The latest information on the leaders of the American Google Play games market for the week (27.05 – 02.06) from Distimo: tops of free, paid and cash applications in one material.
Top Free Apps
Compared to last week, there are three key changes in the top, namely the appearance of Fast & Furious 6: The Game from Kabam in fifth place (the game jumped 43 positions in seven days), the impressive breakthrough of Turbo Racing League from PIKPOK to sixth place (the project overcame 98 positions in a week) and no less the noticeable growth of TETRIS Blitz from EA, which allowed the game to reach the tenth place (the project rose by 124 positions in a week).
Otherwise, there were no radical changes in the top.
Top Paid Apps
No surprises here either. World of Goo from 2D BOY lost two positions, sliding to 5th place (the effect of the price reduction began to fall). But he returned to the top of Cut the Rope, the most successful project of ZeptoLab. Angry Birds Space Premium from Rovio Mobile has risen relatively significantly – by 4 positions to tenth place.
The first place in the top is still headed by Minecraft – Pocket Edition.
Top Cash Register applications
Apart from the fact that Megapolis from Social Quantum moved Rage of Bahamut, continuing its growth in the box office of the American Google Play chart, everything is also relatively deaf here. King leads the top with Candy Crush, Mobage and Kabam compete for key positions, GREE closes the top ten with slots.
All the most interesting below:
Dragon Story: Fairy Tales from TeamLava (jump by 826 positions to seventy-seventh place) and Enemy Lines from Kiwi (jump by 417 positions to eighty-eighth place) are growing at a very impressive pace.