FarmVille on iPhone -- now your life is really over

Zynga founder Mark Pincus showed up at WWDC 2010 to break the news

Apple iPhone 4

Apple iPhone 4

Gaming news is trickling out of Apple's annual tech conference, WWDC 2010, and the hot item of the hour is FarmVille for your iPhone. That's right -- you can now harvest your virtual crops and visit your friends' farms literally all the time.

Zynga founder Mark Pincus showed up at WWDC 2010 to break the news. The app features push notifications, adaptive video playback, and apparently doesn't run in Flash (so it ought to be iPad compatible).

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