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A Big Anniversary for Legacy Games – 25 Years!

A 25th anniversary feels like an achievement for any small business, and doubly so if you make and sell video games. As we all know, it’s a volatile business, where distribution channels, hardware platforms, consumer tastes, even business models can change seemingly overnight. Zigging and zagging through more than two decades is daunting, even more so if you are a woman-led business making and selling games.

My career path has closely followed the evolution of Legacy. Except for an exciting 3-year stint as President of HitPoint Games from 2017-2020, I have been Legacy’s CEO since its founding in 1998. I doubt that I would have remained as CEO over those 25 years if I didn’t love games and enjoy all the myriad creative and business challenges.

Legacy’s 25 years in business can be divided into three phases.

1998-2005 – Developer and publisher of simulation games for all ages, e.g., Emergency Room, Zoo Vet, Pet Pals, Moon Tycoon, etc.

2005-2016 – Developer and publisher of licensed PC games with a definite tilt towards women customers, e.g., Law & Order 1, 2, 3, Law & Order Criminal Intent, ER, Criminal Minds, Paranormal State, Ghost Whisperer, Psych, Twilight Zone, Doctor Who, Crayola 1, 2, 3, 4, etc.

2016-2020 – The dominant distributor of casual PC games in Walmart stores

Since returning to the helm of Legacy in 2020, I have focused on building new revenue sources to replace retail, which is declining rapidly (no surprise there). Besides building digital distribution revenue on, and porting some of the best hidden object games to console, we are in the process of developing a few new cross-platform games with Hollywood licenses. The challenges are never ending, but so are the opportunities.

It’s hard to summarize 25 years in business, but here are a few learnings hopefully worth sharing.

  • Protect your reputation. The casual game audience on PC is relatively small. A bad reputation will matter, and bite you in the rear when you least expect it. This applies equally to individuals as well as companies. We spend a lot of time at Legacy responding to customers, honoring our “satisfaction guaranteed” policy on every purchase. We know that some folks take advantage, and many of our older customers require lots of hand-holding, but it’s part of our DNA to provide the best service we can.
  • You become like the people with whom you spend the most time, so choose your friends, colleagues, employees with care. Hang with those who are smarter and kinder than you are. Surround yourself with people of good character who have unique and interesting perspectives, with different life experiences than your own. It makes the journey all the more fun.
  • At my age it’s safe to say that almost everyone else lives downstream. Consequently, what I do and say matters, to my employees, family, friends. I try to model behaviors that I think lead to happy, fulfilling, productive lives. It doesn’t always work, but it’s the only thing that ever has.
  • Will Rogers said it best. “If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging.” My biggest mistakes at Legacy were not understanding when to persevere and when to “stop digging.” There’s no easy answer. When is a project doomed to failure, and when is the D1 retention number you need “just around the corner,” with a few more tweaks? All you can do is continually ask the question, and let your intuition and data direct your decision.
  • Accept uncertainty. As Mark Twain said, “Worrying is like paying a debt you don’t owe.” There was a time, about ten years ago, when Legacy could develop a hidden object game based on a TV license and were practically guaranteed to be profitable. Those days are long gone. The vast majority of games on Steam and the app stores have little traffic and less revenue. There are, of course, actions you can take to minimize the risk of becoming a “zombie” app, but there are no guarantees in this business, and I have been surprised many times when a game performs better than I anticipated (Murder, She Wrote) or worse (League of Mermaids). Learn to live with uncertainty and try to calibrate your investment to the potential risk and upside.
  • Your best work is done at home, and the fruits of your labor are measured in joy. As a woman in a male-dominated business, I spent years pretending to my colleagues that I didn’t have another life that was more important than the one spent in front of a screen. I’m glad to see that most young parents today are front and center with their family’s needs; they don’t hesitate to ask for time off or alternate arrangements so they can attend a school function, soccer game, etc. I am grateful that I and my colleagues enjoy flexible hours, and wish that everyone could have the same ability to work hard but not necessarily 9-5. When people are on their deathbeds and listing regrets, notice how no one says, “if only I had signed that contract.” They regret not spending time with their family. Don’t be that person.

    Saving the best for last. I want to call out a few of the incredible people I have had the pleasure to learn from and work with in the past 25 years. What a treat, to see so many young people graduate from Legacy Games and go on to illustrious careers in gaming. I am particularly proud of the young women I have been able to mentor and who, in turn, have taught me invaluable lessons about game design, UI/UX, trends, etc. Just to mention a few of my very special colleagues…..Amanda Leiserowitz, Magne Booc, Kelly Lallemand, Ting Ting Chang, Constantine Mershchiy, Paul Hake, Patrick Lee, Jesus Uriarte, Charlie Duldulao, Nick Marchesini, Jonathan Cooperson, Jo-Ann Hernandez, Mike Donges, Chrissy Deters, Danielle Green, Stephen Hodniki, Jamar Graham, Ryan Modjeski, Andrew Duncan, Craig Brannon, Matteo Marjoram, David Fischer, Kira Ross Schlitt, Terence Wang, Margaret Wallace, Donald Marshall, Andras Albel and the list goes on and on. To all of you, I am deeply grateful to have shared the journey.

    Let’s raise a glass to Legacy’s next 25 years! May it be as fun and rewarding as the first 25.

Sellling on Amazon is NOT FOR WIMPS!

Legacy has been selling casual games on Amazon for a little more than a year.

We sell more than 80 game packs in DVD cases with digital codes. Old school, I know, but you might be surprised to learn how many collectors still like physical product!

About 50% of Amazon customers ultimately come to the Legacy Games website, sign up for an account, and download digital versions of the games, especially if they no longer have a working disc drive or if the game is so large it can’t fit on a disc.

When we launched the business on Amazon back in March 2022, we weren’t sure if this new distribution channel would be successful or not. We knew there were plenty of resellers on Amazon hawking old discs of ours that they bought at Walmart, but we didn’t know if the casual PC games business on Amazon could scale. Plus, we had to learn how to profitably manufacture and ship one unit at a time to customers, rather than mass produce 20,000 units and ship to Walmart, the historical mainstay of our business.

Despite many challenges, our sales on Amazon have grown to $10,000 to $15,000/month in the past six months. (Seasonality plays a big role in sales, with Christmas being huge.)

Currently, you can find 80+ different game packs in Legacy’s Amazon store. The games cover every major category of PC casual games, although the best sellers are almost always hidden object bundles of 5, 10, or 15 games packaged together.

What makes Amazon so challenging?

Legacy has been selling physical products to Walmart for all of its 25-year history so retail is not new territory for us, but Amazon is a different beast. It’s a distribution business, like any other, which means it comes down to operations, costs, and having the right product.

Selling to Amazon involves some of the same types of costs as Walmart, except Amazon has assumed both the role of distributor and retailer; hence they get a bigger piece of the pie. In addition, there are significant automatic penalties on Amazon if you don’t manage your inventory and operations. You are fined for having too much product, penalized in your vendor rating if you don’t ship inventory quickly enough, and lose sales if you run out of inventory… all of which has happened to Legacy when selling on Amazon.

Marketing costs are the real challenge, however.

Legacy spends very little on marketing when it sells games at Walmart. We’re basically marketing to people with our packaging as they walk by the shelf. But marketing on Amazon is another story entirely. It’s complicated, layered, and incredibly easy to overspend and lose money. If you don’t know what TACOS is, and keep it below 10%, you’re in trouble.

Amazon marketing involves many of the same tricks as Google search ads or user acquisition for mobile games. Optimizing your price, copy, and product pages with “A+ content” and key words, using a variety of different advertising vehicles such as sponsored brands and video, retargeting customers, and much more. Not surprisingly, advertising is a huge profit center for Amazon. In 2022, Amazon reported $37.7 billion in revenue from advertising sales worldwide, an increase of over 21% from the previous year. 

So one year into our Amazon experiment, what is the conclusion? Is it possible to successfully sell PC DVD games (with digital codes) on Amazon?

Amazon sales are growing and profitable, and we have more ambitious goals for the remainder of the year. Perhaps the biggest surprise, however, is how our Amazon sales have benefited Legacy’s website and direct-to-consumer business.. We have been able to build critical synergies between our digital business, at, our Walmart retail business, and our sales on Amazon.

Best sellers on the Legacy website influence what we decide to manufacture and sell on Amazon and Walmart. (The channels may be different, but the customers are not; they all seemingly like the same games.) More importantly, many customers who initially find our packs on Amazon end up as a direct customer of Legacy’s. Direct customers are more profitable and easier to reach through efficient marketing tools, such as newsletters.

Ultimately, the most important benefit of selling on Amazon may be its usefulness as a source of new customers looking to buy casual PC games. For all its challenges, Amazon provides the largest storefront in the US, which makes it difficult not to have a presence there. Check out Legacy’s store on Amazon and let us know what you think!

Free Games, No Really

It’s not a secret that tons of people search Google for “free games.” Who doesn’t want something free? And given that most mobile games are already “free to play” (FTP), why not PC games?

Most PC games are “premium”, which means that you pay for them. Free games are a less popular way to enjoy PC games, and also tend to be smaller in size and playing time…more of a taste than a full meal. But they are an excellent way to experiment with new game genres.

What does it mean to say that a game is free on a PC?

Not surprisingly, the developer/publisher needs to be compensated somehow. The gameplayer ends up paying with their time and attention. In other words, by watching different types of ads.

There are ads at the beginning of the game, then mid-roll ads appear between levels or wherever it won’t interfere with gameplay. Finally, watching rewarded ads give the gameplayer something they want within the game in exchange for watching an ad.

Hopefully you’ve noticed that on Legacy Games, we recently started to offer a selection of free games to play online. The number and variety of games will grow over the next few months, as we determine exactly what our customers like to play.

There are free games that change up every day, called Daily Games, which feature tried and true word games, Sudoku, and solitaire.

For our more adventurous players, we host a few multiplayer games where the gameplayer is automatically paired with another gamer in a competitive match, like Words with Buddies.

There are a few free hidden object games as well as free match 3 games, like Candy Riddles and Home Makeover.

The free puzzle games are a mishmash of some of my favorite game genres… everything from jigsaw and crossword puzzles to spot the difference to bubble popper and more. Surprisingly, our most popular free games are what are known as merge games. In these games, players need to drag the same or similar items and merge them together. Once this is done, these items then turn into new and improved items. Tropical Merge is an excellent example of this up and coming style of game.

In addition to offering our customers another way to enjoy games, we are also hoping that they will learn about new, interesting game genres they haven’t played before.

Now that the these games are free, we’ve taken the risk out of experimenting. Trying out the free browser version of a time management game like Smurfs Cooking, for example, will expose the player to just how much fun that style of game is, even though they may have thought that they only liked playing hidden object games.

One last thing… we’ll be bringing you new games every two weeks!

Yes, that’s right! Keep your eyes on our ever-changing New and Leaving Soon sections as we select the best new games to bring you, from all different genres!

Live now, we have the viral, unique BitLife Simulator where you make choices to play with life itself, Hidden Cats Detective Agency for the hidden objects fans and cat lovers, and The Mergest Kingdom from the same developers as our most popular game, Tropical Merge!

Plus, there’s 6 additional games for you to explore that have been curated for excellent quality. We hope you love these picks as much as we do.

So please check out all of our free games. My personal favorite is Pets Rush and Lines but we’d love to know what you think and how we can improve the new free online game section of the Legacy Games website.

2022 – A Year of Changes

Despite the fact that Legacy Games will turn 25 years old in 2023, there have been so many changes this year that I like to think of Legacy as a startup business. We’re questioning everything we do, and experimenting all the time. It definitely makes for an interesting end-of-year summary, so let’s get started.

  • While our digital store, at, is only 2 1/2 years old, it’s working remarkably well. We sold more than twice as many units in November 2022 compared to the previous year!
  • At the start of 2022, Legacy had 66 casual game packs to sell. Guess how many we have now? We have a total of 114 game packs, with new ones coming every week. Thanks to our great business partners who trust us to sell their games ethically and profitably. One of our new game packs includes Ancient Aliens, a Legacy Original title, based on the popular History Channel TV show, and of which we are very proud.
  • What was just a possibility became reality in 2022. We opened PC game stores on both and Amazon in April and started to sell DVDs with bonus digital codes. Customers can play with or without internet access, with or without DVD drives. Ecommerce sales have grown rapidly since then, increasing approximately 20% per month.
  • Also starting in April, in partnership with Amazon, we launched monthly Amazon Prime Promotions. The impact of this monthly promotion cannot be overstated in terms of the increase to Legacy’s website traffic and new customer accounts from all over the world. This caused some long days and nights as our team worked to increase our server capacity. If you noticed some technical issues with our website in the past few months, you now know why.
  • In October, we launched our first FTP (free-to-play) mobile and PC game ever! Pearls of Atlantis is a unique game, described by one reviewer as “an upside down bubble shooter with physics.” It hooks you immediately. There is a sharp learning curve associated with designing a FTP game, a crash course in confusing acronyms like LTV, DAU, ARPDAU, CTR, CPM, etc. While there is lots more work to do, the early results are promising, with new features, live events, and game levels planned by our wonderful development partner, Alder Games. Try it on PC or mobile, and let us know what you think!
  • We have 15 boxes on the shelves at Walmart stores this Christmas, but each year that business becomes more challenging. COGs (cost of goods) rose rapidly in 2022 and together with supply chain issues caused our retail profit margins to decline. Our crystal ball is a little cloudy about this channel of distribution, so stay tuned for more news in 2023.
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So here is the $64,000 question. What can you, our esteemed customers and business partners expect from Legacy next year? Besides more great game packs of course…

1. Our successful cloud streaming partnership with Google ended in October, with the closing of their Stadia platform. We disagreed with and were devastated by that decision. But stay tuned. We’re big fans of streaming technology, which allows customers to play their games on almost any device they choose, and we expect to announce new streaming partnerships in 2023.

2. Legacy completed a 1000-person marketing survey after the massive influx of Amazon Prime customers. They said, by a wide margin, they they would prefer to buy games on our website that are downloadable from Steam. As a result, Legacy will be offering Steam codes on our website in Q1. Look for different types of games, like platformers and action adventure, in our new Steam section, still packaged in our signature game packs.

3. We’ve been watching with interest how browser based online games have improved over the past few years. Newer games offer deeper gameplay, and can be played on a phone or desktop. They are free to the customer, with ads. We certainly don’t think they will replace downloadable games anytime soon, but they offer a casual, quick, and social experience that appeals to a lot of game players. We plan to add some well-curated online games to the Legacy Games website in early 2023.

It’s surprising to me, after 35+ years in the games business, that I continue to enjoy what we do at Legacy Games – finding new and better ways to entertain our customers. And our small but mighty team overcame every challenge this year, with talent, hard work, and grace under pressure. I am grateful to each and every Legacy employee.

I am also deeply grateful to you, our customers and business partners, for your ongoing support. On behalf of the amazing team here at Legacy, may you, your friends and family stay healthy and safe this holiday season. I hope you start the new year recharged and ready for 2023. Thanks for being part of the 25-year story of Legacy Games.

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The Perfect Stocking Stuffer

If you’re looking for something small that will fit into that real or metaphorical stocking over the fireplace, look no further. Our DVDs + bonus digital code packs on Amazon and Walmart are the perfect stocking stuffer, with more than 80 game packs to choose from. Regardless of whether you are looking for hidden object, card, mahjong, puzzle, or match 3 style games, we have a great selection, sure to delight your friends and family.

Two Ways To Play

Play games directly from the DVD without internet OR download the games from the Legacy Games website with the bonus digital codes included in the package. You don’t need a DVD drive to enjoy the games!

Bang for your Buck

With prices as low as $12, you won’t find a better deal anywhere. Each disc contains from 3-15 games, and each game has 3-6 hours of gameplay.

Just In Time for Christmas

Know a fan of mysteries or detective stories? The paranormal? Deep sea adventures? Then check out some of our best selling PC packs on DVD. Or explore even more games in our Amazon and Walmart stores!

Adam Wolfe

Driven by your sister’s mysterious disappearance, take to the brooding streets of San Francisco, where crime and paranormal occurrences intertwine in dark corners.

Adam Wolfe on Amazon | Adam Wolfe on Walmart

Lost Grimoires Collection

An alchemist’s apprentice returns home to train under a great master. Little does she know, the real adventure has only just begun….

Lost Grimoires Collection on Amazon | Lost Grimoires Collection on Walmart

Detective Stories Vol. 2

Solve three chilling cases as the world’s best detectives. With a sense for the supernatural, you’ll tackle cases like you’ve never seen before!

Detective Stories Vol. 2 on Amazon | Detective Stores Vol. 2 on Walmart

Magical Matches Vol. 4

Face fearsome dragons or venture into enchanted forests… the choice is yours in this 10-pack of fantastic match 3 games!

Magical Matches Vol. 4 on Amazon | Magical Matches Vol. 4 on Walmart

Wildcard Adventure Vol. 2

From the mountaintops to the candy realms to the baseball pitch! Ten exciting games await you in this collection of fantastic solitaire and mahjong puzzles.

Wildcard Adventure Vol. 2 on Amazon | Wildcard Adventure Vol. 2 on Walmart

Bring fun and adventure to your friends and family this Christmas.

Happy Holidays!

What’s New Under the Sea

Making good games requires a lot of things…money, creativity, expertise, luck…but most of all it requires patience.  Legacy and its uber talented development partner, Alder Games, have been at work on our new game, Pearls of Atlantis, for more than two years, and it’s finally launched!

But that’s only part of the story. Pearls is just the latest incarnation of this charming mobile/PC game. Ten years ago, Legacy launched the original version of the game (called Atlantis: Pearls of the Deep), described by Gamezebo as “The Best Match 3 Game of 2012”. We still sell the original PC version on our website!

Why did it take so long to create the new game, Pearls of Atlantis, given that the basic gameplay – match 3 with physics – is similar in both games?  Simple answer. Because while the original game focused on match 3 puzzles, the new game includes that plus so much more.  

What constituted a prize winning game ten years ago is no longer competitive given how dramatically the market has changed.

Let’s start with the biggest difference between the games. 

The new Pearls of Atlantis is the first free-to-play game that Legacy has ever created. This style of game, where you can download and play for free, is very common for mobile games, but less so for casual PC games. As the publisher, the only way we make money is if players watch an ad or decide to buy something in the game store that enhances their gameplay in some way, e.g., more “energy” to keep playing, decorations for Atlantis, etc.  

The second big difference between the games is that there are many more things to do in the new Pearls of Atlantis. You can churn through match 3 levels of varying complexity and then play zen mode when you’re looking for a little less challenge. (Both the old and new games offer this.)  However, Pearls of Atlantis also includes a story mode with fun tasks that in turn spawn a variety of powerups that enhance gameplay. 

There is a decoration mode in which you recreate the original beauty of the underwater city of Atlantis. Scoring is new, with leaderboards soon to follow. There are daily and weekly events that challenge you to improve your score and winning chains that result in special currency (shells) you can use elsewhere in the game. And the list goes on.

While the match 3 mechanic is similar in the two games, the gameplay loop is completely different. You play match 3 puzzles in order to earn currency that you can then use in other gameplay modes. The rich story context and multiple modes of the new game, Pearls of Atlantis, provide many more reasons to play and keep playing.

We love Pearls of Atlantis, and think it’s one of the very best games we have ever produced.  Please give it a try and let us know how you think it compares to the original. It’s available for iOS and Android phones. And in another first, it is also available as a free-to-play PC game.  Enjoy!

Welcome Graffiti Games and Curve Digital!

About six months ago, my colleagues and I decided to launch a new game pack every week on Legacy Games. Given that each game pack includes 3, 5, 10 or 15 games, that decision translated into a big effort for everyone involved. Constantine, our intrepid game finder, had to amp up his search for new games to distribute. Amanda, our project manager, worked overtime figuring out which games can be packaged together and how to merchandise them. Magne, our webmaster, swiftly launched the titles on our website as well as Amazon and

At the same time, we made a conscious decision to create more Indie game packs. (We consider Indie games to be games from small developers that introduce some innovation and variety into game play.)

The conversation between me and the team went something like this:

ME: At the rate we are launching new game packs, we will run out of hidden object games sometime in 2022. What should we do?
TEAM: Indie games, especially the puzzle ones, are so much fun to play. Why don’t we sell them?
ME: We could, but do you think our customers will like them?
TEAM: Don’t know. Hidden object games are clearly everyone’s favorite, but they’re just a type of visual puzzle, so maybe?
ME: OK, let’s see what happens. Let’s distribute indie puzzle, arcade, platformer, story games… you know, the family friendly ones. And only those games that get excellent reviews on Steam.
TEAM: Roger. Fingers crossed!

Since that fateful day, Legacy Games has been steadily finding and selling more and more great Indie games. Some of my favorites include: Kingdom, Wanderlust: Travel Stories, Lyne, and Evergarden. All of our Indie games get “very positive” reviews on Steam, and Legacy bundles them together with other similar products to create a unique and value-packed collection for our customers.

Two new companies recently joined the ranks at Legacy Games: Curve Digital and Graffiti Games. Both are well known in the Indie community for representing popular, fun and quirky games by great developers. Legacy is distributing Curve’s Human Fall Flat game in Walmart stores, and we couldn’t be prouder. As the first in our new Game Gems line, Human Fall Flat has sold more than 2,000,000 games overall, and is beloved by customers.

And from Graffiti Games, we just launched three of their best titles – Turnip Boy, Blue Fire, and Cyber Hook – on our website. They are funny and fun, combining puzzles, traps, quests, and some of the wackiest heroes ever! And in keeping with our pricing policies, this awesome bundle, worth $50 elsewhere, will be priced at $9.99 on Legacy Games.

Don’t miss out! Stay tuned for more news about our ever-evolving game lineup!

A Building Year at Legacy Games

I know what you’re thinking. Not another year-end summary! Yes, it’s true, but I promise to make it quick, and per usual, It’s not all rosy for those of you who enjoy a little schadenfreude.

So let’s start with the negative.

1. As a company, our gross revenues were up, but our profits were down. Despite the fact that we are a 23-year-old company, this year, my first full year back as CEO after a 3 year absence, feels like start up time. We’ve invested in our website, new products, and new platforms, and it’s hit the bottom line.

2. Legacy’s push into indie games, so far, has been a bust. Most of our wonderful customers on the Legacy Games website seem not to be interested in indie games and have voted with their pocket book. It’s clear that if we expect to be successful with games other than hidden object and match 3, we need to find new customers. Moreover, it is increasingly difficult to source new high quality hidden object games on PC, creating a sense of urgency.

Now the positive.

1. The small but very talented Legacy team created an awesome ecommerce website and game launcher desktop app, all with WooCommerce, WordPress and assorted plug ins, something that simply wasn’t technically possible a few years ago. The sales this year on our website went from basically zero to almost 500 units per month.

2. We signed 29 new developers/publishers in 2022, and launched 41 new compilation packs on our website.

3. This Christmas we have 20 products in-store at Walmart, the most ever!

5. We just launched our first mobile game, Pearls of Atlantis, in 4 years!

We’ve made some very strategic product investments this year that will hopefully bear fruit in 2022. We’re both doubling down on our strengths as a company as well as reaching for the stars. It’s somewhat surprising that, after 35+ years in the games business, I continue to get excited about new products, new platforms, new opportunities. I am grateful to still enjoy what we do at Legacy Games – finding new and better ways to entertain our customers.

May you, your friends and family stay healthy and safe this holiday season. I hope you use the holiday break to spend time with your loved ones and recharge your batteries. And thanks for being part of the 23-year story of Legacy Games.

If At First You Don’t Succeed: PEARLS OF ATLANTIS

When I think back on my 30+ year career, there are a few mistakes that stand out. One I regret the most was my decision to stop supporting our first successful mobile game, Atlantis: Pearls of the Deep. It was featured more than 100 times in various Apple and Google mobile stores and downloaded more than 1M times in the first few weeks. Reviews were great: It’s a wonderfully unique twist on a familiar formula, and an easy pick for our Match 3 Game of the Year. (Gamezebo, 2012)

Atlantis: Pearls of the Deep

Unfortunately, ten years ago we didn’t really understand how to monetize a FTP game. The money from ads wasn’t sufficient to support further development. Other opportunities beckoned. I lost interest and Atlantis: Pearls of the Deep languished…until now.


I am very, very happy to announce that Legacy has released an entirely new version of our original game, now called Pearls of AtlantisIt employs the same, wonderfully creative match 3 with physics gameplay as the original, but that’s where the similarities end. There are all new characters, story, and setting. The “core loop” (as game designers say) involves solving puzzle levels and earning stars, which is turn allow you to repair Atlantis’ Cove of Memories and restore its original beauty. Legacy is partnered in this project with Alder Games, the developer of the original Atlantis: Pearls of the Deep game, and a wonderfully talented team based in Hungary.

Pearls of Atlantis


Please download the beta version of Pearls of Atlantis, iOS or Android, and give it a whirl. Game design is not a science, and we rely on data gleaned from the gameplay of users to make decisions about what needs to change and what content to add. That is the purpose of releasing a beta version. Plus, I really think you will enjoy playing the game.

Pearls of Atlantis

On iOS, click HERE to download the beta with TestFlight. And on Android, click HERE to download it with Google Play. Or, scan the QR code below with your mobile device:

Thank you! And there’s more to come. The story’s just beginning…