June is here and we are looking forward to a productive summer that will bring more improvements in our games, new puzzle packs and, most likely, new games to enjoy while you survive the heat wave. We were pleased to see that Jigsaw Puzzle Nature has been very well received by our fans. We’ve sent out the Dew puzzle packs to 5 of our players who downloaded and reviewed the game in the Microsoft Store. It looks like we have a lot of nature lovers among our players, so we plan to continue the Giveaway Newsletter campaign from Jigsaw Puzzle Nature this month too.
Now let’s look at the changes we have been working on this month, and what new surprises you should be looking forward to in the coming month.
We are glad to see that Knowledge Quiz started to gain momentum since we have made all the packs free this year. You have now the opportunity to choose from a variety of topics, spreading from geography, literature to traffic signs and entertainment, and answer a 7 questions’ set in each round as you move on to more difficult levels. In the new version of Knowledge Quiz, we have extended the number of topics and looked at ways to help you improve your learning as you play. Here are the changes that you are going to see in the new version of Knowledge Quiz:
We like the way puzzles challenge us to solve problems and the feeling of accomplishment we get when we match the final piece of the puzzle. Solving jigsaw puzzles is a fun and relaxing past time. However, few of us are aware that puzzles can prevent mental illnesses and boosts our brain activity.
Doing puzzles is an extremely satisfying activity that helps us unwind. Luckily, working on a puzzle can also have amazing benefits to your brain. Below we listed 5 ways jigsaw puzzles help your brain stay in shape.
As spring approaches, we decided to do some cleaning in our puzzle games. Some dusty, old jigsaw puzzles got replaced with higher resolution pictures, while the Starter Pack has undergone a complete makeover.
When we started working on Frenzy Games, over 6 years ago, Facebook had just crossed the 1 billion users mark. Aside from having a blog, a Facebook Page was at that time a good way to gather a community of people that want to stay up to date with our game. Over time, as we build more games, we added a Facebook page for each of the game.
We have had an eventful week with lots of work being done to improve our games. We have focused on enhancing our players’ game experience and enabling loyal players to earn and spend their rewards across all our games.
With a few hours left until the turn of the year, it’s a good time to summarise how 2018 has looked like for our players, and what milestones we have achieved in our games.
A few days ago, we rounded up all the data to see how big of an impact our game improvements had on our players experience. By introducing our subscription plans, our focus this year has been to build high value for our players. Continue reading →