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Freeverse sells five million iPhone games

Freeverse sells five million iPhone games
US publisher Freeverse has released 24 internally and thirdparty developed iPhone games; two of which - Flick Fishing from UK developer Strange Flavour, and Skee-Ball, from US developer Graveck, are million-sellers.

It's also announced its total paid sales have reached the five million-mark, which is pretty impressive considering number 2 iPhone publisher Gameloft announced it had sold 10 million iPhones game across 55 releases. Although as that total was revealed in January, it's probably crept a little higher since.

"We're excited to be hitting such a major milestone, and want to take the opportunity to thank the development teams and partners who have created such compelling content," said Ian Lynch Smith, Freeverse's president.

"The iPhone has changed the way we think about and interact with games, and we want to keep learning and innovating as we strive for the next milestone."

Freeverse has just released Zombie Cannon Carnage, from US studio h.grenade, and the internally developed Warp Gate is expected soon.

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