Mobile games developer and publisher CrazyLabs has surpassed four billion downloads.
Last year alone, the company racked up one billion installs across its portfolio. CrazyLabs cracked 3.5 billion downloads in November 2020.
It’s notable titles include Tie Dye and ASMR Slicing, which accumulated 90 million and 80 million downloads, respectively.
Meanwhile, Acrylic Nails has picked up 60 million installs, while CrazyLabs’ recent release, Phone Case DIY, already boasts 60 million downloads.
In February, Pocket Gamer published a guest piece on the publishing story behind Phone Case DIY.
The downloads milestone has been hit at an impressive time for CrazyLabs, as the company is getting close to the launch of CrazyHubs İstanbul, Turkey alongside the newly confirmed fifth CrazyHub location in Poland.
CrazyHubs serve as hypercasual games accelerators, with the first one being launched virtually in Mumbai, India, last year.
By the end of 2021, CrazyLabs aims to have eight-to-10 hubs established worldwide. Currently, its hypercasual programme can be found in India, Turkey, Israel, Serbia and Poland.
Crazyhub İstanbul first term registrations are to be closed at April 12th, and the program is set to start on early May. However, developers can still apply for a chance to enter the second term which is set to start right after the first term ends.
“We now have over 350 partners and gaming studios around the world,” said CrazyLabs CEO and founder Sagi Schliesser.
“But with CrazyHubs’ hyper-casual training program and boot camp for developers and gaming studios, we expect to increase that amount significantly.”