With more than 150 million registered players across its products, German game developer InnoGames achieved a 100 percent increase in U.S. browser game sales and a 500 percent increase on mobile platforms. There are three reasons why: Forge of Empires, Tribal Wars 2, and Elvenar--all on display at E3 2015.
Forge of Empires showcases InnoGames' browser roots, as well as its adept move toward mobile. This award-winning strategy game lets players--currently 25 million worldwide--build their own cities, wage military campaigns, and practice diplomacy.
In Tribal Wars 2 players run their own medieval settlements, with real-time strategy matches where players fight for resources and land. Having reached more than one million players during its six-week beta, and with availability for iOS, Android, and web browsers, Tribal Wars 2 is poised to rival its popular predecessor.
Completing the InnoGames triumvirate is multiplayer city-builder Elvenar. Recently released, this browser-based strategic fantasy game lets players choose between Elven or Human, then develop unique empires through trading and fighting.
InnoGames is supporting these titles with television spots on channels like Comedy Central, ESPN, and Fox Network, while the company continues to demonstrate positive momentum through active recruitment efforts and by opening its new mobile studio in Düsseldorf, Germany.