Suika Game on Switch gets customization features as it surpasses 10 million downloads
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Suika Game Surpassed 10 Million Downloads

Aladdin X announced that Suika Game passed 10 million downloads worldwide. The company combined this number from all of the game’s official releases on Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android devices.

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The company made the major milestone announcement while releasing new gameplay skin customization packs for the Nintendo Switch version. The free DLC pack lets the players change the colors of the backgrounds and fruits. Aladdin X also put up paid packs that feature specific background themes, such as evening beach and fireworks festival.

Suika Game has been available on Nintendo Switch since December 2021. However, the game only had its popularity skyrocket in 2023 after Japanese streamers and Vtubers noticed it. The game surpassed even Nintendo’s own Pikmin 4 and The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom to top the annual Japanese Switch download ranking in 2023.

Aladdin X released the official mobile versions of Suika Game on iOS and Android as paid apps in early 2024. The iOS version had grossed almost $2 million in its first three months after release throughout Q1 2024. That fact also contributed to the 10 million download milestone that Suika Game has just reached.

Suika Game is formally available on Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android, and the popIn Aladdin projector.

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