Supercell announces the beta for Everdale, a peaceful building game based on cooperation and friendship

Supercell announces the beta for Everdale, a peaceful building game based on cooperation and friendship. Supercell games
Supercell announces the beta for Everdale, a peaceful building game based on cooperation and friendship. Supercell games

Supercell announces the beta for Everdale, a peaceful building game based on cooperation and friendship. Supercell announces the beta for Everdale, this will be a new addition to the Supercell games. Everdale is a peaceful building game based on cooperation and friendship. Begin by harvesting and selling resources, and building out your Village, and trading for the best goods around… but that’s just the beginning! Let’s know about the game.

Supercell announces the beta for Everdale: Your Village is actually part of a larger Valley, where you and nine other players work together to build a big, wondrous utopia! In the Valley, you’ll meet an eclectic cast of characters, make handcrafted goods, and trade with merchants from far-off lands. More still, you can jump into local adventures, and level up your villagers at esteemed Valley Guilds.

The beating heart of Everdale is its unique, peaceful team gameplay. Perfecting that was a big challenge, so we developed Everdale in a different way than other Supercell games. Early on, Supercell realized we needed the experience of many real players to truly understand how team play really works. At the same time, developers felt the game in its early state wasn’t meeting the high-quality bar that we set for all Supercell games.

Following some discussions, Supercell decided to launch Everdale under a so-called white-label brand. That way, we could learn from a limited number of real players, study unique social and team-play trends, and craft a truly wonderful experience for everyone to enjoy. So, in the autumn of 2020, we published an early alpha version of Everdale under a different name: Valleys & Villages from “Osmium Interactive.” During the alpha period, we were continually surprised and delighted by what we learned and what worked for players. And also about what didn’t work and needed to be changed.

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