Update: Om Nom: Run sprints past five million downloads in a month

Launched on February 27th

Update: Om Nom: Run sprints past five million downloads in a month

Updated March 30th 2020, 10:10am: Koukoi's Om Nom: Run has now cleared five million downloads in the space of a month.

The milestone was announced by Koukoi co-founder Antti Kananen on LinkedIn, who went on to state that there are "many cool updates already in progress" for the endless runner.

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Zeptolab's latest title Om Nom: Run has been downloaded 2.5 million times.

As revealed on Facebook, the runner title has hit the milestone in just over one week. Om Nom: Run was released on February 27th. It was previously soft-launched in the Philippines on Android at the start of February.

The game is based on Zeptolab's Cut the Rope game franchise - Om Nom is the series' main character. It was created with Finnish games company Koukoi Games.

Om Nom success

In November 2019, the Russian firm launched Om Nom: Merge. Earlier that month, ZeptoLab created a separate business unit for the Om Nom brand.

Cut the Rope - Om Nom's original game - has been downloaded more than one billion times since being launched in 2010.

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