Two Playrix games have exceeded $1 billion in lifetime revenue to date. Gardenscapes was the first to reach this milestone. And Homescapes has now followed suit.


The news came from Sensor Tower analysts. According to them, Homescapes revenue on iOS and Android is distributed as follows: 56% on the App Store and 44% on Google Play. That said, Android accounts for 69% of the game’s downloads.

The key market for Homescapes is the United States. $441 million came from the United States. The US gamers also downloaded the game the most: they generated 15% of all installs.

The second largest market is Japan. Here the game grossed 11% of its total revenue. Germany took the third place with 7% of the total revenue.


Analysts note that Homescapes has long beaten Gardenscapes in downloads, but still lags behind in terms of revenue.

Gardenscapes (2016)

  • lifetime gross revenue – over $ 1.4 billion;
  • installs – over 198 million

Homescapes (2017)

  • lifetime gross revenue – over $ 1 billion;
  • installs – over 223 million

It’s worth mentioning that since February of this year, Homescapes has been consistently outtperforming Gardenscapes in monthly player spending.

Homescapes is a match-three game about setting up a mansion. Its mechanics are inspired by Candy Crush Soda Saga, unlike Gardenscapes, which has more in common Fishdom.