Alawar Entertainment, Inc.

Moby ID: 3214

  • Alawar Casual

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Alawar Entertainment has been publishing and distributing PC games on the Internet since 1998. One of the co-founders is Alexander Lyskovsky. The company also runs a network of online game stores and supplementary businesses ranging from a game banner network to a newsletter service. Additionally, Alawar works closely with leading gaming portals such as Real Arcade, Shockwave, ICQ Games and others. The company's developer partners include Dream Dale, Alias Worlds, Media Research Group and more.

Acquired companies which became internal Alawar development studios include:

Credited on 353 Games from 2000 to 2024

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Necrosmith 2 (2024 on Windows, Macintosh)
Viking Heroes V (2024 on Windows)
Golden Rails: Harvest of Riddles (2023 on Windows)
Claire's Cruisin' Cafe: Fest Frenzy (2023 on Windows)
Hermes: The Fury of Megaera (2023 on Windows)
Viking Heroes 4 (2023 on Windows)
New Yankee: Karma Tales (2022 on Windows)
Viking Heroes III (2022 on Windows)
Heroes of Hellas Origins: Part Two (2022 on Windows)
Golden Rails: World’s Fair (2022 on Windows)
The Snow Fable: Mystery of the Flame (2022 on Windows)
Brave Deeds of Rescue Team (2022 on Windows)
New Yankee: Battle for the Bride (2022 on Windows)
Rescue Team: Heist of the Century (2022 on Windows)
Beholder 3 (2022 on Windows, Xbox Series, PlayStation 5...)
Golden Rails: Road to Klondike (2022 on Windows)
Claire's Cruisin' Cafe: High Seas Cuisine (2022 on Windows)
Rescue Team: Power Eaters (2021 on Windows)
Looking for Aliens! (2021 on Windows, Xbox Series, Stadia...)
Robin Hood: Spring of Life (2021 on Windows)

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History +

February 9, 2010

Venture capital firm Almaz Capital Partners announces to buy the 23% equity stake of Finam Investment Holding into the company.

February 12, 2009

the formation of Alawar Melesta, an internal division, is announced

October 23, 2008

company announces that it has become the majority stockholder of Friday's Games and Five-BN. Both become Alawar in-house development studios and the word "Alawar" was added to those company names.

August 2007

Finam Investment Holding buys a 23% equity stake into the company.

April 2007

Alawar Entertainment, Inc. acquires casual games developer Stargaze Interactive.

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