Zynga Asks for Fan Input Concerning Additions to Cafe World

Mon, Mar 1, 2010

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Zynga has proven in the past that they appreciate their fans, but giving way free items in their games or listening to users suggestions for improvements. This is continuing in the realm of Cafe World, as Games.com is reporting that the game developer is looking to fans to help decide which theme(s) of items to bring to the game in the future.

The poll is being held on the company’s official forums, with options available ranging from pirates and vampires to St. Patrick Day and Earth Day. There are 10 different options to choose from, and, at the time of this writing, the Fantasy/Magical option is leading by a fairly large margin. Second place, however, is a much closer race, with St. Patrick’s Day, Palace/Royalty/Medieval, Underwater, and Grocery Store all resting within around 30 votes of each other. Personally, I think voting for St. Patrick’s Day is a bit of a waste, as history has shown that Zynga loves celebrating holidays without fans telling them to, but I digress.

A second poll on the company’s forums details potential options for the next “long lost recipe” to be featured in-game. The current recipe “Grandma’s Apple Pie,” has been a big hit with fans, who can now choose a replacement (addition?) from seven options like Uncle Fud’s Peanut Butter Pudding, Aunt Elvira’s Death by Chocolate, or the current leader, Grandpa’s Finger Lickin’ BBQ Ribs.

Be sure to keep an eye out on the Cafe World fan page to find out which poll winners are made live in-game in the future.

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