The company GAMEVIL announced today that their social network game Monster Warlord, passed 10 million installations worldwide. The news came after the acquisition of the development studio, Everple. Monster Warlord launched 18 months ago and has gone on to become a huge success, ranking in the top ten overall in 29 different countries’ Google Play and 23 others app stores.
Much of the success for the game is linked to the services it provides, with support in 11 different languages: Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese, German, French, Russian, and Indonesian. GAMEVIL’s global services of Monster Warlord recorded more than 2 billion KRW ($1.9 million USD) in sales last month.
In the game players are tasked to go around capture different monsters of all kinds. Gamers can upgrade and by questing and develop strong teams composing rare and unique monsters to fight. Monsters collected by gamers will be able to face world bosses, explore dark dungeons, and engage in PvP against other players.
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The company known as GAMEVIL, is one of the most well-known and talented developers for mobile games, established in 2000 with offices in LA and Tokyo, and working with over 70 different companies from around the world. GAMEVIL has a rich history of making unique games for mobile devices and continues to do so.