The top of the Android charts were once again dominated by apps we’ve seen in previous weeks, namely DeNA’s card-battle game Rage of Bahamut, which refuses to budge from the No. 1 spot in the list of top grossing chart. At a recent event held in San Francisco, Mobage showed us its upcoming lineup of games, many of which, not surprisingly, aim to capitalize on the Rage of Bahamut formula by applying its gameplay to a more Western-friendly intellectual property.
The other point of interest this week is Amazing Alex, which dropped from the No. 4 spot to the No. 25 spot on the top paid Android apps chart.
This Week’s top grossing Android apps
Mystery Manor — Closing off our list this week’s top grossing Android apps is Game Insight International’s Mystery Manor, a hidden object and puzzle game featuring hand-drawn graphics and regular content updates. The game was last updated on July 27 with minor tweaks and additional sports-themed content. Mystery Manor was installed more than 500,000 times since it was first released.