The hit mobile game series Hill Climb Racing and its creator Fingersoft will celebrate their 10th anniversary in 2022. The ten-year-old has matured but has not lost its charm. In 2021, the game gained more than 220 million new players, with an average of over 4 million daily users.
Toni Fingerroos created the Finnish mobile game startup Fingersoft in 2012 when he produced Hill Climb Racing. What began as a three-month effort for one man in a small bedroom has evolved into one of the most addicting and exciting physics-based driving games ever created.
Hill Climb Racing continues to dominate the racing games genre
Before creating Hill Climb Racing, Toni Fingerroos had amassed a sizable user base through his camera programs. Hill Climb Racing swiftly soared to the top of the charts around the world after being promoted to these existing users.
Hill Climb Racing had over 100 million downloads within the first year of its debut. It was the most downloaded racing game and the seventh most downloaded mobile game of the 2010s, and it continues to appeal to players of all ages today.
Hill Climb Racing 2 (released in December 2016), as well as a Chinese version of the game, are part of the franchise. Over 1.9 billion downloads of Hill Climb Racing games have been made across all platforms.
Fingersoft has matured but not aged during the last ten years. The company has been successful in changing to stay ahead of the game and take the lead as one of the most popular racing game producers for mobile devices. Other games produced by Fingersoft or other firms have also been published.
Fingersoft released its latest game, Boom Karts, last year. The company now employs 100 employees and has ambitious expansion plans in the works. There will be some remarkable events and intriguing news in the year 2022, which will be announced later.
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