Company:  Bossa Studios

Merlin: The Game Review

Nov 5, 2012

On the hierarchy of “Rad,” wizards rank pretty high, and the great Merlin is the raddest of all. Camelot’s magic-slinging human/incubus hybrid features in countless games, shows, and cartoons, so it makes sense that he’d eventually find his way to the social gaming scene. While Merlin: The Game isn’t a magical example of an action/RPG, it definitely ranks as one of Facebook’s better games. Here be dragons. It’s a good thing.

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Merlin: The Game Walkthrough

Oct 31, 2012

Merlin: The Game is a cooperative fantasy-adventure game created by Bossa Studios. Meet the legendary Merlin and join him and Arthur as you go forth on adventures throughout the land of Albion! Gamezebo's quick start strategy guide will provide you with detailed images, tips, information, and hints on how to play your best game.

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Merlin: The Game Preview

Jun 19, 2012

Got any vacation plans for when the summer heat gives way to a more tolerable warmth? Consider visiting the mystic kingdom of Camelot. Bossa Studios (the developers behind Monstermind) are currently hard at work on Merlin: The Game, a Facebook fantasy adventure that’s based on the BBC One television program Merlin.

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Monstermind Review

Sep 23, 2011

Let's admit it. Even after a couple of years' worth of innovations, the man on the street is still likely to think that gaming on Facebook consists of endless variations on FarmVille and showing off neatly planned digital creations to anyone else who happens to be playing. (That, and bugging your buddies for a flowerpot or some other trivial prop.) Bossa Studios' Monstermind seeks to smash those assumptions, and to smash all your friends' hard work with a rogue's gallery of monsters in the process. It's a stellar idea, and one that turns Facebook's worn-out tropes on their heads at a time when they need it most.

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Monstermind Preview

Sep 16, 2011

There are plenty of options if you want a Facebook game that lets you build a sparkling metropolis. But what if you want to let loose zombies and giant apes in neighboring towns? Well, then there's realy only one option: Monstermind. If CityVille was crossed with a classic monster movie, it would look a lot like this.

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