Mobile and social games developer Gameloft earned consolidated sales of €57.7 million ($77.7 million) during the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2012, with total sales for 2012 reaching €208.3 million ($280.7 million), the company reported today.
Gameloft sales through the fourth quarter of 2012 saw a 23 percent increase from the same period in 2011, the company citing the launch of recent mobile titles including Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, as well as the success of back catalogue such as The Amazing Spider-Man, Asphalt 7: Heat and Order & Chaos Online, for the positive growth. Sales on mobile devices grew by 66 percent during the quarter, up 41 percent from the same period last year.
For the full fiscal year 2012, consolidated sales reached €208.3 million ($280.7 million), a 27 percent increase from 2011. Of the company's total sales, 31 percent came from North American sales, while European territories earned 27 percent of sales, Latin American countries 20 percent, and Asian-Pacific territories 22 percent.
Among Gameloft's most popular recent releases are N.O.V.A. 3, the third installment of its mobile FPS series N.O.V.A, and Android and iOS versions of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, an arcade minigame title based on the television cartoon of the same name.
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