I never played Farmville itself, but other facebook games work basically the same way - you build and plant stuff, and can harvest the results after a defined period of time (or make it go faster by spending money), which give you resources that let you build more stuff. There is little to no interaction of anything besides planting and harvesting and building. I have to assume that there's more interaction and active stuff to do (even if there's no combat) in this game?
In that case, no, it's not like Farmville. It does have similar aspects (growing crops in your house; by the way I just harvested a few hundred potatoes this morning), but you have a lot of interaction with the environments and other people.
Say you come to a random street. It has 2 fruit trees, 2 bean trees, a piggie, and a chicken.
Well, f*ck the trees. You poison them all, and replace them with gas trees because you love to make people on the forums rage at how useless gas is (it is pretty useless). Also, you steal the piggy, because you want to take it home. But you feel bad that the chicken is all alone, so you make it hatch a dozen butterfly eggs, grow the butterflies up, and swarm the sky with them.
As a final FU to the street that you obviously hate, you throw random litter all over the ground and set off Sneezing Powder, making everyone on the street attempting to stop your madness burst into uncontrollable sneezes every few seconds.
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