Every week, sister iOS site FingerGaming
rounds up the top-grossing iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad games, as current that day in the U.S. iTunes App Store, and this chart is now available on Gamasutra.
This week's U.S. revenue charts see Smurfs' Village
and Zombie Farm
earning top iPhone and iPod Touch sales, while Angry Birds Seasons HD
and Last Temple HD
emerge as big sellers on the iPad.
These charts allow end users to see who is making the most money on the App Store that day. It differs significantly from the Top 10 game sales chart, which is dominated by lower-priced titles that sell more copies.
Data comes courtesy of Apple's public sales information. All titles in the App Store's "Games" category are considered in chart rankings.
This week's top-grossing iPhone and iPod Touch games are:
1. Angry Birds
2. Smurfs' Village
3. Zombie Farm
4. Tap Zoo
5. Call of Duty: Zombies
6. Angry Birds Seasons
7. Fruit Ninja
8. Bop It!
9. Zombie Cafe
10. Dead Space
A Valentine's Day-themed update puts Capcom's Smurfs' Village
behind Rovio's reigning Angry Birds
at second place in today's iPhone charts. Playforge's Zombie Farm
also reports a boost in microtransaction revenue this week, overtaking Pocket Gems' Tap Zoo
for third place.
EA's Dead Space
falls to tenth place after finishing third in last week's charts, meanwhile, as the company's recently launched iOS adaptation of Bop It!
manages to claim eighth place in its debut week.
Here are this weeks top-grossing iPad games:
1. Angry Birds HD
2. Angry Birds Seasons HD
3. Cut the Rope HD
4. Last Temple HD
5. Fruit Ninja HD
7. Scrabble for iPad
8. Reckless Racing HD
9. Dead Space for iPad
10. Pictureka! for iPad
Angry Birds Seasons HD
returns to the iPad's top ten following the recent addition of Valentine's Day content. The core Angry Birds HD
app continues to lead overall sales, as newcomer Last Temple HD
from Ganymede rivals Chillingo's Cut the Rope HD
at fourth place.
EA's Reckless Racing HD
return to the iPad charts after being discounted to 99 cents each, while Dead Space
sees a significant drop in popularity, landing at ninth place after taking second last week.