Fusee and Homa’s Merge Master surpasses 100M downloads

The title breaks another milestone after becoming the most downloaded hyper-casual game for Q1 2022.

Istanbul, Turkey-based Fusee has announced that its single-player, hyper-casual title, Merge Master, has reached 100 million total downloads. Homa Games was in charge of publishing duties for the game, as Merge Master went on to top the US Android charts in its opening week.

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Fusee celebrated the success of Merge Master in a LinkedIn post, stating that the team is very excited about what lies ahead in the near future. Homa Games also shared some remarks on the topic:

“Congratulations to Fusee & Homa teams for achieving this milestone. By combining data and expertise to superpower creativity, we’re making better games possible and more hits probable.”

Merge Master is a real-time strategy and battle simulator that is free to play with in-game ad elements. The game’s primary goal is to defeat enemies by combining your warriors or dinosaurs.

The game was initially launched back in February 2022 and became the most downloaded game worldwide in March, with 28.3 million installs. Merge Master then reached another milestone as it went on to become the most downloaded hyper-casual game worldwide for the first quarter of 2022.

Founded in 2009, Fusee first started off as a creative digital advertising company offering visual and creative solutions in digital communications. The company had a portfolio of clients, including Microsoft, HalkGYO, Finans Portfoy, Cookshop, Ulker, and Little Caesars.

Fusee then went on to make popular games, including Funky Caterpillar, Space Snake, Catena, and Hexomino. The company currently has over 120 million downloads across all of its titles.

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