About us

EverdreamSoft is a Swiss-based company founded in 2010 and specialized in the development of online trading card games for smartphones, giving communities of gamers the possibility to interact and help on the development of these games. The company is also currently exploring the field of new technologies like NFC and Geolocation along with new ways to bring them to the world of entertainment and design.

EverdreamSoft is composed of passionate designers, developers, marketers and community managers based in Switzerland, France and Japan. The team also works with more than 30 freelance illustrators worldwide.

In Bitcoin we trust
EverdreamSoft is now accepting to be paid for any of their services in bitcoin, the revolutionary currency.




Released in 2010, Moonga was ranked #1 Role Playing Game in the Japanese AppStore and among the top 50 games of all categories the same year. It has reached more than 250,000 downloads over the world.

Spells of Genesis

Spells of Genesis is a mobile game mixing the collection and strategic aspects of Trading Card Games with the addictiveness of Arcade games. Collect, trade and combine orbs to build the strongest decks.


Sending money has never been easier

IDEOPASS is a virtual payment system which connects consumers with their favourite brands (shops, restaurants, bars).

Using an Ideocard, consumers can make their payments or exchange coins without using money. Ideopass creates a continuous relationship between a brand and its customers by giving it the opportunity to sell products, make special offers or advertise on the platform.

Client Projects

The EDLAH International Research Project consists of creating a service system for the elderly to stay autonomous as long as possible. The project is... Read more

Abbatiale de Romainmôtier
The application "Abbatiale de Romainmôtier" allows you an autonomous and interactive tour of the beautiful site of Romainmôtier. Project mandated by... Read more

Benjamin is a geek obsessed with computers, computer games, and computer gadgets. At work, he’s a programmer writing code like a fish in water... Read more

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