Undersea Solitaire Tripeaks is the latest casual adventure mobile game by Plarium. It mixes the popular and classic Solitaire Tripeaks with a story-driven metagame that includes item collection and town-designing features. It’s also one of the first games in the market that fuses Solitaire with a narrative-driven adventure. This makes it worth checking!
Undersea Solitaire Tripeaks has launched today!
Plarium is a leading developer of mobile, social, and web-based games with more than 290 million players around the world. In a press release sent to Mobidictum, the company called Undersea Solitaire Tripeaks as “the latest genre-defining casual adventure title”. Furthermore, the game takes place in the typically idyllic undersea town of Rocky Bottom which has been blown to pieces by a nasty whirlpool. Players will help Alferd the Crab and his friends to rebuild and grow the town. To do that, they need to earn gems through their solitaire skills. During the journey, players will uncover ancient artifacts, host fashion shows, welcome new residents, solve crimes, and much more.
Oleg Yakovlev, game producer at Plarium said the following in a press release sent to Mobidictum:
Plarium has been developing narrative-driven games in the strategy and RPG genres for many years, and we see a strong demand from our casual audiences for the same type of experience. This is why we focused on building the first game to blend Solitaire mechanics, a narrative-driven metagame, and town customization gameplay to give players a new challenge unlike anything they have seen before in this genre!
The game has more than 2000 levels!
That’s right, Undersea Solitaire Tripeaks has more than 2000 intricately designed levels and features more than thirty animated 3D characters. Also, it has over 600 story quests and thousands of town customization options so players can rebuild the city in the way they want. The game is available now for players worldwide in different languages including French, German, Japanese, Russian, Turkish, Chinese, and more. You can download it on the App Store for iOS or on Google Play for Android.