Five Highest Grossing Game Apps
If you don’t play online games, this might not make any sense to you. But it’s not a tall tale: People pay real money to buy equipment, energy and more playing time for video game characters. A well-done video game doesn’t need to cost anything. Once the person is hooked, the rest is history. Here are the five highest grossing game apps. You won’t believe how much they’re making!
5. Pet Rescue Saga by King Digital Entertainment
Pet Rescue Saga has an estimated daily revenue of $214,165. People pay money for more moves and lives. The most purchased item is a “column blaster” for $2.99.
4. Farm Heroes Saga by King Digital Entertainment (see a trend?)
The premise of this game is to match fruits and vegetables to get rid of a raccoon. People pay for things like gold bars and lives. Of course, like all games, it reboots. It only takes 30 minutes for another life, but when you’re having so much fun, that’s 30 minutes too long! The priciest in-app buy is an extra large gold bars package for a nutty $109.99, which might explain why it makes an estimated $271,378 a day.
3. Game of War “Fire Age” by Machine Zone
Build an empire. Create your hero and fight to take over. Of course, to convince others that you’re worthy of royalty, you my want to boost your gold reserves. You can buy 28,000 pieces of gold for $99. This game makes about $572,498 a day.
2. Candy Crush Saga by King Digital Entertainment
This is the King game that started it all. It’s completely free but reserves run out fast. Rumor is it’s more addicting than actual candy. So proceed with caution! Play through candy themed puzzles and compete against friends for high scores. Although it’s only $1.99 for a Lollipop Hammer, this whopper pulls in about $884,676 per day!
1. Clash of Clans by Supercell
This is a strategy game where you can train an army, build a village and battle other users. The game pulls in around 39K new users a day and pulls in an estimated $1.1 million a day in revenue.