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Tuesday, 01 May 2012 08:34

Angry Birds Space sets big numbers

Written by David Stellmack



50 million in 35 days


Rovio had to be pretty blown away when it was announced that the developer had been able to reach an almost unimaginable 50 million downloads in just 35 days. It comes as no surprise that this makes Angry Birds Space the fastest growing mobile game yet. In addition, it has also broken all of the records previously held by Rovio.

While Rovio is said to be thrilled with the numbers, the company is already moving on to the next big thing. The developer looks to continue to build software experiences that reach a broad audience. With numbers like 50 million in 35 days, that is going to be a difficult track record to live up to.


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