Game developer Zynga has raised over $1 million for Haiti relief efforts through special virtual products available through their Farmville and Mafia Wars games. These funds are being donated to the UN World Food Programme to help bring critical food and water supplies to Haiti.
Special virtual products, such as white corn for Farmville and Haitian drums in Mafia Wars, are available.
"The devastation in Haiti is unimaginable, and anything we or our users can do is tiny compared to the utter loss for this nation," said Mark Pincus, Zynga's CEO.
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