What you need to know
- Minion Rush has been downloaded a billion times across all platforms.
- The game was released on June 10, 2013.
Popular endless runner Minion Rush has passed quite the milestone, with Gameloft announcing that the title has been downloaded one billion times. In fact, by the time you read this, it'll be even more.
That one billion number comes from iOS and Android, not to mention some other "supported devices," but it's still quite the milestone and one that puts the game into very exclusive company.
Gameloft says that 90 trillion bananas have been collected and more than 216 billion miles covered as gamers spent 3.4 billion hours in-game.
Beginning today, Gameloft is celebrating the milestone with a new event for gamers to enjoy.
You can get involved by downloading Minion Rush from the App Store right now. It's free, so why not? Make sure you check out our list of the best gaming chairs so you can kick back and relax while playing. You didn't think those chairs were only for PC gamers, did you?
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