Zynga Inc (NASDAQ:ZNGA) has been struggling to stay relevant in the ever-changing market of social media gaming, but there is still some good news for the company.

Farmville 2

Zynga Inc (NASDAQ:ZNGA) recently shared an infographic on their official blog which displays interesting facts about their most popular game, Farmville 2.  This particular game has over 40 million players each month, and over 8 million players a day. There are 30 million people who visit each other every day and 350 million crops harvested daily.  What’s even more interesting is just how Farmville 2 players are generous: 17,876 people supplied lifetime access to water through the Water.org campaign.

Another fascinating statistic about Farmville 2 shows that it’s played in over 180 countries including Turkey and Tuvalu. It’s also available in sixteen languages. There are also seven Farmville 2 players in the Vatican, one of which could be Pope Benedict XVI.

In the virtual world of Farmville 2, there are 4,000 players using water every second, and over 8,000 crops planted every second.

This infographic proves that Zynga Inc (NASDAQ:ZNGA) is still going strong, despite last year’s poor performance. A recent report from AppStats confirms that in 2012,  Zynga lost over 19 million daily active users, a significant number which was spread out over seven of their games. As a result, they shuttered eleven of their games including Petville, Mafia Wars 2, Fishville, Vampire Wars, Treasure Isle, Indiana Jones Adventure World, Montopia, World Scramble Challenge, Mafia Wars Shakedown, and Mojitimo. Last year, the company’s stocks also took a large tumble down to just a few dollars. They also lost some of their executives and let go of over 100 employees.

Despite the significant cutback, Zynga Inc (NASDAQ:ZNGA) still has a wide range of games (including Farmville 2) on their official website as well as social media websites like Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB). iPhone and Android users can also download popular Zynga game applications from their respective app stores.