Papa Pear Saga review

Papa Pear Saga is a new Facebook release from King, currently in open beta and available for everyone to play on the social network. The new game’s launch coincides with King’s 10-year anniversary and rebranding from King.com to just King. It’s also set to hit iOS and Android mobile devices “soon.”

Papa Pear Saga

Papa Pear Saga is a new take on King’s previous Web-based game Papa Pear, itself inspired by Japanese pachinko mechanics. The game also has more than a few similarities to PopCap’s popular casual game Peggle, and this is firmly in keeping with King’s track record of taking well-established, familiar casual game mechanics (match-3 in Candy Crush Saga, bubble shooting in Bubble Witch Saga and so on) and putting their own twist on them. Adopting this approach rather than creating completely original, potentially complex mechanics gives King’s games a strong sense of “pick up and play” immediacy which has doubtless contributed considerably to the strong success of titles such as Candy Crush Saga, which is currently the top game on Facebook.

The basic mechanics of Papa Pear Saga involve aiming a cannon at the top of the screen using the mouse, then firing out objects (here crash helmet-wearing pears) which subsequently bounce off an arrangement of pegs on their way down the screen. The bottom of the screen houses several buckets, and dropping the pears into the buckets scores points, as does bouncing off pegs. Other bonuses are provided for special moves such as lots of bounces in rapid succession or eliminating all of a particular type of peg off the screen, and occasionally special pegs appear that confer benefits ranging from increasing the score multiplier to making the bouncing pears increase in size. In a slight twist on Peggle’s formula, it’s possible to fire up to three pears at once instead of just one, and certain special pegs cause additional pears to appear.

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Pet Rescue Saga reclaims top spot among fastest-growing Facebook games by DAU

infeatureKing.com’s Pet Rescue Saga is once again the top gainer among the fastest-growing Facebook games by daily active users, bringing in 386,040 DAU for a 7 percent gain.

PopCap’s Bejeweled Blitz also grew by 7 percent with 205,440 DAU, taking the No. 2 spot. Zynga’s Bubble Safari Ocean reappears on the list at No. 3 after a noticeable absence, up 17 percent with 183,293 DAU. Nordeus’s Top Eleven Be a Football Manager is continuing its strong growth trend, gaining 5 percent with 181,951 DAU. Miniclip.com’s 8 Ball Pool completes this week’s top five gainers with 179,300 DAU for a 9 percent gain.

Three titles this week showed traffic gains of 50 percent or greater. CMUNE’s UberStrike was up by 69 percent with 112,803 DAU. 6waves’ Jewel Epic was up by 95,396 DAU for an 80 percent increase. Finally, Qublix’s Bubble Land grew by 51 percent with 84,104 DAU.

Name DAU_ESTIMATE Gain Gain,%
1.  Pet Rescue Saga 6,045,744 +386,040 + 7%
2.  Bejeweled Blitz 3,020,077 +205,440 + 7%
3.  Bubble Safari Ocean 1,268,430 +183,293 + 17%
4.  Top Eleven Be a Football Manager 3,535,910 +181,951 + 5%
5.  8 Ball Pool 2,151,004 +179,300 + 9%
6.  CoasterVille 2,887,595 +158,103 + 6%
7.  無限德州撲克 461,885 +143,561 + 45%
8.  Criminal Case 3,211,059 +137,037 + 4%
9.  Candy Crush Saga 15,631,070 +125,941 + 0.81%
10.  SongPop 1,987,720 +115,091 + 6%
11.  UberStrike 275,445 +112,803 + 69%
12.  Jewel Epic 213,915 +95,396 + 80%
13.  Bubble Saga 485,013 +91,558 + 23%
14.  ไพ่เท็กซัส 418,133 +88,953 + 27%
15.  Social Empires 1,043,954 +86,453 + 9%
16.  Bubble Land 248,238 +84,104 + 51%
17.  Marvel: Avengers Alliance 1,093,951 +73,994 + 7%
18.  المزرعة السعيدة 1,854,871 +73,001 + 4%
19.  Disney City Girl 400,363 +69,718 + 21%
20.  DoubleDown Casino Slots & Poker 1,770,111 +69,639 + 4%

All data in this post comes from our traffic tracking service, AppDataStay tuned for our look at the top emerging apps on Friday.

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Dragon City inhabits top spot on this week’s list of fastest-growing Facebook games by MAU

infeatureSocial Point’s Dragon City took the top spot on this week’s list of the fastest-growing Facebook games by monthly active users, up 2.61 million MAU for a gain of 13 percent. Since Dragon City launched in May 2012, the game’s gradually climbed the traffic charts, though it looks like the gains are slowing down to the point of plateauing in the near future.

Pretty Simple’s hidden object game Criminal Case took in 1.96 million MAU, putting the game at No. 2 with a 24 percent gain. King.com’s newest “Saga” game, Pet Rescue Saga, came in at No. 3 with a 7 percent increase of 1.46 million MAU. Zynga’s CastleVille had 1.16 million MAU this week, placing at No. 4 with a 16 percent gain. CookApps’ Pengle rounded out the top five games on this week’s list with a 14 percent increase of 647,152 MAU.

Four games on this week’s list saw traffic gains greater than 30 percent. CMUNE’s free-to-play shooter UberStrike brought in 629,941 MAU, a 33 percent gain. Qublix’s Bubble Land was the big gainer this week, up 318 percent with 502,544 MAU. PopCap’s Hidden Agenda grabbed 315,065 MAU, a 37 percent increase. Finally, GameHouse’s GameHouse Casino grew by 56 percent with 825,287 MAU.

Name MAU_ESTIMATE Gain Gain,%
1.  Dragon City 21,318,750 +2,614,031 + 13%
2.  Criminal Case 9,712,500 +1,966,406 + 24%
3.  Pet Rescue Saga 23,343,750 +1,466,802 + 7%
4.  CastleVille 8,156,250 +1,157,919 + 16%
5.  Pengle 5,087,500 +647,152 + 14%
6.  UberStrike 2,406,250 +629,941 + 33%
7.  Bubble Land 618,750 +502,544 + 318%
8.  Panda Jam 3,825,000 +470,401 + 13%
9.  Bubble Island 7,468,750 +453,498 + 6%
10.  Family Farm 3,462,500 +398,202 + 11%
11.  Pool Live Tour 12,762,500 +396,213 + 3%
12.  Diamond Dash 24,717,139 +383,187 + 1%
13.  Disney City Girl 3,050,000 +378,955 + 13%
14.  Bejeweled Blitz 8,593,750 +372,761 + 4%
15.  Bubble Saga 4,137,500 +371,362 + 9%
16.  Baseball Heroes 3,775,000 +358,488 + 10%
17.  Marketland 2,812,500 +339,678 + 12%
18.  Village Life 4,775,000 +331,145 + 7%
19.  Hidden Agenda 1,100,000 +315,065 + 37%
20.  GameHouse Casino 825,287 +311,018 + 56%

All data in this post comes from our traffic tracking service, AppDataCome back for our look at the fastest-growing Facebook games by daily active users on Wednesday and top emerging apps on Friday. You can learn more about Facebook’s new ranking system here.

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Pet Rescue Saga back on top of this week’s fastest-growing Facebook games by MAU

infeatureKing.com’s Pet Rescue Saga managed to dominate this week’s list of the fastest-growing Facebook games by monthly active users, bringing in nearly 3.3 million MAU for a 17 percent gain.

Playdemic’s Village Life is continuing to grow, taking the No. 2 spot with a 44 percent gain of nearly 1.5 million MAU. Pretty Simple’s Criminal Case still seems to be on a winning streak, coming in at No. 3 with 910,486 MAU for a 12 percent gain. MiniClip.com’s 8 Ball Pool snagged the No. 4 position with a 5 percent growth of 519,095 MAU. Zynga’s CastleVille rounded out the top five with 501,632 MAU, a 7 percent traffic increase.

Even though it’s early in the month, only two games on this week’s list had traffic percentage gains in the double digits. Plarium’s Total Domination was up by 39 percent with 468,902 MAU, most likely due to how the developer’s other core game Stormfall: Age of War is continuing to grow on Facebook. PopCap’s hidden object game Hidden Agenda took in 300,906 MAU, a 56 percent gain.

Name MAU_ESTIMATE Gain Gain,%
1.  Pet Rescue Saga 21,318,750 +3,228,595 + 17%
2.  Village Life 4,662,500 +1,492,150 + 44%
3.  Criminal Case 7,906,250 +910,486 + 12%
4.  8 Ball Pool 10,725,000 +519,095 + 5%
5.  CastleVille 7,050,000 +501,632 + 7%
6.  Total Domination 1,575,000 +468,902 + 39%
7.  Diamond Dash 24,331,250 +456,102 + 2%
8.  Bejeweled Blitz 9,350,000 +431,966 + 5%
9.  Bubble Witch Saga 16,712,500 +407,704 + 2%
10.  Hidden Agenda 800,000 +300,906 + 56%
11.  Pengle 4,468,750 +248,632 + 6%
12.  Royal Story 2,700,000 +220,247 + 8%
13.  Marketland 2,600,000 +206,973 + 8%
14.  Panda Jam 3,518,750 +201,471 + 6%
15.  CityVille 10,243,750 +176,461 + 2%
16.  Cafeland 3,037,500 +141,703 + 5%
17.  Dungeon Rampage 1,975,000 +140,458 + 7%
18.  Solitaire Blitz 1,961,445 +128,791 + 7%
19.  Disney City Girl 2,812,500 +121,705 + 4%
20.  UberStrike 1,800,000 +120,519 + 7%

All data in this post comes from our traffic tracking service, AppDataCome back for our look at the fastest-growing Facebook games by daily active users on Wednesday and top emerging apps on Friday. You can learn more about Facebook’s new ranking system here.

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Arabic-language Happy Farm sports winning crop among fastest-growing Facebook games by DAU

infeatureFunPlus Game’s Arabic-language farming sim  المزرعة السعيدة (“Happy Farm”) was the fastest-growing Facebook game by daily active users this week, taking in 705,317 DAU for a 73 percent traffic gain.

Social Point’s Dragon City took the No. 2 spot, up 9 percent with 397,696 DAU. Zynga’s CastleVille saw an unexpected surge in traffic with a 30 percent gain of 277,816. Playdemic’s Village Life is continuing to grow by leaps and bounds, surging by 259,150 for a 30 percent gain. King.com’s Candy Crush Saga ticked up 0.82 percent, courtesy of its 126,521 new DAU.

Most of the traffic gains this week stayed in the single digits, though five other titles saw traffic grow by more than 10 percent. PlayQ’s Bubble Blitz grew by 11 percent with 112,521 DAU. FunPlus Games had another game appear on the chart with the Turkish-language Bizim Çiftlik (“Our Farm”), up by 110,575 DAU for a 40 percent increase. Cie Games’ Car Town took in 102,599 DAU for a 16 percent gain. PopCap’s newly-launched Hidden Agenda continues to gain early footholds with 82,986 DAU for a 149 percent increase. Finally, Pixelfederation’s TrainStation brought in 46,564 DAU for a 35 percent gain.

Name DAU_ESTIMATE Gain Gain,%
1.  المزرعة السعيدة 1,707,363 +705,317 + 73%
2.  Dragon City 4,859,143 +397,696 + 9%
3.  CastleVille 1,157,457 +277,816 + 30%
4.  Village Life 417,897 +259,150 + 120%
5.  Candy Crush Saga 15,567,962 +126,521 + 0.82%
6.  Bubble Blitz 1,089,535 +112,026 + 11%
7.  Bizim Çiftlik 385,156 +110,575 + 40%
8.  Car Town 676,166 +102,599 + 16%
9.  Slotomania 2,031,342 +90,246 + 5%
10.  Tetris Battle 1,263,309 +90,091 + 7%
11.  Top Eleven Be a Football Manager 3,418,862 +88,653 + 3%
12.  Hidden Agenda 136,443 +82,986 + 149%
13.  Buggle 1,441,498 +80,370 + 6%
14.  Pengle 913,249 +75,519 + 9%
15.  FarmVille 2 8,417,796 +55,863 + 0.82%
16.  Texas HoldEm Poker 6,873,752 +53,932 + 0.82%
17.  TrainStation 137,065 +46,564 + 35%
18.  Words With Friends 6,021,336 +46,183 + 0.82%
19.  Social Empires 771,153 +43,169 + 6%

All data in this post comes from our traffic tracking service, AppDataStay tuned for our look at the top emerging apps on Friday.

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SupersonicAds aims to make social/mobile game advertising more manageable with Ultra server

SSA_logo_BLACK_n_READ_FOR_BRIGTS_BGs copyOne of the ongoing issues we hear about from developers is how difficult it is to monetize the free players who don’t convert. While in-game ads are often the default solution, it can be difficult to manage the content provided by ad services, especially if more than one network’s been partnered with. Mobile and web ad monetization group Supersonic Ads Media Group is looking to streamline the experience with its newly-launched Ultra server.

Ther server is a Supply Side Platform (SSP) powered by SupersonicAds. Using Ultra, publishers and developers can use a single ad server for all their social game ad formats. In layman’s terms, that means devs can perform multiple tasks without having to deal with multiple integrations and reporting systems.

“The ad formats in social games are focused on rewards-based advertising,” SupersonicAds CEO Gil Shoham tells us. ”These are basically offers that provide virtual currency and incentivized videos. There isn’t any ad server out there to deal with these formats in terms of optimization, virtual currency, and fraud.

“We’ve discovered that social game developers have some very specific needs and requirements different than other content providers. Every ad network that a publisher would like to integrate includes a technical aspect,” he further notes. According to Shoham, dealing with these multiple software integrations takes time away from game development, something many smaller studios can’t really afford due to limited resources.

Shoham tells us Ultra’s been in development for over a year, though it soft-launched about six months ago. So far, he says approximately 30 developers are currently using Ultra’s toolset to help manage their advertising. While a complete list of these developers hasn’t been released, one high-profile partner already making use of Ultra is King.com. The Candy Crush Saga developer has been working with Supersonic Ads for years, we learn.

Both Ultra and SupersonicAds’ established services are clearly paying off for the company. So far, the company’s been venture-funded, though Shohan reveals it was profitable in 2012. For more information about SupersonicAds and Ultra, check out the company’s official website.

FarmVille 2 returns to the top of this week’s fastest-growing Facebook games by MAU

infeatureZynga’s FarmVille 2 is once again the big winner this week when it comes to the fastest-growing Facebook games by monthly active users, taking the No. 1 spot with 5.4 million MAU.

King.com’s Candy Crush Saga took No. 2 with 5 million MAU, a 12 percent gain. Playdemic’s Village Life is continuing to grow, coming in at No. 3 with 1.5 million MAU for a 75 percent increase. Playdom’s Disney City Girl is also continuing to gain, bringing in 831,340 MAU for a 41 percent growth. Pretty Simple’s Criminal Case rounds out the top five games on our list with a 9 percent gain of 592,714 MAU.

As it’s approaching the end of the month, gain percentages this week aren’t as great as they were in the past weeks. However, three games had traffic percentage increases greater than 40 percent. PopCap’s new hidden object title Hidden Agenda was up 173 percent with 345,052 MAU. Kabam’s Kingdoms of Camelot took in 148,164 MAU for a 43 percent gain. Finally, Stunt Dirt Bike grew by 60 percent with 139,718 MAU.

Name MAU_ESTIMATE Gain Gain,%
1.  FarmVille 2 40,623,485 +5,434,728 + 15%
2.  Candy Crush Saga 45,941,454 +5,031,559 + 12%
3.  Village Life 3,434,831 +1,475,132 + 75%
4.  Disney City Girl 2,853,552 +831,340 + 41%
5.  Criminal Case 7,450,941 +592,714 + 9%
6.  8 Ball Pool 10,826,323 +415,919 + 4%
7.  Hidden Agenda 544,288 +345,052 + 173%
8.  Bubble Origins 1,354,116 +309,750 + 30%
9.  Angry Birds Friends 11,031,092 +294,740 + 3%
10.  Royal Story 2,635,572 +294,063 + 13%
11.  Bubble Age 2,747,865 +266,664 + 11%
12.  Car Town 4,438,858 +261,393 + 6%
13.  Family Farm 3,467,858 +221,675 + 7%
14.  Marketland 2,543,096 +194,935 + 8%
15.  UberStrike 1,783,470 +186,987 + 12%
16.  Hoop De Loop Saga 5,046,559 +163,980 + 3%
17.  Social Wars 6,347,832 +161,458 + 3%
18.  Kingdoms of Camelot 496,729 +148,164 + 43%
19.  Stunt Dirt Bike 373,868 +139,718 + 60%
20.  GameHouse Casino 458,591 +113,879 + 33%

All data in this post comes from our traffic tracking service, AppDataCome back for our look at the fastest-growing Facebook games by daily active users on Wednesday and top emerging apps on Friday. You can learn more about Facebook’s new ranking system here.

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King.com moves into Asia with localized games

candycrushfeatureKing.com today announced it’s expanding its global presence by bringing localized versions of its most popular “Saga” games to both Japan and South Korea.

Both Candy Crush Saga and Bubble Witch Saga’s Facebook versions will be the first to be localized, with mobile versions following afterwards — both on iOS and Android. King.com’s localized expansion adds to the company’s continuing success on both social and mobile platforms. AppData shows Candy Crush Saga is now the top application (not just game) on Facebook, both by monthly and daily active users, and King.com says the game had more than 1 million DAU in Hong Kong alone (even before the localized version launched in that area).

We’ve heard from developers before that localizing games can give them a huge leg up over the competition. Robert Nashak of the BBC spoke to us in September about how localizing the Dancing With the Stars social web game was a huge part of the title’s ability to thrive outside of Facebook. “The games world is coming to the realization that there’s no need to have a North America-only version of a game,” he told us at the time. “If you build the game correctly and plan long term, you can win on localization alone.”

Territories like Korea and Japan, which are well-known for their populations’ voracious appetite for online games, are smart areas to expand into with localized games. While King.com has already conquered the social mobile market here in the West, doing so in Japan alone could mean a massive increase in revenue for the developer. As it was reported yesterday, Puzzle & Dragons is the top mobile game in Japan and is bringing in somewhere between $54 to $75 million each month across iOS and Android.

 

SponsorPay reveals new social/mobile demographics

Value-exchange ad group SponsorPay today put out a new infographic detailing the ongoing rise of mobile gaming, which also included information about who makes up the social/mobile gamer population.Screen Shot 2013-02-11 at 2.03.32 PM

According to SponsorPay, the majority of users (31 percent) play mobile games while they’re in bed, while 16 percent play during their bus and train commutes. For better or worse, it looks like mobile gaming is taking the place of bathroom reading, as SponsorPay reports 11 percent of mobile users play games in the bathroom.

When it comes to actual demographics, it turns out women play more social and mobile games than men, but probably not as drastically as people might think. Women make up 54 percent of social gamers and 53 percent of mobile. When it comes to mobile games, the largest age group playing these titles sits in the 25-34-year-old range. Social games are almost evenly split between 35-44-year-olds and 45-54-year-olds, who comprise 41 percent of social players; the former group made up 1 percent more of total social gamers than the latter.

Screen Shot 2013-02-11 at 2.58.39 PMSponsorPay also took a look at who plays the more popular social mobile games. Over half of Zynga’s Texas Holdem Poker’s players are older than 26, and 75 percent of users are male. FarmVille 2, meanwhile, has a 68 percent female player base and 80 percent of users are older than 25. Words With Friends’ audience is 63 percent female, with 70 percent being older than 24-years-old. King.com’s Candy Crush Saga had the largest percentage of women playing its game, 72 percent of users are female and 66 percent of users are over 26-years-old. Rovio’s Angry Birds Star Wars may have 60 percent of its players above the age of 25, but 50 percent of its players are men.

SponsorPay gathered this information from a variety of industry sources, including Nielsen, Newzoo, PopCap and AppStats.

You can check out the full infographic here .

Pet Rescue Saga snags top spot among this week’s fastest-growing Facebook games by MAU

infeatureKing.com’s Pet Rescue Saga continues its winning streak this week, taking the top spot on our list of fastest-growing games by monthly active user (the best gauge of a title’s overall reach on the network). Pet Rescue Saga showed the largest growth in the 10 million MAU tier, moving up six spots to the No. 19 position among Facebook apps with a 24 percent gain.
Zynga’s Words With Friends took the No. 25 spot, increasing two positions with a 7.41 percent growth. Geewa’s Pool Live Tour had a 3.33 percent gain, moving up 1 spot to No. 29. King.com’s Candy Crush Saga grew 25 percent, going up one spot to No. 3. Social Point’s Dragon City rounds out the top five games in this tier, moving up one placing to No. 17 with a 5.56 percent increase.
In the 5 million MAU tier, Pretty Simple’s crime-themed hidden object game Criminal Case moved up 21 spots to No. 67 with a 23.86 percent growth. Miniclip.com’s 8 Ball Pool saw a 12.5 percent gain and moved up 6 spots to the No. 42 position. Rovio’s Angry Birds Star Wars is continuing to grow, up 4.11 percent and jumping three spots to No. 70. Meanwhile, Manuel Otto’s Stick Run grew by 2.86 percent, letting it move up two spots to the No. 68 slot. Halfbrick’s Fruit Ninja Frenzy saw a 2.47 percent gain, moving up two spots to No. 79.
Finally, we turn to the 1 million MAU tier. Royal Story was up by 82.57 percent, moving up 1,222 positions to take No. 258. Playdom’s Disney City Girl is continuing to grow after its recent launch, growing 31.45 percent and moving up 156 spots to snag the No. 340 position. Broken Bulb Studios’ Bake Shop Drop saw a 20.33 percent increase, jumping 61 slots to No. 239. Playdemic’s Village Life moved up 29 spots to No. 269 with a 9.73 percent gain. FunPlus Game’s Family Farm moved up 29 spots to No. 153, a 15.93 percent growth.

10 million MAU

Gain
(Week)
Gain %
(Week)
Name
▲6 (19) ▲24.00  Pet Rescue Saga
▲2 (25) ▲7.41  Words With Friends
▲1 (29) ▲3.33  Pool Live Tour
▲1 (3) ▲25.00  Candy Crush Saga
▲1 (17) ▲5.56  Dragon City

5 million MAU

Gain
(Week)
Gain %
(Week)
Name
▲21 (67) ▲23.86  Criminal Case
▲6 (42) ▲12.50  8 Ball Pool
▲3 (70) ▲4.11  Angry Birds Star Wars
▲2 (68) ▲2.86  Stick Run
▲2 (79) ▲2.47  Fruit Ninja Frenzy
▲2 (45) ▲4.26  Top Eleven Be a Football Manager
▲2 (43) ▲4.44  Bejeweled Blitz
▲1 (48) ▲2.04  Bubble Island
▲1 (49) ▲2.00  المزرعة السعيدة
▲1 (65) ▲1.52  Slotomania
▲1 (60) ▲1.64  Social Empires
▲1 (58) ▲1.69  Pyramid Solitaire Saga

1 million MAU

Gain
(Week)
Gain %
(Week)
Name
▲1222 (258) ▲82.57  Royal Story
▲156 (340) ▲31.45  Disney City Girl
▲61 (239) ▲20.33  Bake Shop Drop
▲29 (269) ▲9.73  Village Life
▲29 (153) ▲15.93  Family Farm
▲21 (377) ▲5.28  Online Football Manager
▲20 (161) ▲11.05  Cafeland
▲20 (343) ▲5.51  KartWorld
▲20 (319) ▲5.90  Total Domination
▲19 (332) ▲5.41  Jewel Journey
▲16 (199) ▲7.44  Marketland
▲15 (339) ▲4.24  مدينة الأهرامات
▲15 (114) ▲11.63  Pengle
▲14 (214) ▲6.14  Bil ve Fethet
▲12 (320) ▲3.61  Zombie Lane
▲10 (247) ▲3.89  Icy Tower
▲9 (232) ▲3.73  Shadow Fight
▲9 (311) ▲2.81  Pool Billiard
▲9 (262) ▲3.32  UberStrike
▲8 (330) ▲2.37  Bubbles IQ

All data in this post comes from our traffic tracking service, AppDataStay tuned for our look at the fastest-growing games by daily active users on Wednesday and top emerging apps on Friday. You can learn more about Facebook’s new ranking system here.

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