Some of the world’s most popular mobile gaming app developers are based in Australia.
Development houses like Halfbrick Studios, Metro Trains, and Not Doppler have produced a variety of highly successful mobile games for iOS and Android devices.
There are more than 1,155 Australian publishers on Google Play out of all 175,775 game publishers.
One of the biggest Australian publishers are Halfbrick Studios, Imperial Arts Pty Ltd, IEC Global Pty Ltd, Not Doppler, PlaySide Studios Ltd, HIPSTER WHALE, General Adaptive Apps Pty Ltd
There are more than 3,205 games from Australian publishers on Google Play out of the 484,359 games.
Mobile Games with most downloads of Australian publishers are Fruit Ninja®, Jetpack Joyride, Crossy Road, Water Sort - Color Puzzle Game, My Mini Mart, Dan the Man: Action Platformer, Earn to Die 2
The average rating of 3,205 games from Australian publishers on Google Play is 3.75 out of 5 stars.
This is less than the overall average rating of all mobile games of 3.91 stars. Mobile Games from Australian publishers on Google Play have on average 12,499 ratings.
Mobile Games by Australian publishers have an average of 1.21m downloads.
9% of games by Australian publishers are paid. That is a higher value of paid mobile games compared to the overall games, where 4% are paid. 71% of games by Australian publishers include ads.
That is a lower value compared to the whole world, where 72% games have ads. 41% of games by Australian publishers make use of In-App Payments to monetize.
35% of games of Australian publishers are available on both Google Play and iTunes. Overall they put more effort in publishing on both stores, compared to the average publisher with 17%.