Indie sensation Color Switch has now achieved 100 million downloads worldwide.
The game was initially developed by David Reichelt in the "codeless" development tool Buildbox. The title was developed in little more than a week.
It was then published by Fortafy Games, which eventually took over development of the game, implementing monetisation and helping it grow to where it is today.
Room to grow
The 100 million milestone is impressive, but it's a far cry from the 150 million that Fortafy was looking to reach when it partnered with browser-based game publisher Poki.
Color Switch is not the only game built in Buildbox to have made a splash either – the developer behind the tool believes that an average of three Buildbox games are featured on the App Store every month.