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Deconstructing Robin Hood Legends, with developer commentary

A year ago, Robin Hood Legends was released on Android and iOS. The title was developed by Neskinsoft (Belarus) and published by Big Fish. It’s a free-to-play puzzle game combining classic match-3 gameplay with the Triple Town mechanic.

Why did the game catch our eye?

First, it doesn’t happen very often that a free-to-play project from a CIS-based developer is published by Big Fish for mobile devices. The best-known deal was made with the creators of Gummy Drop. 

Game Development

Deconstruction of Fishdom

Fishdom as the title is not a couple of months old as you may infer looking at the official release dates of Fishdom: Deep Dive on App Store and Google Play (December 2015 and February 2016, respectively). The first game under this title was released in 2008. Since then the World witnessed the release of at least eight projects with the similar name on PC alone with only three numbered parts among them. The mobile Deep Dive is a free-to-play adaptation of the latest title – Fishdom 3,