Eva Studio has released its newest puzzle game on Facebook, bringing holiday cheer to players on the platform. The game is called simply “Merry Christmas,” and it asks players to complete match-three levels alongside Santa Claus. The game offers traditional match-three mechanics, as players swap the locations of two symbols to create a line of three or more matching symbols in a row.
Arkadium’s Bubble Boo has launched in beta on Facebook, challenging players to pop the bubbles surrounding critters called “Boos,” to free them before running out of shots. Each level has a different arrangement of bubbles to clear, and different kinds of Boos to free (usually) across multiple waves. These Boos have special abilities, including those that make levels more challenging, so gamers must free Boos as quickly as they can before things get out of hand.
Mobile game developer Dots has announced the launch of TwoDots on Facebook. The game was released on iOS devices in the Summer of 2014, and has been played by over 20 million people worldwide. In TwoDots, players complete puzzle levels by drawing lines to connect two or more colored dots in a row. With this Facebook release, players who have connected their mobile experience to their Facebook account can carry their progress across devices.
Sweet Smash Story company Renatus Media has announced the release of its newest game on Facebook: Bubble Milk Hero. While storylines in match-three or bubble-shooting games aren’t typically the main attraction, the story here is a doozy. The game follows Supercat and his hamster sidekicks on a quest to save Earth from the alien invaders who landed in a small country house. The kicker? Only milk from space cows can help Supercat fulfill his destiny.
Games publisher 6waves has launched another match-three title on Facebook: Dogs vs Cats. The title follows our furry friends on an adventure, as players complete stages by swapping the locations of yarn balls to create matches of three or more matching yarn balls horizontally or vertically. Each level has its own board layout and goal, with multiple kinds of levels being available for play.
While match-three games might be the current go-to genre for Facebook game developers, Sleepy Wings company RoyalCactus has shown its love for the bubble shooter with the release of Froggle on the platform. In Froggle, players help a frog named Froggy free his tadpoles from bubble formations at the top of the screen. In each level, players shoot colored bubbles at existing groups of orbs to form groups of at least three matching bubbles. This pops them and removes them from the screen, while also rewarding players with points.
Renatus Media has announced the launch of its newest Facebook puzzle game, Sweet Smash Story. Inspired by a real-life relationship between a little boy and his dog named Toy, the game is the fulfillment of a son’s wish to play a game that contained his dog, allowing him to play with Toy even when the real pet wasn’t around. In each level of Sweet Smash Story, which was developed by Playcream, players click on groups of two or more touching, matching squares on the board to clear them in order to meet level-specific objectives.
RoyalCactus has a new puzzle game available for Facebook gamers: Sleepy Wings. The game sees users completing levels by dragging their mouse on top of colorful, sleeping birds in order to wake them up and remove them from the screen. Each level has its own board layout and completion requirements, which become more complicated as players progress.
6waves’ Sundae Smash is now available to play on Facebook. The level-based puzzle game sees players following a young girl named Eva on a journey through Planet Sundae, with her friends Collin and Douglas, in an effort to find a rocket ship that can send her home. Players complete levels by swapping the locations of ice cream sundaes to create matches of three or more like-symbols in a row.
After announcing the game at Casual Connect in July 2014, RealNetworks’ GameHouse division has announced the official launch of Slingo Adventure on Facebook. RealNetworks acquired the Slingo brand last year, and GameHouse has been hard at work ever since, creating a game that combines bingo and slot machines in a new way to attract both existing franchise fans and completely new players.
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