Playrix

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Playrix
TypePrivate
IndustryCasual Games
FoundedVologda, Russia (2004 (2004))
ProductsPlayrix Games
Employees100+ (2010)
Websitewww.playrix.com
 
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Playrix
TypePrivate
IndustryCasual Games
FoundedVologda, Russia (2004 (2004))
ProductsPlayrix Games
Employees100+ (2010)
Websitewww.playrix.com

Playrix is a casual games developer and publisher headquartered in Vologda, Russia. Founded in 2004, it currently employs over 100 people.

Playrix's games are available on multiple platforms, including PC, Mac, Nintendo DS/Wii, iPhone, iPad and other consoles/handhelds. The company is currently focused on games for mobile devices (namely, iPhone/iPod touch, iPad and Android) and downloadable games for PC and Mac. Playrix offers premium downloadable games via its official web site.[1]

Playrix is successfully cooperating with the largest casual games portals including Big Fish Games, Yahoo!, MSN, RealNetworks, AOL, iWin, Oberon, etc.

Games[edit]

Main article: List of Playrix games

Township[edit]

Township, a unique blend of city-building and farming experience, offers players to share their vision of a perfect place to live in and build their dream. Launched on iOS in October 2013 [2] the game is now available for Android, Kindle Fire and Mac as well.

4 Elements[edit]

In 4 Elements players need to bring back the elements of Earth, Fire, Air and Water, and save the kingdom by restoring four ancient books of magic.

Fishdom[edit]

Fishdom, a combination of Match-3 and Sim, gives players a chance to build up their own dream aquarium and fill it with fish and ornaments.

Fishdom H2O: Hidden Odyssey[edit]

Fishdom H2O: Hidden Odyssey, a combination of hidden object and Sim, takes players to the bottom of the sea to collect numerous hidden items to earn cash and build up aquariums of their own design.

Around the World in 80 Days[edit]

Around the World in 80 Days, a Match-3 puzzler, inspired by Jules Verne’s classic novel, takes players on a journey around the four continents following the book’s storyline.

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