FrontierVille hits 20 million users in less than 40 days – win for Zynga, fail for bears

Zynga has announced that since launching on June 9, their latest game FrontierVille has grown to 20 million users.

In other FrontierVille-related news, 2.3 million people have gotten married, 1.1 people have had a kid, and Cobert Nation will be happy to hear, 3.6 million people have scared away at least one bear (for a total of 128 total bears scared away)!

Zynga has shared with us even more FrontierVille facts:

  • 3.6 million people have built frontier cabins
  • 3.3 million people have built a general store
  • 10 million people have clobbered a snake.

This is exciting for Zynga, as these numbers are very good for the game after a full month of game play. Inside Social Games reports more good news for Zynga; for FrontierVille,the daily average users (DAUs) to monthly average users (MAUs) percentage is 30%, which they are app to say (pun intended) is quite positive.

It’s not all good for Zynga. During this same period of time, its flagship game FarmVille continues to lose users.

But enough, Negative Nancy! This is a good day for Zynga, FrontierVille, and those of us who realize how big a danger bears are to our livelihood and well being, even virtually.

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