It is no secret that King has entered a unique partnership with Microsoft. In the last few months, we have seen Candy Crush Saga, Soda Soga, Jelly Saga and Papa Pear Saga arrive as universal apps for Windows 10.
Today, we can add one more to that roster with the release of Paradise Bay for Windows 10 and Mobile. What's neat about this release is this is not yet another puzzle game but instead focuses on trading and island building. Paradise Bay has been compared to Zynga's CastleVille Legends and Farmville as it involves some grinding and structure building to get ahead.
Originally released just over a year ago for iOS the game is now available for those on phone or PC and tablet.
Game features include:
- Create and customize your perfect paradise
- Explore and expand your island to unlock its secrets
- Collect long-lost map pieces to discover new areas of the world
- Discover and nurture the island's animals
- Harvest raw resources and craft valuable goods
- Trade with islanders, merchant ships, and friends
- Buy and sell valuables in the bustling marketplace
- Dive deep and uncover treasures lost at sea
Like all of King's games Paradise Bay is available for free but there are the usual (and optional) in-app purchases to jump ahead in riches.
Check out the video trailer above or just download it and let us know what you think! Paradise Bay is available for PC and Phone.
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