King’s candy Crush was the most addictive game this year, yet it’s not Facebook’s game of the year. Rather, the social network hand-picked Criminal Case, a concealed object game from Pretty Simple, as its 2013 top pick.
Facebook distributed its 2013 games of the year record on Monday. The agenda talks about the editorial accumulation of titles which were picked dependent upon an assortment of components, incorporating player evaluations, quality, month to month and every day dynamic clients, business triumph, and Facebook’s estimations on development and imagination.
“The game maintains the highest possible player evaluations for quality,” Dan Morris, head of North American games association for the social network, told CNET of Criminal Case. “It’s the trademark of a top quality games… furthermore, succeeded in imagining a truly new experience on the stage.”
Though not in the same group as Candy Crush (yet), Criminal Case has 100 million month to month dynamic users, a number that was for all intents and purpose unfathomable at the start of 2013. “Pretty Simple came up like a bat out of hell,” Morris said, including that the French non mainstream studio went from a blip on the radar to a greatly paramount game organization in the compass of 12 months.