Korean mobile game publisher Com2uS (KOSDAQ:078340) has announced its FY2015 financials, for the 12 months ending 31 December 2015.
Revenue was up 85% to $369 million.
Net income was up 59% to $107 million.
Once again, it was Com2uS' international activity - 86% of revenue - that also provided the engine for growth.
Sales in North America and Europe grew strongly, accounting for 32% and 15% of revenue respectively, but Asia (excluding Korea), remains the biggest territory.
Indeed, sales in Korea actually dropped during Q4.
Looking at the Q4 period, sales were up 39% year-on-year or 2% quarter-on-quarter to $99 million.
Net income during the quarter was $30 million, up 54% year-on-year or 12% quarter-on-quarter.
The key game behind this performance was RPG Summoners War, which received a major update during the Q4 quarter.
More strategically, Com2uS stopped increasing its marketing spending for the game during the quarter, although it's still spend around $15 million.
Other strong titles for Com2uS are Ace Fishing, Golf Star and 9 Innings Pro Baseball 2015, but it's the RPG that accounts for the majority of sales and profits.
As for its 2016 portfolio, Com2uS will launch more golf and baseball games, including the third release in its popular Homerun Battle franchise, as well as more RPGs.
There will be another titles in the Inotia series, as well as cute RPG Wonder Tactics.