The game is very similar to SimCity and Farmville. The goal is to develop a city by farming, constructing buildings, and collecting rent. The game is a freemium game, meaning there is no cost to play but players have the option of purchasing premium content.
If you are still wondering what is CityVille, then do a search online and you can find thousands of websites, most of them run by fans, which will explain every aspect of the game in great detail. This will give you the knowledge you want to know by the people that are actually playing the game. You can check out Zynga’s main website for information about this game as well. Zynga is the company that created CityVille and many other games that are the favorites of millions of Facebook users around the world. With so many fans, it’s not hard to see why this game is talked about so much.
The game's creators are pushing a few changes to the FarmVille formula. Players can manually expand their plot of land. They can also start and run franchises of their business in their friends' cities. Gamers can still team up in what seems like standard Ville-game fashion, helping friends or requesting help from them to trade goods, finish making key buildings or clear land. Zynga hasn't said how any of this social networking will differ, if at all, from the way it works in FarmVille and FontierVille, whether it's more complex, less annoying or what. We've asked and will let you know what they say. Update: Zynga says CityVille status updates will function the same way those do in the company's other games. So, players, be judicious!