Digital Chocolate Puts Three on Top of This Week’s List of Emerging Facebook Games

Starting about a week ago, Digital Chocolate began blitzing Facebook with new titles. Three of them have appeared on top of this week’s AppData list of emerging Facebook games still under a million monthly active users: Hollywood City, Vegas City and Island God.

Here’s the full list:

Top Gainers This Week – Games
Name MAU Gain Gain,%
1. Hollywood City 651,876 +574,247 +740%
2. Pogo Games 845,948 +311,542 +58%
3. 恐龍王國 916,042 +297,423 +48%
4. Vegas City 364,988 +288,420 +377%
5. Island God 237,104 +234,702 +9,771%
6. Vegas 657,593 +224,788 +52%
7. Bubble Paradise 673,284 +193,882 +40%
8. CSI: Crime City 751,403 +186,258 +33%
9. Shoot-It! 217,117 +161,876 +293%
10. FameTown 265,481 +161,021 +154%
11. באבלס 161,142 +145,061 +902%
12. Game of Truth 148,938 +138,042 +1,267%
13. Prizee Jackpot 546,657 +137,932 +34%
14. Sunny Beach 562,226 +127,699 +29%
15. แฮปปี้เกาะ 240,746 +124,061 +106%
16. Clash of Kingdoms 209,487 +121,541 +138%
17. 龍之刃 299,583 +107,161 +56%
18. 機器人大戰 128,244 +97,702 +320%
19. Fashion Addict 542,884 +89,431 +20%
20. Super Crayon 513,712 +89,311 +21%

Hollywood City and Vegas City are, of course, retreads of Millionaire City, which has been Facebook’s top city-building game for a couple months now. But Island God, which we reviewed near the end of last week, is an original island-building game.

Pogo Games is continuing up the charts as well. This Electronic Arts app, named after one of the company’s older digital groups, is a portal, which isn’t exactly unique on Facebook. However, Pogo does have some exclusive IP like Scrabble to help it gain traction.

Moving down a bit, Vegas appears not so far under Vegas City, and is actually a city-building title as well. It’s easy to see what’s driving Vegas: the game looks great, favorably recalling the best art in Sim City. It’s the first title listed for developer Vitamin Games.

The other brand-new title to catch our eye this week also brings Digital Chocolate’s latest efforts to mind: FameTown, which sets players in a Hollywood game with its roots in text-based RPGs. However, the Diversion, Inc game is a significant evolution on that theme, and well worth checking out.