Legacy Games Speaks Positively of Its Game’s Performance on Stadia

Developer and publisher Legacy Games has a great line-up of hidden object games. Earlier this year, they released two of their most recent entries on Stadia, straight to Stadia Pro. Adam Wolfe launched first on March 1st, bringing the hidden-object genre to Stadia players. You can still claim the game with Stadia Pro or play it for free without the need of a Stadia account. A month later, City Legends – The Curse of the Crimson Shadow CE launched on Stadia. And, again, it went straight to Stadia Pro. You can still claim it or enjoy for free thanks to Stadia’s Trials.

Fast-forward a couple of months, and now it has come to our attention, thanks to our great friend Jon Scarr and DeathAlive, that Legacy Games are happy with their games’ reception by Stadia players. You can see their whole comment in the LinkedIn post below:

Earlier this year, we covered some data regarding Hundred Days – Winemaking Simulator, another title that released on Stadia Pro. The game performed quite well on Stadia, reaching the 25% of total revenue. This surprised Broken Arms Games, the developer, who encouraged other independent developers to release their games to Stadia.

It is clear that, for the most part, Stadia can help small developers recover development costs. And, reach a new player base, just like Legacy Games did. Nonetheless, it is also great to see that more AAA developers and publishers are also gauging interest on the platform.

Kudos to @dethalive and @4Scarrs_Gaming for getting this news out to the community on Discord and Twitter.



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