The layered cartoonized trees at the top of the picture are supposed to be durian trees. Durian is Durio zibethanus, which is commonly grown in Mindanao and is an argued native of the Philippines. From what i heard is that biologists claim to have seen really ancient trees of durian growing in the Mindanao and Palawan forests.
This tree with a lot of stilted roots is called a banyan tree. Banyan is Ficus benghalensis from India but is closely related to a lot of strangler figs or members of the genus Ficus in the Philippines, including balete (Ficus philippinensis), salisi (Ficus benjamina) and dalakit (Ficus concinna). They bring out aerial roots which eventually become secondary trunks.
The lobed-leaved trees are bread trees (Artocarpus altilis) of 'Mutiny on the Bounty' fame. They are related to your common jackfruit or langka (Artocarpus heterophyllus) and the native antipolo (Artocarpus blancoi). The bread fruit now grows a plenty in the provinces and mixed with some local ingredients in Filipino cuisine. It is called kamansi, dalungyan or rimas in Luzon.
There are a few more familiar trees ttat could be cultivated in Farmville. But the bigger part are trees usually common in international fruit trade, thus more popular produce in bigger developed countries ( like apples, pears, avocados, apricots etc.) - trees which most Filipinos could not grow in their own backyards. But they sure make one heck of a virtual orchard, a fruiting dream plantation. I will certainly miss my Farmville farm. But I love having more time doing more productive stuff. I am better off saying goodbye to virtual farming. Sayonara, Farmville!