Melesta Games

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Melesta Games
Private
IndustryComputer software
Casual games
Founded2008
HeadquartersBelarus
Number of employees
90+ (2013)
Websitewww.melesta-games.com

Melesta Games is a casual games developer. The company was founded in 2008. Nowadays it develops games across multiple platforms like PC, iOS, Android, Windows phone, Mac, social, video game consoles, etc. Company's product portfolio includes more than 20 games,that have been localized into 20+ languages and are available in 60 countries worldwide.

Farm Frenzy Series[edit]

In 2008, the first project by Melesta Games was released— Farm Frenzy, which grew into a franchise that is still very popular. Farm Frenzy is a time-management game in which the player manages his or her own farm. Farm Frenzy was voted Best Casual Game of 2008 by a panel of professional judges at the Game Developers Conference of the same year.[1] It was also named Best Family Software Product of 2008 (by Disney Media) and awarded the iParenting Media Award.[2]

Over 10 games with the Farm Frenzy brand have been developed and ported to popular platforms such as iOS, Android, Mac OS, Nintendo consoles, and Windows Phone. These games include Farm Frenzy, Farm Frenzy 2, Farm Frenzy: Pizza Party, Farm Frenzy 3, Farm Frenzy 3: Madagascar, Farm Frenzy 3: Russian Roulette, Farm Frenzy 3: Ice Age, Farm Frenzy 3: American Pie, Farm Frenzy: Ancient Rome, Farm Frenzy: Gone Fishing, and Farm Frenzy: Viking Heroes.

  • Crop Busters is a match-3 game set on a farm that features the same main character, Scarlett, as all previous Farm Frenzy games.

Other Games[edit]

  • Dream Farm is a casual multiplayer farming simulator.
  • Green City is a casual City-building game in which the player builds his or her own eco-friendly city.[3]
  • Green City 2 is the second part of popular eco-friendly city-builder Green City. The game is about to reach ecological balance in neighboring towns.[4]
  • Island Realms is a casual business simulator for PC in which the player builds mills and quarries, conducts trading operations, and purchases upgrades to help a group of settlers make ends meet.[5]
  • Jo's Dream: Organic Coffee[6] is a time-management game in which the player takes on the role of the owner of a new coffee shop who attempts to restore it and make it a 5-star coffee shop by completing a list of tasks. Jo's Dream: Organic Coffee was named Best Time-Management Game of 2012 by both Nevosoft and AllAboutCasualGame.com.[7][8]
  • Monster Mutiny is a browser-based MMORPG in which all units are monsters.
  • Rolling Idols is a match-3 casual game in an ancient Mayan setting in which the player collects 6 idols symbolizing various elements.
  • Rolling Idols: Lost City is a new version of match-3 game Rolling Idols without time pressure and in HD quality.[9]
  • Space Roadkill is a new zombie crusher developed jointly with DiscSoft Ltd.[10]
  • Spooky Mall is a time-management game in which the player manages his or her own midnight mall for ghosts.[11]
  • Snow Globe: Farm World is a time-management game in which the player manages farms on various planets.[12]
  • Toy Defense[13] is a game in the tower defense genre set in World War I in which all units and enemies are toy soldiers. There are PC, iOS, Android, social, Free-2-Play, and Nintendo 3DS versions of the game.[14] Toy Defense was named Best Strategy Game of 2012 by AllAboutCasualGame.com[15]
  • Toy Defense 2 is a sequel to the first tower defense genre game of Melesta Games. New game is set in WW2. Each world in the game is devoted to the most famous operations of WW2, Battle of Stalingrad, Overlord and Crusader.[16]
  • Toy Monsters is a casual MMO RPG on Adobe Air platform, that means users can play it anytime and anywhere on any device.[17]
  • Virtual Farm and Virtual Farm 2 are time-management games for PC set on a farm in which the player selects crops, tills the soil, waters fields, collects the harvest, and takes goods to market.
  • Zuba is a casual arcade or “endless rolling” game in which the player helps a comical character named Zuba hunt for candies and sweets.[18]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Game Developers Conference Awards 2008" (in Russian). Archived from the original on 2013-03-18.
  2. ^ "Farm Frenzy to get iParenting Media Award".
  3. ^ "Green City preview by Gamezebo".
  4. ^ "Green City 2 on BigFishGames.com with a user's review".
  5. ^ "Islands Realms review by Gamezebo".
  6. ^ "Jo's Dream—Organic Coffee review by AllAboutCasualGames".
  7. ^ "The Best Games of 2012 by AllAboutCasualGame.com". Archived from the original on 2013-03-18.
  8. ^ "The best games of 2012 by Nevosoft" (in Russian). Archived from the original on 2013-03-18.
  9. ^ "Toy Monsters page on GameZebo.com". Archived from the original on 2013-05-24.
  10. ^ "press-release about the launch of the game on appcraver.com".
  11. ^ "Spooky Mall review by Gamezebo".
  12. ^ "Snow Globe—Farm World review by AllAboutCasualGames.com".
  13. ^ "Toy Defense review by Kamiqaze".
  14. ^ ". About the free-to-play version of Toy Defense".
  15. ^ "The Best Games of 2012 by AllAboutCasualGame.com". Archived from the original on 2013-03-18.
  16. ^ "review for Toy Defense 2 on www.pocketgamer.co.uk".
  17. ^ "Toy Monsters page on GameZebo.com". Archived from the original on 2013-05-24.
  18. ^ "Zuba review by 148 apps".

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