Krashlander, a popular game for Windows phones, has garnered one million ad impressions within one month of launch.
It is a unique Windows Phone 7(WP7) game unlike those that are ported from iPhone or Android and appear pixelated because they have not been made specifically for WP7.
Krashlander has a paid version, which costs, $1.29 (Rs 60), but the performance of the free version has been extremely good as well, as a result of which there are doubts that it might be negatively affecting the earnings of the paid version.
The game uses the laws of physics to give the gamers a real-life feeling. For motions it has a side scroller. The game character wears a crash suit and skis, and his goal is to knock down the robots that stand on the game screen. If the character misses the robot, he crash lands on the slopes.
Users can refer to the available tutorial to learn more. The game, which was launched this February, has fifteen levels and one new level is added every month.
Krashlander stands at the 14th position among Windows’ games and at 29th position among its apps.