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East Side Games' licensed IP Trailer Park Boys: Greasy Money hits two million downloads in a month

East Side Games' licensed IP Trailer Park Boys: Greasy Money hits two million downloads in a month

East Side Games' licensed IP Trailer Park Boys: Greasy Money has surpassed two million downloads in less than a month after it was first launched.

The game was first released on April 20th 2017 and hit the milestone in less than a month, according to a blog post on the Unity site from May 15th.

Make that money

Trailer Park Boys: Greasy Money is an idle game using characters from the Trailer Park Boys TV series. It is the first licensed title East Side has developed.

East Side has generated over 25 million downloads across its entire portfolio of web and mobile games. It is perhaps best known for its Pot Farm series, and is currently developing a family friendly casual game, Dragon Up: Match 2 Hatch.

The developer's CEO and Co-Founder Josh Nilson recently joined us at Pocket Gamer Connects London 2017 on a panel about the "indie journey". He argued that indies should be more cautious when they have money than when they don't.

He's set to return for Pocket Gamer Connects San Francisco 2017, taking place on June 27th and 28th, to deliver another talk.


Former Editor

Ric was formerly the Editor of Pocket Gamer and the Deputy Editor of PocketGamer.biz. He still pops up time to time to review games.

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