"I could run this town in my sleep," the message from the miniature character reads as he lands on CityVille shores on a rowboat, megaphone in hand. "And I plan on sleeping in the governor's mansion tonight!" Basically, Krunsch is after Governor Phil, a relatively minor character in the game, for whatever reason.
It was our understanding that RewardVille, Zynga's program that rewards players with in-game items for playing more Zynga games daily, was to do away with the cross-game promotions of the developer's past. But we can't think of a better reason for this event than to promote Empires & Allies, which has been steadily losing monthly players since it peaked at over 53 million earlier this summer, according to AppData.
[Image Credit: Zynga, Holly Spring]
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