Rebellion Entertainment launched Evil Genius Online on Facebook in December 2013, and since then, thousands of players have rushed to control their own underground lairs, taking control of an army of minions and completing quests in an attempt to take over the world. Over the past two weeks, the game has been featured in Facebook’s App Center, and Rebellion has made changes to improve its product.
Ouat Entertainment’s Voyage to Fantasy takes players to a land of legends and fairytales on Facebook, and challenges them to fight the black holes threatening the world. Players complete hidden object scenes in a level-based format, earning stars and points for each scene they complete.
Hidden object fans have a new option on Facebook, as Psychic Clues is growing in popularity on the platform. The game challenges players to solve a series of crimes using psychic abilities, completing both hidden object scenes and mini-games to make progress.
How well do you remember the 90’s? That’s the question posed by RLG’s Guess the 90’s on Facebook, as players are shown images of popular bands, clothing items, toys and other items from the 1990’s, and are asked to identify them.
Zombie Island developer Vizor Interactive has announced the launch of its newest Facebook game, Klondike: The Lost Expedition. The game takes players to the Snow Peaks Valley in search of our hero’s father, a lost gold-digger. Using clues from the locals, players will investigate their father’s disappearance, while also building a new life for themselves on the frontier.
In celebration of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, Facebook gamers can now play Team USA’s Pinsanity, collecting pins for their virtual collection by answering trivia questions, making trades, and spinning a daily wheel for prizes. The app works to educate players about the US Olympians, celebrating their medal wins and more.
6waves’ new match-three puzzle game Fish Epic is off to a great start on Facebook, climbing to over 500,000 monthly active users (MAU) since it launched last December. The game challenges players to complete levels by making matches with colorful fish to finish tasks, like collecting a certain number of fish in a single stage.
Melesta Games’ MMORPG Toy Monsters has been available on Facebook since April of 2013, but the game is just now starting to really take off, sitting at almost 90,000 monthly active players (MAU), according to our app tracking service AppData. While that figure isn’t groundbreaking, it’s a huge increase from just a few days ago, when the game was struggling to reach 20,000 MAU.
HitPoint’s Fablewood aims to take Facebook players to a magical world of make-believe and fairytales, as gamers must find hidden objects that have “corrupted” traditional scenes from fables like Alice in Wonderland or Little Red Riding Hood. The game is growing quickly on Facebook, sitting at over 126,000 monthly active users (MAU), according to our app tracking service AppData. That’s up from just 39,000 MAU on January 4.
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