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Nevosoft is a casual game developer, publisher, distributor, and portal headquartered in St. Petersburg, Russia. Nevosoft was founded in 2002 and become famous for its high quality games which are well known worldwide. The company has three development studios situated in St. Petersburg and Moscow. Nevosoft makes it games available in Russian and English via its official websites.[1][2]

Nevosoft has developed numerous hit games like My Kingdom for the Princess, Mushroom Age, Mysteryville 1 & 2, Christmasville, and Supercow. Nevosoft’s titles are distributed in a try before you buy format. They can be played for free for the first 60-minutes, with the full version available for a fee.

Game Development

Nevosoft has developed more than 25 games.[3] Most of the games have been localized into more than 10 languages including English, German, French, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, etc. Many of them became hits, by receiving high ratings on the leading North American and European casual games portals, like as Big Fish Games, GameHouse (formerly RealArcade), iWin, MSN, Oberon Media, Reflexive Entertainment, Yahoo! Games, and many others.

Game Distribution

The official website is a Russian portal devoted to casual games with three new titles released each week. Nevosoft also has a broad partner network called GameBoss,[4] which enables other Websites to sell games from Nevosoft’s catalog and take commission for each game sold.[5] The network has been in place since 2007. It was the first open partner network for game distributors in Russia with free registration. Nevosoft maintains an English distribution page as a means to distribute its English catalog directly to the company's fans.


Nevosoft was one of the first developers that used character dialogues to create a plot that linked mini-games and the mechanics of locating hidden objects on the screen. Mysteryville, released in 2006, was one of the first hidden object casual games to utilize an engaging plot and appealing characters. Mysteryville remained in RealArcade’s Top 10 of for 153 days.[6] RealArcade at the time was the world's largest distribution portal for casual games.

In 2006 Nevosoft started selling its content via SMS payments. As of 2009 more than 90% of casual game purchases in Russia are made with the help of SMS payment.[7][8]

In 2007 Nevosoft launched Game Boss, the first open partner network for game distributors in Russian with free registration and provides Nevosoft with a broad distribution network.

On February 1, 2010 Nevosoft started 24/7 technical support, thus providing the most extensive customer support in Russian in the casual game industry. User questions can now be answered at a convenient time for the customer, regardless of where in the world they are located. To ensure faster and more effective around the clock service, the company launched a Technical Support Department, equipped with programs developed by Nevosoft.[9]

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