Sensor Tower has kindly agreed to send us exclusive weekly download and revenue charts for the US, China, Japan and the UK. Here’s the data for the week of July 4-10.
Let’s start with US downloads.
Crazylabs has a big hit on its hands with The President, which tops the combined iOS and Google Play charts. Elsewhere there’s a debut for Rolllic’s Arcade Hole at four and Top War breaks into the top ten for the first time at six. Crazylabs also claims ninth with Dig Deep.
It’s pretty static in the US revenue charts with the exception of Bandai Namco’s DBZ Dokkan Battle, which rockets up the charts to number four.
In China, the usual suspects swap places in the revenue charts but in downloads there are three new titles in the top ten. The Wandering Ark (AKA 流浪方舟, a “catapult strategy” game like Monster Strike) is in at the top, Obi Island (AKA 奥比岛：梦想国度, a cutesy life sim / farming game) is new at four and Fingertip Lord (AKA 指尖领主, a puzzle-battle-builder from Tencent) debuts at six.
In the Japanese download charts BTS Island is knocked off the top spot by a surging My Rip-Off BAR 3. Rip-Off is a management game in which you “gather multinational girls and rip off as much as possible from overseas customers,” according to the store description. Albegames’ battler Idle Moon Rabbit is also new at seven.
Japanese revenue charts show Konami’s Pro Baseball Spirits A at the top with Monster Strike tumbling from one to seven. DBZ Dokkan Battle is also back among the top performers, as it is in the US.
It’s another week at the top for Panteon’s Airport Master in the UK download charts, with Homa’s Aquarium Land, Rollic’s Arcade Hole and Lion’s Closet Organiser new at seven, nine and ten respectively.
The UK revenue charts see Clash of Clans dropping from four to nine this week, with State of Survival, Pokémon Go and Homescapes on the rise.