Papa Pear Saga for Windows 10 Gets its First Update

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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Many of you Windows 10 owners out there are probably avid players of King.com’s games, with the first name that comes to mind being Candy Crush Saga (which recently got updated with a bunch of new levels, by the way).

And that’s why some of you were happy to hear that a brand new game from the developers has been released on the Windows Store. Going by the name of ‘Papa Pear Saga‘, it’s pretty much what you can expect from a casual game – the perfect opportunity to kill your time.

Papa Pear Saga updated on Windows 10

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Now, a couple of days after the release, it seems that the game has received its very first update. However, this is a very, very small update, coming in at a size of just 3.1 megabytes, which makes it obvious, at least from my point of view, that it contains some bug fixes and other minor improvements.

This happens in a lot of situations for a developer to release a minor update after he’s pushed a new title on the Store. This is due to the fact that he gathers more feedback from the users and he’s able to fix the issues.

While we weren’t able to find out what exactly has been changed, it seems that Windows 10 users love King.com’s game and some of them are asking for Farm Heroes Saga to make its way to the Windows Store. So could this be the next title from the popular developer?

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