The games which ruled Google Play Store few years back

Technology had come a huge way and will go on a long way because there is no stopping to it. There have been a Games on Google Play Store as well as in App Store which actually were ruling the store half a decade ago. These games could be found on anyone’s phone. But, now they barely even searched on the store. Downloading them is another matter.

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1. Fruit Ninja:

Cutting fruits is what all Fruit Ninja was about. Although the game is still present on Play Store but doesn’t have any affinity factor anymore. Back in the 2010s when touch screen was new, people found games like Fruit Ninja a lot of fun to swipe across the screen and cut those fruits while taking out anger.

The games which ruled Google Play Store few years back

Fruit Ninja also stand in the list of 100 million downloads.

2. Farmville:

Facebook four or five years back is filled with the notifications of Farmville’s invitation. It was indeed very irritating to receive the updates if you didn’t like the game. This game had revolutionalised social gaming on Facebook. It was by far the most compelling and successful game by the game developers Zynga. After 2013 it downgraded.

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The games which ruled Google Play Store few years back

As per some reports, at one time 300 million people were playing Farmville.

3. Angry Birds:

One of the most popular games which even have a movie to its name. The game was highly favourite for a couple of years when announced. As of now the name of the game is hardly heard. The interest level for the game has dropped a lot or if I say entirely will not be wrong.

The games which ruled Google Play Store few years back

The game has 100 million downloads on the Google Play Store.

4. Pokemon Go:

The rise of Pokémon Go was unlike anything the world has ever seen. Launched by Niantic in 2016, the AR gaming was refreshing in the world of a similar looking game. The user had to go out to catch Pokémon character literally and they used to run here and there to pick them. It was a worldwide rage in 2016. Pokémon Go’s popularity dropped as quickly as it rose and instead of Pokémon Go, it became Pokémon Gone.

The games which ruled Google Play Store few years back

Pokémon Go made $500 million in revenue faster than any other game in history.

5. Temple Run:

Much like angry birds, we could easily find Temple Run in most of the Smartphone at that time. Subway Surfer and Temple Run both gain popularity going hand in hand. We often see Temple Run 2, Temple Run 3 out on the Play Store but the impact which Temple Run had can’t be replaced.

The games which ruled Google Play Store few years back

Temple Run has 100 million downloads in Google Play Store.

6. Subway Surfers:

The game in the early 2010s was one of the must-have game in every phone. Inspector and his dog chasing you. It was initially launched in 2012 by Kiloo and SYBO Games. The game rose in popularity extremely fast but was down after huge 3-4 years.

The games which ruled Google Play Store few years backThe Game 1 billion downloads on Google Play Store.

7. Candy Crush:

The other game which went hugely popular first on Facebook later on all other platforms. The sweetest match-three puzzle game. Highly popular in the female category. This game was launched in 2012 and very soon gain an enormous market. But, like all other saw the fall as well quickly.

The games which ruled Google Play Store few years back

Candy Crush Sage has 500 million downloads on Google play Store.

8. Cut The Rope:

If you didn’t play Zeptolab’s Cut The Rope in the early days you haven’t lived. The game was developed by ZeptoLab and was hugely popular on all the platforms. Today there are several version of the game are available on Store but, there is no alternative to the 1st version of Cut The Rope.

The games which ruled Google Play Store few years back

 As of 2018, the game has been downloaded more than a billion times across the world. Just cut the rope, dummy!