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Hill Climb Racing IP crosses 2 billion downloads worldwide across platforms

The games under the Hill Climb Racing franchise have accumulated over $180 million in net revenue!

Total downloads across all platforms for the Hill Climb Racing games have surpassed 2 billion, according to the Finnish mobile gaming studio. Hill Climb Racing, its sequel Hill Climb Racing 2, and a Chinese Android version make up the extremely successful IP. The games have a total NET income of more than $180 million.

Hill Climb Racing continues to maintain its charm even after 10 years

Hill Climb Racing 2 was released in 2016, and it built on the popularity of its predecessor by incorporating asynchronous multiplayer, character and vehicle customization, and eventually, teams, leagues, and periodic LiveOps events. The game expanded to almost 70 million new users in 2021, with an average of 1.35 million daily users. According to Fingersoft’s CEO,

We first launched Hill Climb Racing in 2012, which makes us quite the veterans in the mobile gaming industry already. However, it seems the charm of Hill Climb Racing shows no signs of fading, and out of the 2 Billion installs more than 1.5 Billion have been for Hill Climb Racing alone. Last year the original Hill Climb Racing gained over 220 million new players, and was played by over 4 million users per day on average,

Jaakko Kylmäoja, CEO at Fingersoft
Hill Climb Racing in Numbers
Image via Fingersoft

Hill Climb Racing also has a Chinese Android version that was released in collaboration with MyGamez and has over 500 million downloads. The Hill Climb Racing IP, which crossed 1 billion downloads in 2018, has only increased its pace in the last four years, increasing its installs. Fingersoft has shifted its attention away from organic growth and toward user acquisition in recent years.

Fingersoft will cross 10 years old this 2022

This year marks the 10th anniversary of Fingersoft and Hill Climb Racing. Hill Climb Racing was created in 2012 by Toni Fingerroos, who also founded Fingersoft. Fingersoft has expanded from a one-man operation to a game studio with over 100 workers. Fingersoft’s most recent racing game, Boom Karts, was released last year, and the business is working on other projects.

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