Digital Chocolate, the makers of such mobile and social games as the RollerCoaster Rush series, Millionaire City, Power Bloxx, MMA Pro Fighter and more have announced quite a milestone in the social game industry in that they know have 12 Million active monthly users playing their games.
According to the information from AppData, Digital Chocolate happens to be the only social game company that has increased in size this rapidly, growing to its current 12 million monthly user and 2 million daily user mark.
“We have stormed the Facebook platform by offering high quality games like Millionaire City™ and MMA Pro Fighter™,” said Trip Hawkins, CEO of Digital Chocolate. “We are pleased so many people are enjoying our games on Facebook, and look forward to providing them with some exciting new titles this year.”
Determined to not let that growth slide, Digital Chocolate also released Millionaire City on iPhone and MySpace this month. For being on the iPhone for just a few weeks, Millionaire City has already enjoyed 500,000 downloads from the App Store and climbing. Also, previously only available on Facebook, Digital Chocolate has released a PC standalone version of MMA Pro Fighter and will be launching an iPhone version soon that will allow users to manage their game from just about anywhere.
Commenting further on Digital Chocolate’s success, Hawkins said “Digital Chocolate has both the gaming pedigree and technology infrastructure to successfully offer games across all the popular emerging platforms for casual social games. This is really a unique capability, and one which we are still in the early stages of exploiting.”
By utilizing all of the current gaming platforms available, it’s really no surprise that the company is growing so quickly.
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