Everdale Supercell’s latest simulation game released recently and is currently undergoing a beta phase. But Supercell released the game last year with the name Valleys & Villages, published by Osmium Interactive Pvt. Ltd. Many games get scrapped during the soft launch by failing to grab traction. Everdale was released under a different developer and a different name; so that Supercell can monitor the impact it could raise.
Everdale was previously released under a different name for Valleys & Villages
Everdale was released last year under a different name by a different developer. Everdale was released under the name Valleys & Villages by Osmium Interactive Pvt. Ltd. The game was available both on Google Play and App Store. The website of Osmium Interactive Pvt. Ltd. still remains live and showcases just one game, which is Valleys & Villages.
Giant game developers, before releasing any new game worldwide, test it on a small region to confirm the impression it makes on the community. So, to gather feedback and reactions from gamers and the rate of acceptance among players, these companies often try several strategic moves to check the performance of their new game.
The strategy has worked for these huge developer companies especially the likes of Supercell, which is involved behind titles like Clash of Clans, Clash Royale. Supercell’s Everdale, latest release which is similar to Hay Day, was released just two days ago.
The game features a different focus because it doesn’t have any type of clash or battles to fight. Rather, it’s got a calmer world-creating-style gameplay for players. The game offers up to nine players to create a Valley Guild that helps all of the guild members to join. Sharing resources, building, and trading is the world of Everdale.
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