news\ Feb 20, 2013 at 4:30 pm

Draw Something hits 100 million downloads

Draw Something

Draw Something exploded in popularity when it launched early last year, and now the Pictionary-like app has reached 100 million downloads.

Zynga confirmed that 190 million countries are playing the game in 13 languages, writing on its blog, "... if you added up the total time played across all of our players it’s equivalent to spending 28,000 years drawing."

The social-games company also released an infographic, which you can view here.

This news comes after reports last year that Draw Something — made by developer OmgPop and acquired by Zynga — had significantly dropped in its player count only months after release.

At the time, though, it achieved 50 downloads in less than two months, making it the fastest-growing original mobile title — one that overtook Angry Birds Space for the top paid spot on the App Store.

That honor now belongs to Temple Run 2, which accrued 50 million downloads in only 13 days.

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[via CVG]

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