Top 12 Hyper Casual Games - February 2020

The Top 12 Hyper Casual Games – February 2020

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Each week inside the Academy we play test the latest and greatest Hyper Casual games to storm the charts. We dissect the gameplay mechanics, the game design and monetisation to discover what makes them super successful and how they got to publish with some of the biggest mobile publishers out there today.

Here’s our run down of the games we put through their paces this month.

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All the games we played this month:

Chart positions correct as from the date of playing taken from the iOS US games chart. Data captured from

Academy Live 142 – 7th FEB

ID Please – Lion Studios

Chart position – 3

Watermarbling – Geisha Tokyo Inc.

Chart position – 5

Pull the Pin – Popcore GmbH

Chart position – 10

Academy Live 143 – 14th FEB

Food Games 3D – GameJam Co

Chart position – 23

Homer City – MyNet

Chart position – 16

Draw Climber – Voodoo

Chart position – 1

Academy Live 144 – 21st FEB

Parking Jam 3D – Popcore GmbH

Chart position – 9

Parkour Race – Freerun Game – Mad Box

Chart position – 7

Sky Roller – Homa Games

Chart position – 18

Academy Live 145 – 29th FEB

Slap Kings – Gameguru

Chart position – 1


Chart Position – 10

Slap That – Lion Studios

Chart position – 2