London, UK – November 26, 2013 – Fresh off the success of their first game, Super Penguins, the gaming veterans at Supersolid today announced the launch of Adventure Town for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

Fully localized into 12 languages, Adventure Town mixes RPG elements with city building and resource management mechanics to create a highly original mobile game, with which Supersolid aims to engage new audiences. Players are tasked with rebuilding a destroyed town and attracting heroes, which can be fully customized and strengthened, to defeat menacing monsters. Quests, a bounty board system, and progressively greater monsters and dungeons provide players with continuous challenges and rewards. Seasonal themes also ensure players have exciting new content to look forward to all year round.

“Adventure Town has been designed to be widely appealing to casual gamers on smartphones and tablets,” said Kenneth Fejer, co-founder and Creative Director. “But at the same time, it offers depth of content to keep players engaged for the long-term.”

“We hope the quality, style and variety of the art and animation makes Adventure Town a real delight to play, and a fresh experience for mobile gamers,” said co-founder Michelle Chuang.

With Adventure Town, Supersolid has decided to make a completely different game to its first hit, Super Penguins, which has over nine million downloads to-date and continues to be popular.

The Adventure Town App is available for free from the App Store on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch or at

Supersolid is a mobile games studio based in London, UK. Supersolid is a team of highly experienced mobile and social games veterans with backgrounds in EA, Playfish, Glu and Macrospace. Together, its team members have made over 70 titles prior to Supersolid, including award-winning hits such as the Ancient Empires series, Pet Society, Restaurant City and The Sims Social. Supersolid’s first game, Super Penguins, is now available on Android, iOS, Kindle and Kakao. Its second game, Adventure Town launched globally in November 2013.


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