One-man company beats Rovio on Android

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Fingersoft announced today that their first game, Hill Climb Racing has been a huge wolrdwide hit.

For comparison it has even surpassed the simultanously released and heavily promoted Rovio game Bad Piggies in popularity.

”Hill Climb Racing has become a phenomenal success on Android platform, topping the overall charts in three countries and game charts in 13 countries, including the USA, UK and Germany.”, said Toni Fingerroos, founder of Fingersoft.

”Due to immense success we have over doubled our resources”, Toni adds with a smile. Currently Fingersoft has two full time developers and a one part time employee.

Hill Climb Racing is a fun and extremely addicting physics based racing game, where player helps Newton Bill to reach the bumpy hills around the world and beyond with his truck. The player controls one of the three available vehicles on the bumpy tracks by gas and brake pedal to make score records and collect coins for car upgrades. The game has received over 120 000 reviews giving it a rating of 4,6 stars out of 5.

Due to immense demand the game has now been released for iOS platform and is available from Apple App Store for the reasonable price of free.

Fingersoft Ltd []is a small start-up founded in 2004 by Toni Fingerroos. The goal of the company is to keep developing fun and enjoyable mobile content while enjoying the development at the same time.

Together with other popular apps, such as Cartoon Camera Fingersoft currently gets over 400 000 average daily downloads, totaling over 50 million downloads all around the world. All applications are available for Android through Google Play and iOS through Apple App Store.