Hyper-casual titles represent an increasingly larger share of new game from year to year. This is according to the latest findings by Sensor Tower.
2019’s 20 most downloaded games generated 2.1 billion installs. Of that number, hyper-casual games account for 77.6 percent (16 out of 20).
For comparison, in 2018, hyper-casual games made up around 68 percent of the installs amassed by the 20 most downloaded new games of that year.
The most downloaded new game of 2019 is Fun Race 3D from Good Job Games, with 219 million global downloads, which makes up 10.4 percent of all installs generated by the top 20 new games. Three more games from Good Job Games made it to the top 20, collectively accounting for 23,8% of all downloads.