Voodoo racks up two billion mobile game downloads

Hyper-casual specialist continues to grow

Voodoo racks up two billion mobile game downloads

Hyper-casual development and publishing giant Voodoo has racked up more than two billion downloads for its mobile games.

The news was revealed by Voodoo Berlin GM Alex Willink during his talk at Quo Vadis 2019 entitled ‘Hyper-casual – Creating successful games for a casual audience’.

Hit after hit

The milestone was hit just last week. It comes just a few months after we previously reported that the company had hit 1.5 billion downloads in 2018.

The company’s website said that from those 1.5bn downloads it 2018, it had 400 million monthly active users.

Voodoo’s portfolio includes titles such as, Baseball Boy!, Car Merger, Crowd City, Helix Jump Dune and many more.

Full disclosure: We are a media partner for Quo Vadis. My flights and accommodation were paid for. Our coverage remains neutral.

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Craig Chapple is a freelance analyst, consultant and writer with specialist knowledge of the games industry. He has previously served as Senior Editor at, as well as holding roles at Sensor Tower, Nintendo and Develop.