Jam City Announces Hit Mobile Game Panda Pop Passes 100 Million Downloads
Panda Pop Joins Jam City’s Cookie Jam As The Company’s Second Original IP Title To Surpass 100 Million Downloads
Los Angeles, August 25, 2017 — As announced on TechCrunch, Jam City’s global hit Panda Pop has been downloaded by more than 100 million players worldwide.
Panda Pop has connected with a massive audience through its addictively polished gameplay and simple but compelling story of precious panda pups being trapped in the jungle by an evil baboon. As players strategically burst matching bubbles, they get the satisfaction of beating the wicked simian returning the cubs to their worried mother. The game’s player engagement and depth can be found in the following stats:
- Panda Pop has 9.7 million monthly active users and has been downloaded by more than 100 million players worldwide since its debut in 2013
- Panda Pop is a Top 5 Puzzle Game in more than 93 countries, showing its international appeal
- Panda Pop has 2,640 levels of game play, giving players nearly endless enjoyment
- Panda Pop is the #1 Bubble Shooter game
Panda Pop is a free-to-play, bubble shooter mobile game available now for iOS and Android devices via the App Store and Google Play [Panda Pop background and download links at http://www.jamcity.com/panda-pop/]. For more details on Panda Pop or to connect with your Panda Pop friends, follow us @PlayPandaPop (#PandaPop):
About Jam City
Jam City is a Los Angeles-based mobile game maker with global reach. Created in 2010 by former MySpace co-founders Chris DeWolfe, Aber Whitcomb, and former 20th Century Fox executive Josh Yguado, Jam City is the creator of 6 of the Top 100 highest grossing games across Apple’s and Google’s US app stores. Its portfolio of titles–which includes Cookie Jam, Panda Pop, Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff and Marvel Avengers Academy–has been downloaded more than 800 million times and is regularly played by nearly 50 million people monthly. Jam City has studios in Seattle, San Francisco, San Diego and Buenos Aires. In 2016, Jam City acquired TinyCo, a San Francisco studio at the forefront of bringing the world’s most popular entertainment franchises to mobile games.
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