keys to press that each have a different use) and customizable options. The camera angles are easily adjusted with the mouse while playing, allowing the player to view the action from any angle.

The Game itself is an amazing experience for any gamer. The depth of the game is immense; the player takes control of all physical aspects of the character from hairstyle and body build to custom tattoos. As the game continues on, the character ages, and players are given the choices of performing tasks which affect the alignment modifier. The alignment modifier is the measure of good or evil in a character. The more evil deeds, the uglier and more feared the character becomes, and the more good deeds that the player carries out, the more beautiful the character becomes, which will have both ladies and men alike falling head over heels. The game allows players to travel freely from place to place, meet people, make friends (or kill them) trade between shops for profit and so much more with lots of humor along the way.

There are 4 ways to combat in the game; Melee weapons, fist fighter, mage, or archer. You can choose a method that is comfortable to you at any time. You earn experience depending on how you fight, so the game supports shifts in fighting style based on user preference.

The storyline expands on the original Xbox game by adding a different ending, more characters and more quests. In general it follows the generic hero journey outline; separation from the known world, refusal of the call to adventure, responding to the call, the initiation, trials, training, more trials, the cave, transformation, etc.

I don’t want to give away the story, but you start out as a young boy in a small village earning money to pay for your sister’s birthday present. Then, bandits take over the town and burn everything; you are taken to the guild of heroes to begin your training. From there your quest is to find your family and get revenge on the one responsible for ruining your life.

Overall the game takes about 25 hours to complete, but with lots of room to explore, and many side quests, you will not be left bored. I highly recommend this to any gamer.