Garena Free Fire from Garena arose as the most downloaded versatile game worldwide for October 2021 with around 34 million downloads, which addressed a 72 percent expansion from October 2020. The nations with the most downloads of the application during this period were India at around 30% of its all-out downloads and Brazil at more than 12%, reports Sensor Tower.
The full top 10 positioning of mobile games worldwide by downloads for October 2021 is above. Game download gauges are from the Sensor Towers Store Intelligence stage. Candy Challenge 3D from Idil Morgul was the second most downloaded versatile game overall last month with near 19 million introduces. The nations with the biggest number of Candy Challenge introduces were the US at 12.2 percent, trailed by Brazil at 9.3 percent.
Roblox from Roblox Corporation, Cookie Carver from Azur, and Subway Surfers from Sybo Games balanced the main five most downloaded mobile games worldwide for the month. The worldwide mobile games market created 4.5 billion downloads across the App Store and Google Play in October 2021, denoting an ascent of 1.3 percent year-over-year. The main market for worldwide game downloads was India, which gathered 762.6 million introduces, or 16.8 percent of absolute overall downloads. The US positioned number two for downloads at 8.6 percent, trailed by Brazil at 8.3 percent.
Mobile titles enlivened by the hit Netflix TV series Squid Game overwhelmed the market in October, with Candy Challenge 3D, Cookie Carver, and 456 from Abi Game Studio all arriving at the best 10 in general downloads rankings. These three titles alone produced a consolidated 53.2 million introduces universally across the App Store and Google Play. The report likewise said that the worldwide mobile games market created 4.5 billion downloads across the App Store and Google Play Store in October 2021, denoting an ascent of 1.3 percent year-over-year. The main market for worldwide game downloads was India, the report said. India accounted to 762.6 million introduces which is 16.8 percent of the all-out downloads around the world. India was trailed by US, which added up to 8.6 percent of the absolute downloads, trailed by Brazil at 8.3 percent.