Apple Publishes Chart Of Week’s Most Downloaded iOS Games

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Apple has released its latest weekly list of the most downloaded games in the App Store.

Unlike a near-realtime list like the iTunes chart, this list reflects cumulative total downloads over a 7-day period — in this case March 24 to March 30.

Perhaps the most notable inclusions are the success of Papa’s Freezeria To Go and Backflip Madness in the paid charts, and the Threes!-inspired 2048 and Boom Beach in the free charts. Here’s the whole list:

iPhone Paid Games

  1. Minecraft – Pocket Edition
  2. Heads Up!
  3. Plague Inc.
  4. Papa’s Freezeria To Go!
  5. Bridge Constructor
  6. Backflip Madness
  7. Threes!
  8. Bloons TD 5
  9. Cut the Rope 2
  10. NBA JAM by EA SPORTS™

iPhone Free Games

  1. 2048 – The Game
  2. Don’t step the white tile
  3. Smash Hit
  4. Boom Beach
  5. Chaos Fighters
  6. Clash of Clans
  7. Farm Heroes Saga
  8. Unroll Me – unblock the slots
  9. QuizUp™
  10. Little Hand Doctor – kids games

iPad Paid Games

  1. Minecraft – Pocket Edition
  2. Block Iron 3D (original) – Mini Survival FPS Craft & Multiplayer Game
  3. Surgeon Simulator
  4. Skyblock – Survival Game Mission Flying Island
  5. Cut the Rope 2
  6. Survivalcraft
  7. Angry Birds Star Wars II
  8. Hide N Seek : Mini Game With Worldwide Multiplayer
  9. Plants vs. Zombies HD
  10. Bridge Constructor

iPad Free Games

  1. Boom Beach
  2. 2048 – The Game
  3. Smash Hit
  4. Farm Heroes Saga
  5. Star Wars: Assault Team
  6. Frozen Free Fall
  7. Clash of Clans
  8. TinyFly – Flappy Racing – 2 Bird Players Support Edition
  9. Angry Birds Go!
  10. Tiny Fashion Resort – Cute Dress Up, Face Paint Makeup, Little Designer, Toddler Spa & More
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Luke DormehlLuke Dormehl is a UK-based journalist and author, with a background working in documentary film for Channel 4 and the BBC. He is the author of The Formula: How Algorithms Solve All Our Problems, And Create More and The Apple Revolution, both published by Penguin/Random House. His tech writing has also appeared in Wired, Fast Company, Techmeme, and other publications. He'd like you a lot if you followed him on Twitter.

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