(PRWEB) February 6, 2011
Miniclip, who will be celebrating their tenth birthday this year, are known as one of the largest free-to-play game websites in world, with over 65 million unique users every month. Last August, they exploded into the mobile games market with their hit game Fragger, giving consumers the opportunity to play their popular online games on more platforms, including the iPhone and iPad.
This week Miniclip took the top three spots in the US Free App Games Chart as well as occupying the #2, #3, #4 spots in the overall US Free App Chart with the addictive Fragger, Ping Pong and Gravity Guy games. But this isn’t just a US success story. The Free Apps Charts in Australia, Canada, the UK, and throughout Europe all show the same signs of Miniclip’s success.
“We are thrilled to have topped the App Charts again such a short time after opening our new division” said Antonio Sergio Varanda, Director of the Mobile Division at Miniclip. “It’s great to know that our users are enjoying our games, and we hope that Miniclip becomes their primary destination for games in the future. In the past six months we have launched a wide range of games into the App Store and we have an exciting release schedule planned for 2011.”
Miniclip is proud to have been a pioneer of free to play games whilst still making quality gameplay their priority. Although they now also offer a massive selection of premium and subscription products, Miniclip is committed to ensuring players continue to have access to free casual games on multiple platforms.
With more than 65MM players every month, Miniclip is one of the world’s largest free-to-play online games destinations. The company develops, publishes and distributes more than 800 casual and mobile games. Founded in 2001, Miniclip is privately owned and privately funded with its headquarters in Switzerland and offices in six countries. Miniclip.com is the only website to ever win the prestigious Webby Peoples Voice Award, the "Oscars of the Internet" for the Internet's Best Game Site for three consecutive years. For more information, visit http://www.miniclip.com.