Disney’s Where’s My Perry? has been performing strongly since its debut, and this week was no exception, as the game took the No. 1 spot on both the iPhone and iPad charts this week. It dethrones Robots and Pencils’ Spy vs Spy which drops to the No. 2 spot on the paid iPhone apps chart and the No. 3 spot on the paid iPad apps chart.
The most significant movement this week took place further down the iPad chart with games like MTV Network’s Nick Jr Draw & Play HD which climbed 44 spots to take the No. 22 spot and Apple’s official presentation app Keynote which climbed 14 spots to take the No. 19 spot.
This week also marks the first time we’ve seen Rovio’s Amazing Alex place outside of the top 25 position on the paid app chart since it was released last month. The game’s iPhone version was the No. 26 paid iPhone app, while the iPad version dropped all the way down to the No. 32 spot.
This week’s top paid iPhone apps
This week’s top paid iPad apps
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