Jam City's Panda Pop clears 100 million downloads in under four years

Still attracts 9.3 million MAUs

Jam City's Panda Pop clears 100 million downloads in under four years

Jam City's game Panda Pop has now surpassed 100 million downloads just under four years after first launching.

As reported by TechCrunch, the game continues to draw in 9.3 million MAUs even now. It remains one of Jam City's best performing games, and is a regular fixture in the top 50 grossing charts in the US.

The developer has kept Panda Pop updated consistently over its last four years of operation. It currently offers over 2,600 levels of players to engage with.

Branching out

Its success has led to a licensed version of the game to launch, Snoopy Pop. Jam City acquired the rights to the Peanuts brand back in September 2016 when it rebranded from SGN Games.

The latest version hasn't seen the same level of success as the original however, which may have caused Jam City to delay its planned IPO to 2019. That said, Snoopy Pop has only been available for around a month – Panda Pop took twelve months to reach its current level of success.


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